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Texas ISD School Guide
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English schools in the USA and Canada

Ontario - Toronto (downtown)
School:ACEit Secondary School

Welcome to ACEit Secondary School,, an independent University Preparatory High School, located in downtown Toronto at a busy major intersection in close proximity to the St. Clair subway station and public library.

Students attending ACEit will find a friendly atmosphere and small classes that allow for personal attention from instructors, which increase the students’ probability of success.

The varied curriculum addresses the needs of learners from Canada and abroad. It includes courses geared toward the business and technology sectors. Year-round registration reduces waiting times to enter courses and leads to expedient credit acquisitions.

ACEit utilizes the trimester system ( September, January and April are the starting months).

A summer school program is conducted throughout July, ending mid-August.Obtaining the necessary credits at ACEit enables a student to apply for admission to colleges and universities in Canada and the US.

Our School Goals:
ACEit has established objectives to ensure that each student has the maximum opportunity to learn. The achievement of these objectives depends upon the shared responsibilities of students, teachers, and parents.
■ To provide the tradition of excellence in academics and personal growth
■ To develop a feeling of self-worth through accomplishments, discipline and respect for oneself and others
■ To encourage self-motivation so that students take a responsible role in their own education
■ To create a positive learning environment through shared responsibility of teachers, students and parents
■ To prepare students for the world of work by developing productivity, punctuality and pride in work

Our students are expected to develop their potential as individuals and to become contributing, responsible members of society, who will think clearly, feel deeply, and act wisely.

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