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- 56200Average Cost
Merrick Preparatory School provides a world class education for grade 9, 10, 11 and 12 students wishing to gain entry into the finest universities in North America and abroad. School has a 100% university acceptance rate and over 30% of graduates receive scholarships exceeding $5,000.
Merrick Preparatory School inspires students to reach beyond their grasp. Naturally curious, the school engages students to be inquisitive. School instill courage to face adversity, compassion to be globally minded and a sense of responsibility to be community oriented. Actively acquiring excellent academic and English language skills, graduates are courageous, compassionate, global citizens ready to enter world ranked English-speaking universities.
Through challenge, adversity and in overcoming, students develop self-confidence, resilience and independence; and from this the courage to venture into the unknown.
This is an informal interview that is 15-20 minutes in length and is an opportunity for the school to learn more about students and for students to learn more about Merrick Preparatory School. Interviews can be conducted in person, over the telephone, via Skype, WhatsApp, WeChat, C’Me, FaceTime, Zoom, or any other medium that is convenient.
The school requires report cards for the current in-progress academic year, along with the final report card from grade 8 if applying to grade 9; grade 9 if applying to grade 10; grade 9 and 10 if applying to grade 11; grade 9, 10, 11 if applying to grade 12; grade 9, 10, 11, 12 if applying to the University Qualification Year.
Applicants must submit a 300-word personal profile in their own handwriting outlining their academic goals and interests, extracurricular activities, community involvement, and areas of distinction.
The Confidential Reference must be completed by the applicant’s Principal or English teacher and submitted directly to Merrick Preparatory School.
This is a 30-minute timed English language test.
Merrick offers scholarships on a case-by-case basis. Scholarships are evaluated after the full application is received by Scholarship Committee.