About Peel District School Board
In PDSB, students in grades 7 to 12 tailor can customize their education to their individual strengths, goals and interests. Part of this strategy involves small class sizes so students can continue to get the attention they need to succeed. Also, students will have every opportunity to improve their use of English. Canada is recognized around the globe as a leader in ESL education. Students will be integrated with Canadian students and will take classes with Canadian students. This allows international students to practice their spoken and written English daily. They will also spend a portion of their day with other international students and a teacher trained to help international students learn academic-level English.
Students who attend Peel Schools for International Students can earn an Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD), which is recognized internationally. They can take academic or applied level courses to prepare for college or university. PDSB partnerships with the University of Toronto Mississauga and Sheridan College helps students prepare for their post-secondary studies, whether they decide to stay in Canada or continue their education elsewhere.
Peel District School Board host six schools for international students that are in Mississauga and Brampton. Both Mississauga and Brampton have a vibrant cultural environment and celebrates their diversity in the schools. This encourages cultural immersion and exchange, shaping international students into cultural ambassadors with a greater understanding of the world. PDSB schools has a warm and welcoming environment for all students where its differences are recognized, celebrated and understood.
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