Secondary School (Grades 9 – 12)
A Place To Excel
Maple Leaf offers more. More opportunities to gain independence. More chances to learn how to support yourself and others. To find – and to be yourself.
No matter what path you take, be prepared to realize your passions. Maybe you find that you’re zealous about protecting the environment, helping underprivileged youth or creating sculptures. You may discover that getting lost inside a character you’re playing in drama class, a poem you’re writing or in an after school basketball game – is one of the best ways to find out who you really are.
Maple Leaf offers a selection of Advanced Placement (AP) courses – AP classes require the type of high-level calculating and critical thinking that students will encounter in their first year of college. It allows students to leap further ahead into university, and gain an opportunity to figure out their strengths, what inspires them and where their true talents lie.
Connect With Your Mentors
At Maple Leaf, our teachers care about their students, they serve as trusted advisors, they help analyse every step and celebrate every success. The best part? Students interact with them in a variety of environments – classrooms, practices, games and house initiatives, which means they build relationships with teachers that are complex, even profound.
Express, Refine, Revise. Envision. Take Risks. Critique. Interpret.
In Maple Leaf’s innovative arts program, students are expected to take risks, make huge strides and surprise themselves. They can develop story-telling skills by improvising with fellow students. Undergo vocal and movement exercises to improve and refine their skills. Explore through song; create original compositions. Learn conventions of dramatic action. Create imaginary worlds. Gain technical mastery and develop independence in thought and action. And realize that there are so many ways to represent what is within them.