How to Apply

De La Salle College strives for a diverse student population and hopes to attract young men and women with excellent academic skills; interest in a variety of co-curricular experiences; and the potential to contribute to the school community with a positive attitude. Entrance to De La Salle College is competitive and an early application is recommended. The following information relates to the total numbers of spaces available for the 2017-2018 academic year:

  • 20-25 students will be admitted to grade 5
  • 20 students will be admitted to grade 6
  • 25 students will be admitted to grade 7
  • 50-60 students will be admitted to grade 9

Should you wish your child to apply for a position in grades 8, 10-12, the College will review applications on a case-by-case basis. Please contact the Admissions Office for more details.

Grade 5 & 6

Step 1: Complete the Online Application Form
-the application form can be found by clicking here
-a non-refundable application fee of $100.00 must accompany
each online application
All online applications are due by December 9, 2016
Step 2: Submit Supplementary Documentation
-upload your child's June 2015 and June 2016 FINAL report cards
to the online application
-when available, upload your child's Fall 2016 progress report
to the online application
-upload a copy of your child's most recent standardized test
results (i.e. CAT, CCAT, EQAO)
**Note: you can submit the online application without these documents, however they are still required in order to book an interview date**

Interviews will only be scheduled once both FINAL report cards and Student Profile have been received by the Admissions Office.
All additional documentation must be submitted to complete the overall application.

Step 3: Student Profile & Letter of Reference
-please have your child's current teacher or principal complete the Student Profile Form, which you can download
here. The Student Profile must be emailed or mailed directly to Ms. Berta Carreco by the teacher, or in person in a sealed envelope
-a Letter of Reference for your child is also required and can be composed by either a teacher, principal, coach, mentor, or
religious figurehead, which can be emailed/mailed to the school ahead of time or submitted in person at the time of the scheduled interview

-please email documents to
bcarreco@delasalle.ca OR mail it directly to the De La Salle Admissions Office at:
131 Farnham Avenue
Toronto, Ontario
M4V 1H7

Interviews will only be scheduled once both FINAL report cards and Student Profile have been received by the Admissions Office.
All additional documentation must be submitted to complete the overall application.

Step 4: Entrance Exam
-the mandatory entrance exam will be conducted at De La Salle College
-a $35.00 processing fee will be added to your online application
-sample questions for the exam will be emailed to all candidates in January

The Entrance Exam will be held on February 4, 2017 at De La Salle College "Oaklands"
Step 5: Interview
-interviews are conducted Monday-Friday between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m.
-your child can prepare an answer to one of two questions from the Student Questions (available here) to discuss during their interview
Based on submission of online application and supplementary documents received by the
Admissions Office, you will be contacted to schedule an interview between October and February
Step 6: Admission Status Notification
-families will be notified of their child's offer admission, wait-list status or decline of admission by email

Families will be notified by email on February 22, 2017

Grade 7 & 9

Step 1: Complete the Online Application Form
-the application form can be found by clicking here
-a non-refundable application fee of $100.00 must accompany each online application
All online applications are due by
December 9, 2016
Step 2: Submit Supplementary Documentation
-upload your child's June 2015 and June 2016 FINAL report
cards to the online application
-when available, upload your child's Fall 2016 progress report
to the online application
-upload a copy of your child's most recent standardized test results (i.e. CAT, CCAT, EQAO)
**Note: you can submit the online application without these documents, however they are still required in order to book an interview date**

Interviews will only be scheduled once both FINAL report cards and Student Profile have been received by the Admissions Office.
All additional documentation must be submitted to complete the overall application.

Step 3: Student Profile & Letter of Reference
-please have your child's current teacher or principal complete the Student Profile Form, which you can download
here.
The Student Profile must be emailed or mailed directly to Ms. Berta Carreco by the teacher, or in person in a sealed envelope
-a Letter of Reference for your child is also required and can be composed by either a teacher, principal, coach, mentor, or religious figurehead, which can be emailed/mailed to the school ahead of time or submitted in person at the time of the
scheduled interview

-please email documents to
bcarreco@delasalle.ca OR mail it directly to the De La Salle Admissions Office at:
131 Farnham Avenue
Toronto, Ontario
M4V 1H7

Interviews will only be scheduled once both FINAL report cards and Student Profile have been received by the Admissions Office.
All additional documentation must be submitted to complete the overall application.

Step 4: SSAT (Secondary School Admissions Test)
-Please visit the SSAT website here for test dates and registration information
-Students can write the test anywhere, however De La Salle College will host a Standard Test Administration on Saturday, November 12, 2016
-Please ensure your child's results are forwarded to De La Salle College
(ID code #2789)

It is recommended that students
write the SSAT between September, 2016 and January 14, 2017
to be considered for the 2017/2018 academic year.

Step 5: Interview
-interviews are conducted Monday-Friday between 9 a.m. and
3 p.m.
-your child can prepare an answer to one of two questions from the Student Questions (available here) to discuss during their interview
Based on submission of online
application and supplementary
documents received by the Admissions Office, you will be contacted to schedule an interview between October and February
Step 6: Admission Status Notification
-families will be notified of their child's offer admission, wait-list status or decline of admission by email

Families will be notified by email on February 22, 2017

Grade 8, 10-12

Step 1: Complete the Online Application Form
-the application form can be found by clicking here
-a non-refundable application fee of $100.00 must accompany each online application
All online applications are due by
December 9, 2016
Step 2: Submit Supplementary Documentation
-upload your child's June 2015 and June 2016 FINAL report cards to the online application
-when available, upload your child's Fall 2016 progress report to the online application
-upload a copy of your child's most recent standardized test results (i.e. CAT, CCAT, EQAO)
**Note: you can submit the online application without these documents, however they are still needed in order to book an interview date**

Interviews will only be scheduled once both FINAL report cards and Student Profile have been received by the Admissions Office.
All additional documentation must be submitted to complete the overall application.

Step 3: Student Profile & Letter of Reference
-please have your child's current teacher or principal complete the Student Profile Form, which you can download
here. The Student Profile must be emailed
or mailed directly to Ms. Berta Carreco by the teacher,
or in person in a sealed envelope
-a Letter of Reference for your child is also required and can be composed by either a teacher, principal, coach, mentor, or religious figurehead, which can be emailed/mailed to the school ahead of time or submitted in person at the time of the scheduled interview

-please email documents to
bcarreco@delasalle.ca OR mail it directly to the De La Salle Admissions Office at:
131 Farnham Avenue
Toronto, Ontario
M4V 1H7

Interviews will only be scheduled once both FINAL report cards and Student Profile have been received by the Admissions Office.
All additional documentation must be submitted to complete the overall application.

Step 4: Writing Sample
-please submit one writing sample to the online application
-the writing sample should be a piece of work that has been marked by your child's current teacher
Interviews will only be scheduled

once the writing sample has been
received by the Admissions Office

Step 4: Interview & Writing Sample
-interviews are conducted Monday-Friday between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m.
-your child can prepare an answer to one of two questions from the Student Questions (available here) to discuss during their interview
Based on submission of online application and supplementary documents received by the Admissions Office, you will be contacted to schedule an interview between October and February
Step 5: Admission Status Notification
-applications for non-entry grades will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis
Families will be notified throughout the spring based on availability per grade


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