At North View Collegiate School, our Pre-University program is not just a stepping stone; it’s a launchpad. Our dedicated educators and counselors provide unwavering support, guiding you through the university application process and helping you chart your course for the future.
As you immerse yourself in this program, you’ll be part of a vibrant community of learners, driven by the pursuit of knowledge and personal development.
We offer a wide array of extracurricular activities, clubs, and sports, allowing students to engage, connect, and grow outside of their academic pursuits.
Join us in the Pre-University program, where your aspirations become achievements, and your dreams become reality.
This course delves deep into the realms of pre-calculus and calculus, laying a strong mathematical foundation for university-level studies. Students will explore topics such as functions, limits, derivatives, and integrals, preparing them for various STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) fields.
In these courses, students engage in advanced studies in physics, chemistry, and biology. They delve into complex concepts, conduct laboratory experiments, and develop critical thinking skills. These courses are essential for students pursuing degrees in the natural sciences or healthcare professions.
Pre-University humanities and social sciences courses provide an in-depth exploration of history, political science, psychology, and related fields. Students analyze historical events, political systems, and human behavior, honing their research and analytical abilities.
These courses focus on literature analysis, creative writing, and literary criticism. Students explore classic and contemporary literature, develop their writing skills, and engage in thoughtful discussions. These courses are ideal for aspiring writers, journalists, or English majors.
Pre-University language courses offer the opportunity to study foreign languages or delve into linguistics. Students can enhance their language proficiency or explore the intricacies of language structures and communication.
In these courses, students delve into economic principles, business management, finance, and entrepreneurship. They gain insights into global markets and develop essential skills for pursuing careers in economics or business.
Philosophy and ethics courses encourage students to engage in deep philosophical discussions and ethical dilemmas. They explore moral theories, philosophical inquiries, and critical thinking, which are valuable in a wide range of academic pursuits.
Pre-University computer science courses focus on programming languages, algorithms, and software development. Students learn to code, develop applications, and understand the principles of computer science, preparing them for tech-related degrees.
These courses provide a platform for students to express their creativity through visual arts, music, theater, or other forms of artistic expression. They encourage artistic exploration and help students refine their artistic skills..
These courses offer guidance on career exploration, college application processes, and essential life skills. Students learn about potential career paths, receive support with college applications, and develop skills necessary for independent living..