Amairah Private School (APS) is an Independent Private School that offers curriculum-based education from Grades 7 to 12 that includes a variety of credit, pre-credit or non-credit programs. We provide a warm, caring, stimulating and challenging environment in which our students learn and develop.
Enrolling at APS ensures a consistent level of support and service; from individual care and attention, small class sizes, and a broad range of extra-curricular activities. We pride ourselves on providing exceptional private school education to students throughout Ontario.
Amairah Private School offers the following programs:
Junior High – Grades 7 and 8 (Full Day Program)
APS offers a nurturing and encouraging environment where student’s skills are valued and embellished to achieve more success. Students are prepared to have an edge over their peers and feel more confident for high school.
- Small class size
- Individualized attention
- More time spent on learning courses
- Foundation for high school built
- Flexible daily schedule from 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM
High School – Grades 9 – 12 (Full-Time / Part-Time Credit Programs)
APS is authorized to grant high school credits from Grades 9 -12. We make sure that we follow all the specific curriculum expectations for all the courses so that the students are perfectly prepared for their future learning including University and College. We are a continuous intake school hence we have ongoing registrations. We offer a highly flexible schedule that caters the need of all the students including morning, evening, after school, weekend batches and summer school programs. We make sure our class size is small to provide individual attention to all the students. We also provide fast track batches to finish the course in less time by increasing the class duration. We make learning easier by providing expert handouts following all the curriculum expectations rather than following textbooks. We ensure our students experience a great learning journey at APS.
APS provides excellent tutoring to the students of Grade KG – 12. The objective of APS tutoring is to make the student’s basic foundation solid and prepare them for future endeavors. We have an 8-year tutoring experience and all our students have shown guaranteed improvement.
Our main goal of tutoring is to build students’ solid foundation in the respective course they take with us along with preparing them for good grades in school. Our tutoring services start at $100/month and we have various packages to suit individual needs. We provide a 100% satisfaction guarantee and result improvement. We provide a flexible schedule for tutoring after school as we are open both weekdays and weekends. Our student: teacher ratio is no more than 5:1. We also provide 1:1 tutoring at competitive prices. No matter which program you enroll in it is always individualized attention.
Why Choose APS Tutoring?
- We provide homework completion and assistance in all the subjects including English, Science, Math, Functions, Advanced Functions, Calculus Vectors, History, Geography, Physics, Chemistry, Biology and more
- Our tutoring services are available morning, evening and weekends
- We provide best EQAO preparation for grade 3, 6 & 9
- We ensure Small Groups/Individualized Attention
- We provide extra practice worksheets
- We ensure student’s basic Math skills improved through different learning methods
- We provide free* trial class
- Our teachers are very experienced and nurturing and customize learning according to individual student’s requirements
- We give 100% improvement guarantee
Why Choose APS For High School Credits?
Fast Track Programs
Affordable Fee Structure
APS ensures that every student gets the maximum opportunity to learn and learning is customized to meet each student’s specific requirements. The school believes in providing excellence in academic and personal growth.
The school has the following goals:
Following are the policies for APS:
APS expects students to be responsible and keep their attendance up to date because it is critical for students learning and achievement of the course expectations. Students are required to attend school until the age of 18 or graduate.
- Specific Procedures for addressing absenteeism: Students’ frequent absences would jeopardize their successful completion of a course. A student can have a maximum of 5 absences in a class semester for which the students must make up time on an hour-for-hour basis that will be arranged at the discretion of the principal, based upon the individual needs and resources of the school. If students leave early from a class four times that will be counted as one absence. Parents will be notified of the behaviors of students to remind them of the school’s attendance policy.
- Specific procedures for addressing lateness: Teachers will take attendance in the first 30 minutes of each class which will be considered as official. A student is not allowed to enter the class if he/she is late more than 15 minutes in which case student would be required to submit a late note including the date, reason and parent’s or guardian’s signature to excuse his/her absence.
In case of a valid reason (which would be decided by the principal), the absence or lateness of the student will be excused. In order to be granted a credit, a student must meet the criterion of demonstrating that he/she has met the expectations of the course. Once a student registered more than 20 hours of absences from a course the student may be denied the opportunity to complete the course.
Policies on Missing or Being Late for Tests, Exams, or Assignments. A student’s grade in a course is determined based on the student demonstrating the degree to which he/she meets the curriculum expectations of the course. Attendance and punctuality are paramount with regards to Tests and Exams as is the prompt meeting of assignment deadlines. Lateness or Absence for Tests, and Late or Missing assignments can adversely affect the student’s assessments and evaluations. Students with legitimate reasons for a missing test, exam, or being late or having missed assignments, must submit appropriate documentation to support their claim. Students who have undocumented absences at the time of tests, assignments, exams or other evaluations may not have a makeup opportunity and may be graded zero on the evaluation. In case of emergency, students may request a waiver of the attendance requirement which should be submitted a week before the evaluation. Granting or denying the request for waiver will be decided by the principal after determining if a student’s reason and documentation for missing a test, exam, or submitting late or missing assignments are legitimate. In case of denial, the student will not be allowed the opportunity to make up the evaluation time. If the request is accepted the evaluation will be rescheduled to a mutually agreed upon time.
Assessment and Evaluation Policy
Students are responsible to be regular and punctual in terms of classes and attendance. In case students are missing classes their final evaluation will get affected. Also, students are responsible to be honest in terms of their academic work. Any kind of wrong behavior is strictly unacceptable including physical, verbal, sexual or psychological abuse; discrimination on the basis of race, religion, culture, language, gender or other attribute; bullying.
It is the student’s responsibility to submit all the assignments by the due date. If the assignment is a group assignment, then the consequences of not submitting the assignment will impact on the member of the group who did not contribute their portion of the assignment. It will be up to the teacher if the part that is missing is acceptable after the due date and what the impact will be on the final mark for that student.
It is the student’s responsibility to:
- Be regular
- Be punctual in attendance
- Refrain from bringing anything to school that may compromise the safety of others
- Take responsibility for their actions
- Follow the school policy
- Be honest in their work and submit their original work. Plagiarism (intentionally or unintentionally using another person’s word, ideas and presenting s theirs) is strictly unacceptable.
It is the parent’s responsibility to:
- Communicate regularly with school
- Show interest in their child’s school work
- Ensure that their child is regular and punctual
- Follow the school’s code of conduct
- Report their child’s absences and late attendance
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