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International Students

Step 1: Download and complete these three forms:

Note: Include a copy of the student application's last year and current report card/transcripts (translated into English).

When completed, send to:

Mail To:
Académie Ste-Cécile International School (ASCIS)
925 Cousineau Rd, Windsor ON, Canada N9G 1V8



* Upon receipt and review of above forms by Académie Ste-Cécile International School, you will be notified in writing if your application has or has not been accepted.

Step 2: Download and complete these five forms:

Once these forms are completed fax the forms and a copy of the bank draft / electronic transfer to: ADMISSIONS OFFICE: 519-969-7953

AND Forward completed forms and copy of bank draft / electronic transfer by courier or express mail to:

Académie Ste Cécile International School (ASCIS)
925 Cousineau Rd, Windsor ON, Canada N9G 1V8


(i) a bank draft made payable to the order of “Académie Ste. Cécile International School”
(ii) Electronically transferred funds to our bank:

TD Canada Trust, 156 Ouellette Avenue, Windsor, ON N9A 1A4

Institution Number: 004
Transit Branch Number:  38802

Account Number:  524-2611

Swift Code (International):  TDOMCATTTOR

ABA Routing (United States of America):  026009593

* Please be sure to include the student’s name on all transfers. In the case of electronic transfers, parents are responsible for all domestic and international service charges incurred.

This money will be held in trust to the credit of the student. Once a Student Authorization and a Visa are granted to the student applicant, no part of any amount paid to the school will be refunded. If a Student Authorization and a Visa are not granted to the student applicant, then, all amounts except for the application fee will be refunded.
If the school does not accept your application, you will be encouraged to re-apply at a later date. The application fee will not be refunded.

*If your application has been accepted, you will receive a notification from our admissions office which will include the school fee’s invoice.

Step 3: Upon receipt and review of STAGE 2 documents and the required payment has been received and deposited the following documents will be processed and forwarded by courier:

a. Confirmation of acceptance

b. Confirmation of Residence

c. Custodianship Letters

Complete Visa Arrangements

This must be done prior to your arrival in Canada. Take all ASCIS documentation to the Canadian Consulate General Office located nearest to you. At the Canadian Consulate General Office you will ask for an  application for a STUDENT AUTHORIZATION AND VISA.  This must be completed in order to study in Canada and Academie Ste Cecile International School. You are responsible for all fees and expenses incurred in this process.

Please Notify the Admissions Office of ASCIS once you have your STUDENT AUTHORIZATION AND VISA.

Now it’s time to make your travel arrangements!

* PLEASE NOTE: No part of any amount paid to the school will be refunded once a STUDENT AUTHORIZATION & VISA  are granted to the student applicant. If a STUDENT AUTHORIZATION and VISA are NOT granted to the student applicant, all amounts (excluding the application fee will be refunded).

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Day School

Step 1: Complete these two forms:

- Include a copy of the student applicant’s birth certificate.
- Also include a copy of the student applicant’s previous year’s (or most current available) report card.
- (For high school students) Please include a transcript of all recorded high school grades.

- Please submit the Application Fee ($300 CAD, non-refundable)*

- Please submit the Tuition Deposit ($300 CAD, refundable ONLY if a student is not accepted for enrolment)**

Each application must be accompanied by a payment totalling $600 ($300 non-refundable Application Fee and $300 Tuition Deposit).


* Once ASCIS accepts a student for enrolment, no part of any amount paid to the school will be refunded.

** Once the student has been accepted by ASCIS, the Tuition Deposit also becomes non-refundable.

Step 2: Once the application has been received and reviewed, a written decision will be issued.

Upon receipt of the “Registration Package”, you will have ten days to submit all forms and payments. If your application is accepted, you will receive a “Registration Package”.  The listed items below are not available online.  They will be included in your registration package.


In order to maintain the priority of your application and to avoid any processing delay and/or late fee, the student and parents must complete the following:

1. Please read the Student Manual.
2. Please fill out the following: Parental & Student Agreement, Medical Form, OSR Requisition Form
3. Please include:  A copy of the student applicant’s birth certificate, Payment of Fees and **Tuition cheque(s)according to the chosen Payment Plan


Boarding School

Académie Ste-Cécile International School welcomes boarding students from all over the world.

The Académie Ste-Cécile International School campus has two major dormitories, one each for girls and boys, which are securely located on separate floors of our main building. The rooms are designed for single occupancy and provide access to shared bathrooms and showers. Each dorm room is furnished with a wash basin, a single bed, a dresser, a desk, shelving, a locker and closet space.

Académie Ste-Cécile International School boarders have access to our dining hall, where they can enjoy a balanced diet prepared on-campus in our five-star kitchen. Laundry and housekeeping services are provided on a weekly basis.

Under the direction of the Principal of the Boarding School and our staff of Supervisors, students learn to live and work together productively in a comfortable atmosphere. Our boarding students’ “home away from home” is organized, clean, cozy and safe. Life in the ASCIS community is in constant motion, alive with activity.

Boarding students may be found working on their laptops, reading an assignment for the next day’s class or simply singing or playing the guitar with a friend.

In this structured environment, after daily study hall, our boarders may engage in activities in the gymnasium, games room,  or tennis and basketball courts.  There are also comfortable indoor and outdoor areas for relaxation.

As another component of residential life, ASCIS students have diverse opportunities for travel, sightseeing and participating in local cultural activities, such as plays, musicals and the arts. ASCIS boarders can also participate in several seasonal events unique to the Windsor-Essex region.


A day in the life of an Académie Ste-Cécile boarder:

A typical day for a boarder begins at 7:00 a.m. with a rousing version of the William Tell Overture. After dressing, our boarders head down to the dining hall for a nutritious breakfast.

Class begins at 8:18 a.m. By the time class has ended for the day at 3:30 p.m., the boarders are likely ready to let off some steam. To this end, the boarders often go for a bike ride, either with their own bikes or bikes supplied by the school. The boarders might also enjoy playing a few games of pool, ping pong or air hockey in our games room. Of course, this is also the time at which school teams practice; many boarders play an integral part in campus sporting life at Académie Ste-Cécile.

The hours after school also provide time for our boarders to go out for a walk and discover various landmarks of our tranquil South Windsor neighbourhood. Popular destinations include restaurants, the gym, which are within walking distance. Devonshire Mall is also popular, and a weekly school bus transports students to and from the Mall on Fridays and Saturdays. Transport is also provided on those occasions when boarders need to go farther afield – perhaps for private music lessons or a doctor’s appointment.

At 6:00 p.m., Dining Hall begins. At this time, all announcements concerning boarding life are made. The food at dinner is fantastic, and there is always enough for a second helping.

At 7:00 p.m., supervised study hall begins.At this time, students are divided into groups of fewer than 20, and teaching staff is present to assist the boarders with any homework-related concerns. Study hall ends at 9:00 p.m., at which time the boarders, having worked up an appetite, are usually ready for a snack in the dining hall. At this time, the boarders are also free to use the games room, go for a walk or even just socialize with each other until 10:15 p.m., when it is time to retire to their dorm floors.

As the day winds down, the boarders can relax and visit with their floormates. When the clock strikes 11 p.m., they retire to their bedrooms and dream about the next day ahead.

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