- 1Grade 8 Information Evening for Grade 8 students and their parents was held on TUESDAY NOVEMBER 28th 2017. Our application period is NOW CLOSED. Late applicants will be assessed on a case by case basis. We can not guarantee admission for late applicants.
- 2 Students whose HOME SECONDARY SCHOOL is in Cambridge MUST apply to GPSS.
- 4APPLICATION PROCEDURE
- 5WHAT ARE THE QUALITIES OF AN IB STUDENT?
Grade 8 Information Evening for Grade 8 students and their parents was held on TUESDAY NOVEMBER 28th 2017. Our application period is NOW CLOSED. Late applicants will be assessed on a case by case basis. We can not guarantee admission for late applicants.
Students whose HOME SECONDARY SCHOOL is in Cambridge MUST apply to GPSS.
Please contact the IB co-ordinator if you need information about admissions. Late applications will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis, and put on a wait list.
WHY IB? A spokesperson from the University of British Columbia tells you why HERE.
Here is the presentation that we do for grade 8 students at their WRDSB schools: Grade 8 IB Presentation October 2017
Here is the presentation we made at MacGregor on October 25: Magnet Program Presentation October 2017
Here is a link to the presentation that was done at Cameron Heights on November 28, 2017: Cameron Heights IB Programme
The application period for current grade 8 WRDSB students opens in November 2017. If your home high school is in Cambridge, you must apply to IB at Glenview Park. If you are a student from outside of the WRDSB, you may submit your application directly to CHCI. Please submit the following:
- IB Application (link below)
- Course Selection Form (link below)
- Teacher Commentary Form (link below)
- Application fee (non-refundable)
- Late applications will be reviewed on a case by case basis.
IB Application 2018-2019 School Year — There is a $50 application fee (non-refundable).
Please Note: The $50 application fee is due with the submission of the IB Application package, by January 15, 2018. Application Fees are non-refundable. More detailed information regarding fees for Grade 8 students can be found below. Fees are subject to change each year and have not yet been updated.
GR9 IB Course Selection Form 18-19 — Please KEEP A COPY FOR YOURSELF!
IB Teacher Commentary Form — Teacher Commentary Form must be completed by one of your Grade 8 Teachers.
IB Fees for FULL DIPLOMA – Incoming Grade 8 Students September — Fees are approximate and are subject to change.
(Students Graduating in June 2022)
|8||With Application – January||$50 (non-refundable)|
|9||September -gr 9||$200|
|10||May – gr 9||$200|
|11||May – gr 10||$1100|
|12||May 2020 – gr 11||$1100|
|Total Fees Collected||$2650|
Application Phase (November 20th to January 15th; please submit as early as possible)
Students applying to the International Baccalaureate Programme must complete and return the IB Application Form and the Grade 9 Course Selection Form to their elementary school counsellor. The elementary school will attach the confidential Teacher Commentary Form and the student’s most recent mark report* to the application and notify the Cameron Heights Counselling Department (Nazim Ramzan, Head of Counselling) of each student’s intention. By January 15th, CHCI (Head of Counselling) will have received the following documents: the IB Application Form, the Grade 9 Course Selection Form, the confidential Teacher Commentary Form and the student’s most recent mark report. In addition, a $50.00 non-refundable application fee (cash or cheque payable to Cameron Heights) must be included at the time of submission. Application fees will be refunded ONLY to students who are not given an offer of admission.
* Grade 8 students will be asked to submit their FINAL Grade 7 report card with their applications.
Notification of Acceptance (January 30)
An IB Admissions Committee will review each application and grant acceptance to those students who qualify in terms of academic record and past performance. These students will be notified of their acceptance into the program by letter (Email or Canada Post), which will be sent in late January/early February, and successful applicants will be offered a seat in the program.
Confirmation (February 5)
Students must confirm their seat in the IB Programme by returning the offer to CHCI by email, fax or Canada Post, and by notifying their elementary home school by February 5th. As per the WRDSB System Memo: ES 052, Students who do not communicate their intention by the deadline will automatically be declined admission to the programme.
Students new to the region and the WRDSB may submit applications after the deadline, for review on a case by case basis. We can not guarantee admission for late applicants.
If you have questions, please contact Julie Neeb at email@example.com
WHAT ARE THE QUALITIES OF AN IB STUDENT?
The Learner Profile is at the centre of the IB Diploma Programme. This video illustrates the qualities that IB students have and will continue to grow and develop as they participate in the programme.
Are you ready to become an IB Student at Cameron Heights? Ask yourself this question and use the checklist to help you find the answer!
Here are the answers to some frequently asked questions that Parents have about IB: Parents’ FAQ about IB.
The goal of the IB Programme at Cameron Heights is to provide education for a better world. We hope that watching this video will inspire you to join our quest.