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Conditions of Participation IES
Conditions of Participation
All parents, custodians and students must agree and adhere to the following conditions of admission and continuing enrolment:
  • International students must comply with all York Region District School Board policies and the Student Code of BehaviourFailure to follow school policy or to comply with the conditions of the study permit (make progress toward completing the program) as stated by Immigration, Refugees & Citizenship Canada (IRCC) will result in withdrawal from the program. 

  • Providing false medical information or non disclosure of medical conditions or prescription medications may result in withdrawal from the program, and the student returned home to be in the care of parents.

  • International students must have achieved an academic average of 65% and must maintain this average while attending school in order to be eligible for admission renewal.

  • International students must attend school regularly. Any pattern of unauthorized absences or patterns of poor attendance may result in withdrawal from the program.

  • Secondary students must maintain a full-time timetable (minimum of three (3) courses per semester).

  • Students must have a custodian assigned for the entire period of study, regardless of age.

  • Students must reside in a home environment, supervised by an adult who is over age 25, throughout the period of study regardless of age.

No refunds will be granted if students are demitted for any of the above reasons.

  • Students may not take a course outside of YRDSB to obtain a credit unless:

    • That course is not offered in their school;

    • It cannot be accommodated on their timetable;

    • The course is pre-approved by the YRDSB.

  • Students must notify the Admissions Office of the York Region District School Board of a change of custodian and provide photocopies of updated custodian declaration forms.

  • International students are not eligible to participate in special programs such as Special Education, the French Immersion Program, the International Baccalaureate Program, the Sports Program at Bill Crothers Secondary School, the Arts Unionville Program, and any regional arts, sports and music programs. All in-school programs are open to them.

  • Any student who will reach 18 years of age while participating in the program must provide consent to share information with their parent/custodian by signing a Consent for Information Sharing - Students at the Age of Majority Form and submitting the form to International Education Services by email at:, and providing a copy to the main office of their school.

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