Address

2850 John Street

Markham, Ontario

Canada L3R 2W4

Contact

Email: info@pac-edu.com

Phone: +1 (905) 470 6666 

               (416) 499 9888

Fax: +1 (416) 223 7886

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PAC Education System

Our certified, experience teachers at PAC are responsible for:

  • Identifying students' individual learning needs

  • Planning and delivering instruction based on student learning needs and special needs

  • Providing a stimulating learning environment in which each student can experience growth and develop his or her potential

  • Helping students acquire appropriate knowledge, skills and attitudes

 

Our classes vary in size and are made up of students who represent a broad range of abilities, interests, needs and diversities. Our teachers will use various instructional techniques to engage student interest and maximize individual learning within a group teaching environment.

PAC Teachers

Princeton Academy of Canada has a dedicated team of caring, highly trained, qualified and experienced teachers and school staff. All teachers are certified with the Ontario College of Teachers, many with Master and Doctorate degrees. Teachers at Princeton Academy of Canada teach beyond the course material and help students understand all concepts through learning in a variety of methods and techniques. Students will be taught how to learn on their own and how to understand the material.

 
School Year and Semester Structure

Princeton Academy of Canada takes full advantage of the education system in Ontario. PAC adopts the semester-system, with three semesters and two summer sessions in each school year. There are Fall Semester (September to December), Winter Semester (January to April), Spring Semester (April to June) and Summer Sessions (July and August). Students with a good academic foundation can complete the university preparatory courses (minimum six Grade 12 courses) within six and a half months. This effectively saves time for students to get into college/university earlier than is common in the public school system.