Conseil des écoles publiques de l’Est de l’Ontario is located in Canada’s secure, beautiful and bilingual capital: Ottawa. Our classes are taught in French while many activities and services in the region are in French and in English. Our students receive a certificate of bilingualism along with the Ontario Secondary School Diploma which is recognized worldwide.
For you, it means that after one year with us, you’ll have significantly improved your skills in French and English, two of the most frequently used languages in the world. Imagine the wealth of opportunities…
Our teachers and our dedicated well-being officer are available to help you in your new environment, succeed in your studies, make new friends and participate in enriching activities to make your experience unforgettable.
A large variety of programs are open for international students (conditions apply):
During the school year, you will enjoy the security and care of a Canadian family selected by our partners, the Canada Homestay Network and CAS.
Program Established: 2013
Programs Offered: Full Year, 1 Semester, 3 months
Specialized Programs: International Baccalaureate (IB) ®, Fine Arts, Sports, Environment, Health
Language(s) of Study: French
Total number of schools: 43
High schools for international students: 5
Total Students: 16,500
Total International Students: 35
International Students Accepted for Grades: k -12
Nearest Airport: Ottawa International Airport
Ottawa, the capital of Canada, is a bilingual city where both official languages are spoken: French and English. Studying in any of the five schools at your disposal will allow you to acquire a solid understanding of both languages.
During the school year the student lives with a Canadian homestay family. A private room, three meals a day and access to the home’s facilities are provided. The student will enjoy the security and care of life with a Canadian family.
CEPEO’s schools offer a great variety of clubs, extra curricular activities, sports, arts, music, Model UN, and more.
Our well-being officer organizes monthly outings for the international students so that they get to know each other better, and visit interesting places in the Ottawa area and discover more about the Canadian culture.
International students really enjoy the multicultural reality in our schools, and they take full advantage of the bilingual environment of Ottawa to improve their French and English skills.
Entrance Dates: Late August and late January
Application Deadlines: May 31 & November 30
Application Fee: $300
Full Year Tuition Fee: $15,000
1 Semester Tuition Fee: $7,500
Annual Homestay Placement Fee: $500 (refundable deposit)
Homestay Monthly Fee: $1,200 – $1,400 (Homestay fees must be paid directly to Canada Homestay Network / Canadian Accommodation Services)
Annual Health Insurance Fee: $550
Annual Custodianship Fee: included as is airport pick up and drop off
All funds are in Canadian dollars
General Inquiries Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mailing Address: 2445 St-Laurent Boulevard
Postal Code: K1G 6C3
Phone: 613-742-8960 ex 2163
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