School Fees

School Fees

CEPEO Fees – 2018-2019

Grades 9 to 12

Academic Fees 3 months (1) One Semester (1) Two Semester (1)
File Analysis and Setup
CDN $300
Standard Tuition Fee for the regular academic program
Four courses per semester
CDN $4,200 CDN $7,000 CDN $14,000
French Language Proficiency Bursary (2) CDN $-300 CDN $-500 CDN $-1,000
Medical insurance CDN $180 CDN $300 CDN $550

(1) Additional fees for uniforms (Louis-Riel School only) : CDN $300 to CDN $600
Tuition fee above does not include additional fees incurred by any specialized program or extra-curricular activities.

(2) The bursary is remitted to the student who demonstrates, upon his/her arrival at school, that he/she has attained a B1 level or higher in French, according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

Homestay Fees

Grades 9 to 12

3 months (1) One Semester (1) Two Semesters (1)
Registration, homestay allowance, custodianship registration and monitoring, airport pickup & return and bank fees CDN $4,357 CDN $6,259 CDN $11,384
Refundable Security Deposit CDN $0 CDN $500 CDN $500

(1) Note : Please add an extra CDN $100 per month for students in grades 7 and 8.

Standard fees represent the regular “Homestay Period,” as follows:

First semester: August 25 to January 31
> Second semester: January 25 to June 30
> Full Year: August 25 to June 30

Any extra nights outside of these dates will incur additional fees of CDN $37 per night to be invoiced in advance where possible or deducted from the Refundable Security Deposit if necessary.

Prices as of June 2017 – Subject to change

Are you interested in our program?

  • In my home country, everything is small and compact, and here it is huge. There are big sports clubs, people have t-shirts with the name of their school and teachers are very nice. If you have a problem, you can go see them.

    Adèle, Grade 12 student
  • The cultural diversity that I found here is great! I did not know that Canada had plenty of people from everywhere, and the Canadian community is different than my country’s. It is very different. I love it!

    Kenzo, Grade 12 student
  • Ottawa is a very safe city. I can take the bus and go where I want without any problem.

    Belinda, Grade 11 student
  • I think I am going to have fun here; I am going to adapt and have a good education.

    Mac Fred, Grade 11 student
  • Choose this program to learn new things, new cultures; to meet a lot of people from all over the world, it's great!

    Adèle, Grade 12 student

Our partners

Canadian Association of Public Schools - International Ontario Association of School Districs International ÉduCanada Canada Homestay Network