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Out-of-Province High School

If you are applying from a Canadian province outside of Ontario you must meet admission requirements specific to your province. At Brescia, offers are extended to out-of-province high school students with a minimum final average of 79.5%. Competitive programs may require higher final averages.

Students are encouraged to contact the Admissions Office to confirm their eligibility for admission as an out-of-province high school applicant.

Province/Territory Required Courses
Alberta, Northwest Territories, and Nunavut English 30-1 plus the next best four acceptable academic courses numbered 30, 30-1, or 31.
British Columbia and Yukon Territory English 12 plus the next best four acceptable academic courses numbered 12.
Manitoba English 40 plus the next best four acceptable academic courses numbered 40 or 45.
New Brunswick English 121 or 122 plus the next best four acceptable academic courses at the Grade 12 level.
Newfoundland and Labrador One of Language 3101 or Labg. Stud. 3104 and one of Literature 3201 OR Lit. Her. 3202 plus the next acceptable thirteen credits at the Grade 12 level numbered 3000 or above.
Nova Scotia English 12 plus the next best four acceptable academic courses at the Grade 12 level.
Prince Edward Island English 621 plus the next best four acceptable academic courses at the Grade 12 level.
Quebec: Bishop’s College School and Lower Canada College Six academic courses at the Grade 12 level including English.
Quebec: Stanstead College Six academic courses numbered 600 including English.
Quebec: CEGEP Students in pre-university program: minimum of twelve academic semester credits excluding Physical Education used for consideration to first year university. Minimum average in high 70s is required.
Saskatchewan English A 30 and B 30 plus the next best three acceptable academic courses at the grade 12 level.

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