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According to the requirement from Ministry of Education, all the students must complete a minimum of 40 hours community service. Due to the language barrier and lack of the social networking, it is not easy for international students to fulfill such requirements on their own. Concord College of Canada has established profound relationship with a number of organizations over the years, helping students to accomplish the hours, which will improve their social skills and also fulfilling requirements to complete secondary school diploma.
Healthy mind can be found only in a healthy body. Sports help shaping active and positive personalities of the youth. Concord has assigned with couches of different sports, like golf, jockey, skating, and has maintained good cooperative relationships with sports clubs. Students are able to choose a sport according to their interests. The school will take care of the transportation between the school and the clubs.
We provide a variety of after-school activities, including basketball, soccer, table tennis, badminton and swimming. Arts clubs are divided into visual art, drama and music. Concord College of Canada has a professional musical studio providing courses both in western and eastern music. Our music bands currently hold over 200 students. Students are encouraged to attend the after-school club based on their interests. The music band students have chances to perform with professional music artists.
Orientation & Tours
Throughout the orientation and the study period, tours to Canadian cultural and historical sites will be organized to help students learn about the profound history of Canada. We will also be taking a tour to the top universities to show students the actual school environment and giving students a chance to talk to the university students as it will assist students with choosing the optimal university.
To engage in Canadian culture, we will also arrange field trips to the famous museums in downtown Toronto. This will improve students’ abilities in cross-cultural communications and understanding, and help them fit in the Canadian society and school life.
To cultivate the students’ positive and helpful attitude towards others, our college will organize the volunteer activities on a regular basis. By helping people in need, they will experience different lives, strengthen their social skills, learn to look at the world from a different aspect and form an overall attitude towards life and themselves.
Student Council and Clubs
Student council members are elected to represent the new students. Every student is entitled to form a student club. Once the promotion is approved, they can select their own club members and organize activities. This reflects students’ leadership abilities, which plays an important role during university admission.