Unlock the prestige of Canadian high school graduation with VES School, where your achievements are recognized worldwide, regardless of where your learning journey takes you.

VES School stands as a prestigious virtual gateway to the acclaimed educational frameworks of Metropolitan Preparatory Academy (MPA) and Century Private School. With exclusive ties to these distinguished Canadian campuses and our Global Branch Campus network, we offer students around the globe the chance to engage with the high educational standards recognized in Canada. Utilizing advanced technology and interactive platforms, VES School delivers a wide array of online courses compliant with the rigorous standards of the Ontario Ministry of Education. Beyond academic excellence, our offerings include adaptable scheduling, personalized support, and diverse extracurricular activities, enriching the virtual learning journey.

We warmly invite potential students to discover what makes VES School unique. For more details or to become part of our dynamic virtual learning community, please reach out to us. Join us and become part of our growing global family of learners, enjoying the privilege of being recognized as a Canadian high school graduate, no matter where you complete your studies.

Accredited Curriculum

We are an accredited Canadian high school.

Gain access to a high-quality education with programs accredited by reputable educational bodies, ensuring your qualifications are recognized globally.

Flexible Learning Options

Four Flexible Paths to Achieve Your OSSD

  1. Study at Main Campuses in Canada
  2. International Branch Campus Model
  3. Guided Study Model
  4. Fully Online Self-Study Model

Cutting-Edge Technology

Powerful LMS, SIS, and CRM system

Utilize the latest educational technologies and digital platforms that enhance the learning experience, making it interactive, engaging, and effective.

Diverse Course Offerings

Tailored Learning Paths

Explore a wide range of courses across various disciplines, allowing you to tailor your education to your interests, career goals, and academic needs.

Powerful Global Network

Join Our Global Educational Community

Become part of an international community of students and educators, providing opportunities for cultural exchange, networking, and collaboration on a global scale.

Expert Guidance

Personalized Support

Receive specialized assistance from our global campus experts, including tutoring, career counseling, and academic advising, to ensure you have the comprehensive support and resources necessary for success.”

Experience Education Excellence: Main Campuses in Canada

CPS LOWER SCHOOL – Grades 1 to 8

MPA UPPER SCHOOL – Grades 9 to 12

HIGH SCHOOL Diploma Requirements

If you are just starting high school or if you began high school after September 1, 1999, and wish to earn your OSSD, you must:

  1. Complete 18 compulsory credits
  2. Complete 12 elective credits
  3. Minimum 40 hours community involvement
  4. Literacy Requirement
  • 4 credits in English (1 credit per grade) 
  • 3 credits in mathematics (at least 1 credit in grade 11 or 12)
  • 2 credits in science
  • 1 credit in Canadian history
  • 1 credit in Canadian geography
  • 1 credit in the arts
  • 1 credit in health and physical education
  • 1 credit in French as a second language
  • 0.5 credit in career studies
  • 0.5 credit in civics

One credit from each of the following Group 1

  • English
  • French as a second language
  • a native language
  • a classical or an international language
  • social sciences and the humanities
  • Canadian and world studies
  • Native studies
  • guidance and career education
  • cooperative education

One credit from each of the following Group 2

  • health and physical education
  • the arts
  • business studies
  • French as a second language
  • cooperative education

One credit from each of the following Group 3

  • science (Grade 11 or 12)
  • technological education
  • French as a second language
  • computer studies
  • cooperative education

Complete 12 elective credits of your choice

Every student must complete a minimum of 40 hours of community involvement activities as one of the requirements for an Ontario Secondary School Diploma

Meet the Secondary School Literacy Graduation Requirement

The Literacy Requirement is based on the reading and writing expectations in the Ontario curriculum up to the end of Grade 9 and ensures students have the reading and writing skills to be successful in school, at work, and in daily life. The Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test (OSSLT) is the standard means for meeting the Literacy Requirement.

Students who pass the Ontario Secondary School Literacy Course (OSSLC) are also considered to have met the Literacy Requirement.

  1. To meet individual student needs, principals may replace up to 3 of the 18 compulsory credits from the remainder of those that meet the compulsory credit requirements (substitutions).
  2. English as a second language and English literacy development: A maximum of 3 credits may be used to meet requirements for English compulsory credits.
  3. French as a second language: A maximum of 2 credits may be used to meet the additional compulsory credit requirement (1 credit from Group 1, and 1 credit from either Group 2 or 3).
  4. Cooperative education: A maximum of 2 credits may be used to meet the additional compulsory credit requirement (from any of Groups 1, 2 or 3).

If students are currently enrolled in their school outside of Canada and wish to earn an additional Canadian High School Diploma, then students need to complete the following recommended courses.

Science-related programs

Life Science, Nursing, Biomedical Science, Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Earth Sciences, and more



Total 10 credits

Business-related programs

Business Administration, Finance, Marketing, Human Resource Management, Project Management, International Business, Accounting, and more



Total 8 credits

ARTS-related programs

Creative and Visual Arts, English, Political Science, Psychology, Theater Arts, Linguistics, Music, Mass Communication, Law, and more



Total 8 credits