Lakehead Public Schools is the largest public school board in Northwestern Ontario. Lakehead Public Schools educates, encourages, and supports students to develop a passion for learning, to set high personal standards, and to become active community and global citizens. Every student is provided with equal opportunities to learn in safe schools with innovative programming and quality educators.
To share the excellence of Lakehead Public Schools with the world, and to help create global connections and expanded career pathways for all students.
We provide our international students with high quality, English education, based on Ontario Curriculum, in a globally connected, authentic Canadian small city setting
What we offer:
International Baccalaureate (IB)
Advanced Placement (AP)
Specialist High Skills Major Programs
Program Established: 2016
Programs Offered: Full year, 1 Semester, Short term (0-4 months), Online summer credits
Language(s) of Study: English and French Immersion
Total number of schools: 3 secondary schools (roughly 1000 students in each) & 24 elementary schools
Secondary schools for international students: 3
Total international students: 35-50
International students accepted for grades: K-12
Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada
Airport: Thunder Bay International Airport
On the shores Lake Superior and nestled within the boreal forest and Canadian Shield, Thunder Bay is where upscale city life meets epic outdoor adventures. Regarded as the Gateway to Northwestern Ontario, here you can explore the nearly 150,000 lakes and rivers, climb to one of the highest points in the province, experience Canada’s longest zip-line, and sail on the world’s largest freshwater lake. People come from all over the world to indulge in Thunder Bay’s beautiful landscapes, cultural culinary delights, and superior educational and professional opportunities.
Thunder Bay has a history of welcoming newcomers and enfolding them into our community. The city is modern, dynamic and forward-thinking that puts an emphasis on being the best it can be through ongoing investments in infrastructure, culture and the economy. With a beautiful waterfront, modern downtown and vibrant restaurants and bars, Thunder Bay has become a destination for people from all walks of life.
Entrance Dates: September & February
Application Deadlines: May 31st, October 31st
Application Fee: $300
Tuition: $13,400 (short term pro-rated)
Health insurance: $600
MLI Homestay Fee * subject to change: $10,300
All funds are in Canadian Dollars
Lakehead Public Schools International
2135 Sills Street
Thunder Bay, Ontario P7E 5T2