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Students of Rotman graduate with Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) and be well-prepared for higher education at any institutions in Canada, the USA, Europe, or anywhere else in the world.


Academic courses are taught concurrently with arts courses of the student’s choice. A high level of mentorship and engagement in the academic learning and artistic training process provides the optimal environment for students to acquire essential life skills.

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As our High school curriculum follows the Ontario Curriculum, please visit the official website of Ontario Ministry of Education at Curriculum and Resources for more details.

Based on the students’ aspirations and career choices, they will be instructed to choose proper subjects and follow a well tailor-made curriculum to further support their entrance to higher education.

As Ontario Secondary School Program is a credit-based system, students will have to meet the following certain requirements to achieve the OSSD.

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At Rotman school, a typical school for high school students starts around 8:30-9:00 AM and ends around 3:00-3:30 PM. Students have a mix of academic classes in subjects like math, science, English, and social studies, as well as optional arts, music, physical education, and technical classes. There are breaks for lunch and short recesses throughout the day. After the final school bell, students may participate in extracurricular activities, sports, or clubs before heading home. The blended academic and arts/technical education aims to develop students' talents and prepare them for higher education and careers after graduation.


Rotman school offers various scholarships based on academic merit,
talents, and regional residency. All students are encouraged to apply.

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