Mr. P. Fife
Email | Biography
Ms. E. Foo
Assistant for Intl. Students
Monday-Thursday, 3:00-4:45 pm
Students will have the opportunity to get extra one-on-one or small group help directly from their classroom teachers. Our tutorial program generally runs after schools, but teachers can usually be found at lunch or before school if circumstances warrant it. Tutorials are mandatory if requested by a parent or the teacher; students can also voluntarily seek out help during the tutorial time.
Teachers can provide extra lessons or practice on topics, and can review tests and assignments with students if necessary.
IELTS/TOEFL: Students must achieve a minimum score of 6.5 on IELTS in order to study at a Canadian university. Students practice speaking, reading, writing, and listening during tutorial and study hall time.
Led by Ms. MacDonald and Ms. Foo
SAT/ACT: Students looking to study at an American university must take one of these standardized tests. Students take practice tests and receive instruction in all four aspects of the test (grammar, math, reading, and science).
Led by Mr. Fife and Ms. Smakhtina
OSSLT: The Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test is written by all grade 10 and incoming students on March 27, 2019. Students begin heavy preparation during semester two with help sessions provided during tutorials and study hall time, as well as over March Break.
Led by Ms. MacDonald
Tuesday/Thursday, 7:00-9:00 pm
Study hall is a compulsory time reserved for students to complete their homework, either through quiet independent work, small group work, or with homework help from a peer tutor or staff member.
Students may earn community service hours by working with classmates or younger students in a particular subject area.
Students may also complete standardized test prep for any of the tests described above. A large focus of study hall is extra English instruction, especially for the IELTS test.
Led by Mr. Fife and Ms. Foo
1 (888) 286-8096
1 (289) 362-1388
Canada is a developed country and one of the wealthiest in the world. Its culture draws influences from its broad range of constituent nationalities, and policies that promote multiculturalism are constitutionally protected. Therefore, students from different countries have equal rights and with the government funding, no wonder Canada ranks among the highest in international measurements of Education.
Our food services staff follows the government guideline and offers a variety of healthy, balanced meals using International food menu to meet the needs of our students.
For good Health, other than clean and fresh air, students’ activities will include downhill ski, skates, hockey, soccer, basketball and baseball games and festivals.
Our admissions team will guide you through the application process, on a one to one basis, answer your questions and assist you in making the transition to RICC an easy one.