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Maximum Age Limit for high school

Discussion in 'Education' started by Paro, Oct 20, 2010.

  1. Hi guys,

    can someone tell me the maximum age limit for high school in Toronto. My daughter is of 17 years of age and she has done O levels.

    Dr. Paro
     
  2. According to my calculations, kids in Ontario would be starting 12th grade in the calendar year they turn 17 but kids who have a birthday late in the year or have had problems at school may have been held back a year so surely there are kids there who are older.

    The only thing I could find on the web about it was this question on yahoo answers: http://ca.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20100819054559AAgMDr4
     
  3. Guys! Does anyone knows how is the real maximum age for a Universities. I mean maximum, despite there is no official and universities claim they accept students even on hundred years....

    I am 36 and started to think I'm too old for the university. I already received refusal once this year from one UN. Now I'm applying to other UN and don't know what to expect.
     
  4. There no maximum age to start university
    I know some people who are 65 yo and up and study there.
    Just apply :)
     
  5. There's always High School for Adults, don't worry. They call it "Continuing Education"

    Check this...

    http://www.tdsb.on.ca/scripts/indexresult.asp?schooltype=coned
    http://www.tdsb.on.ca/_site/ViewItem.asp?siteid=200&menuid=983&pageid=721
     
  6. Hi,
    I am a new member of forum. Would a newcomer be warmly welcome here? Good day you guys!!!
     
  7. Yes, with cookies and honey :)
     
  8. some institute dont minssioned the age limitation, in every age you can get admission, but some of them giving time to get admission, but i think the limit is not legal
     
  9. There is no such thing as max age for University or College in North America, this is North America, not Asia, India or China or any asian countries where is there are caps to age in Universities.

    There are also adult education for those who have not completed high school or who did not have any qualifying high school results to enter college or universities. Those who do not have, can take adult education, GED adult education to complete the requirements to enter college or universities.
     

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