Earn a Canadian High School Diploma and obtain additional global opportunities for your post-secondary education.

If your goal is to earn a Canadian high school diploma, an academic assessment of your application must be done before choosing courses, please visit ENROLLMENT  STEP #1 to start your application.

If you wish to check your transfer-credits, then please apply for the PLAR Exam. According to your current official academic records, VES admission team will arrange the exam.


Complete these steps to get started and move towards your chosen goals. Note that you will only choose courses after we have confirmed your application.

Register and create your account - Enrollment Step #1

$200 CAD (One-time Enrollment Fee) and $100 CAD (Prior Learning Assessment Fee) - Enrollment Step #2

Click the link here: New Student Application Form - Enrollment Step #3

Recent Photo, Academic Record or Transcripts, Copy of passport or Government-issued photo ID

A VES admission officer will review your academic record (if applicable); and recommend which courses you need to take to earn your high school diploma.

Now, you are officially registered at VES CANADA for the Canadian High School Diploma program. Please check your email for a response with further instructions approximately 1 week after uploading and submitting your supporting documentation.

Visit our global branch campus and meet a guidance counselor for academic advice.

Once your application is confirmed, log in to the VES Portal and choose your courses.


You will choose courses after your application is accepted.

(Prices may vary based on information provided at check-out. Please be advised all fees and payments are non-refundable.)

Setting up/transferring the Ontario Student Record (OSR)
Assigning an Ontario Education Number (OEN)
Issuing the Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD)
Applying to post-secondary institutions

*SETTLEMENT FEE INCLUDES – One-stop service for students who wish to transfer to the main campus in Canada – airport pickup, temporary guardianship, homestay arrangement, orientation for the bank, cell phone setup, public transportation-related information.