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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Freedom High School’s courses are available to all students, whether they live in Ontario, other parts of Canada, or any other country.
For students who are taking one or more courses at FHS while attending full time at another Ontario high school, a midterm and final report card is issued for all students according to the course schedule and are communicated with the student's home school.
For students who wish to take all their courses online with FHS, an Ontario Student Record (OSR) request will be sent to student's last home-school requesting for a transfer of their Ontario Student Record. For all students who are under 18 years of age, the consent of parents/guardian is required for all academic decisions.

International students that are not physically in Canada can enroll in courses at FHS without having a valid study permit. Upon our accreditation, FHS will be able to grant OSSD credits towards the student’s Ontario high school diploma.

FHS supports all learners including English Language Learners (ELL) and students with an Individual Education Plan (IEP).

Our fee for each course is $399.

There are no additional mandatory fees for your courses. All of the resources required to complete your course are included.

For courses that include a proctored final exam, FHS uses the ProctorU online proctoring service to monitor the student’s exam and ensure that our exam guidelines are being followed. The cost of the online proctor service is included in your course fee. Students must request exam date change 72 hours prior to exam. Failure to comply will result in a cancellation fee to reschedule the online exam proctoring. The rescheduled exam will not be available until the cancellation fee has been paid.

Each course is designed to have 110 instructional hours with a breakdown detailed in each course outline. FHS requires students to complete each course within 6 months of the start date, after which time the student will be unenrolled. Students have the freedom to choose the pace at which they complete the course.
Students must log in at least 3 times per week to be considered “present” and must do so until they have completed the course.
Students may extend their course by one month for $50 and by six months for $150

A prerequisite course is one that a student must complete before taking the next level of the subject. Prerequisite requirements are listed in each course’s outline in accordance with Ministry of Education policy.
Students will need to provide evidence of having the prerequisite when they register for the course (if the student has not taken the prerequisite at FHS). Access to the course will not be granted until the student provides appropriate supporting documentation. If a student has taken a similar course, the student may request a prerequisite waiver by completing our Prerequisite Waiver Form.

FHS has Ontario Certified Teachers for all of our courses. Students can communicate with teachers directly through our online learning platform to ask questions. Teachers will also make themselves available for live sessions, upon request, in which students can use virtual collaboration tools such as a digital whiteboard.

FHS includes free 24/7 online tutoring for all of our courses. Students can conveniently access the online tutors directly within their course pages. Online tutoring will not be available during a proctored final exam.

Our registration is open all year round, students can register for their courses and start anytime.

Student register online through FHS’s website by:
1. Selecting their courses.
2. Completing the payment for the course fees.
3. Entering the information in the online registration form.
Students will typically receive their login credentials by email within 48 hours of a successful registration.

Yes, students from other provinces or countries can take courses at Freedom High School. Upon completion of the course, FHS will provide a final report card. Students from other countries do not require a study permit to take courses at FHS if they are not physically in Canada

FHS does not issue refunds once the registration process has been completed. Our administrative team will have already completed many steps including creating the student’s account in our technology systems and registering student information with the Ministry of Education. We expect that students take their education seriously and have made a firm decision to take our courses.
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About Freedom High School
Freedom High School (FHS) was founded to give students the opportunity to earn an Ontario Secondary School Diploma (considered to be among the best high school curriculums in the world), without having to leave their home country or province. We believe that great education should not be limited by physical, financial, or social factors. Our goal is to give as many students as possible the access to affordable, high quality education.

Studying online doesn’t mean that students are studying alone. Our Ontario Certified Teachers are always available to assist students and work with them live through video chat and instant messaging. FHS also provides live online tutoring 24/7 with every course at no extra cost. Through our advanced online learning environment, we strive to create an online community where students engage with one another just like a traditional classroom.

By obtaining an Ontario Secondary School Diploma through Freedom High School, students can apply directly to universities in North America.
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