Claremont Virtual School : NEW

Our tailored curriculum for grades 1 – 8 is now available virtually to students Canada-wide and internationally. We provide intense remediation of language, writing and math skills for:

 

  • Students seeking reading support
  • Students seeking writing support
  • Students seeking math support
  • ESL or ELL Students

What Claremont’s Virtual School Will Look Like

  • Language and Math classes will be taught live, with an Orton-Gillingham certified teacher in small groups of students per virtual classroom 
  • Students will attend the classes during school hours, Monday to Friday with opportunities for independent work and group participation. 
  • Virtual school includes weekly feedback to parents, progress reports and three report cards. 

Full-time

  • Mornings: small group Language and Math in the morning
  • Afternoons: classes focus on a trans-disciplinary approach to Science, Social Studies, Geography, Art and Music
  • Days: Monday to Friday
  • Hours: 9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m., including recesses and lunch

Part-time

  • A part-time option is available for Language and Math 
  • Small group class size 
  • Days: Monday to Friday
  • Hours: 9:00 a.m. – 12 p.m., including one recess

Tuition Fees: 

Part-time Language and Math

Small Group: $8,000/term

Total Payable: $22,000 (including $4,000 deposit and $500 Materials Fee*)
. There is no HST to be paid on school fees.

Next Step: Apply for an Interview 

Apply for an interview by completing the Interview Request Form accompanied with a non-refundable fee of $350 payable to Claremont Educational Services, Inc.


This application is not a guarantee of acceptance to our school. The application process will determine whether our school can offer an appropriate program for your child.


Frequently Asked Questions

  1. What is the class size?
    Language and Math classes range between 3 – 10
  2. Who will be in my child’s class?
    Students are grouped according to age and skill level.
  3. How will my child be evaluated?
    Students are evaluated through criterion-based and standardized testing.
  4. Who are the teachers?
    Teachers are certified Orton-Gillingham teachers, members of the Ontario Teachers
    College and/or experts in their field of instruction.
  5. What curriculum do you follow?
    The Language curriculum is an Orton-Gillingham based program created for our school.
    We teach phoneme-grapheme correspondence, phonics, grammar, syntax, and morphology.
    Writing instruction includes sentence structure, paragraph and essay writing. Creative and
    Expository Writing is taught.
    Math curriculum follows the Orton-Gillingham Approach. All strands are taught with an
    emphasis on Number Sense and Numeracy.
    Other strands are: Patterning, Algebra, Geometry, Measurement and Real-life application.Afternoon subjects include: Science, Social Studies, The Arts, Physical Education and Music.
  6. Can students switch from online to in-person?
    Yes, if there is space in the classroom. In-person learning is not guaranteed. To switch to an in-person classroom, social and academic factors are taken into account.
  7. Can students switch from in-person to online learning?
    Yes, if there is space in the virtual classroom. To switch to an
    online virtual classroom, academic factors are taken into account.
  8. How do I communicate with my child’s teacher?
    You can communicate via school email or online platform where work is posted.
  9. How will my child submit work?
    Work is uploaded to our online platform or performed in real time.
  10. How do I apply?
    Click here to register for an interview or Contact Us.

“Neil is a different boy from a year ago, not only because his reading is starting to come along, but because he is enjoying school and, once again, believes he can learn and succeed. Honestly, the Claremont School has been a god-send for Neil.”

 

—Gail Armstrong, Toronto, ON

Our mission is to teach students with dyslexia, so that they may fulfill their considerable potential and gain the skills and self-confidence needed for academic success.

 

—Evelyn Reiss

A warm and exceptional teacher, Evelyn provided a wonderful overview of the Orton-Gillingham approach in her Associate Level course. I consider it a privilege to have been her student.

 

—Avital (Tali) Kellerstein, Speech-Language Pathologist, Toronto, ON

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Claremont School

70 Silver Birch Avenue
Toronto, ON  M4E 3K9
Phone: 416-778-6336

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