About Braemar College
Welcome to Braemar College
Braemar College introduces itself: " Founded in 1995, Braemar College is Toronto’s leading private high school and postsecondary pathway provider. We are located on the St. George Campus of the University of Toronto. We offer grades 9 to 12, with our graduates receiving the Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD). Our programs are designed to ensure students realize their academic, personal and social potential. We put our students first" .
Braemar College has five annual intakes, September, November, February, April and July.
Principal: Virgenia Lemieux
Braemar College is located in a heritage property on the southern fringe of the St. George Campus of the University of Toronto. The building was erected in two phases: the primary phase in the 1880s and the final step in 1914. The older southern portion is four stories, and the northern portion, five stories. The construction was designed in Tutor revival style, of which many examples are dotting the street.
University of Toronto
University of Waterloo
Summer school is a 6-week course (7 weeks of homestay) for international high school learners who wish to have a short-term academic high school study experience in Canada. Conditional students may receive up to 2 high school credits during the summer school. In addition, students may extend their high school study into the September intake.
Braemar College prepares a detailed study plan, either charting a new academic route or continuing the pathway the student is already on.
Braemar College students benefit from exclusive Braemar-only entry scholarships to some of Canada’s top universities.
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