We recognize that you play a vital role in shaping your son or daughter’s future. As you are researching the next step in their education, here are a few points you may wish to consider. This website is designed specifically for Secondary IV and Secondary V students preparing for CEGEP. You are most welcome to browse and discover our tradition of supporting students in and out of the classroom and helping them get into their university of first choice.
When your son or daughter chooses Marianopolis, they join a student-centered community providing a unique combination of academic rigour, personalized support and vibrant student life. They will be surrounded by caring experts and motivated young people who are ready to pursue academic excellence, become self-directed lifelong learners and make positive contributions to their communities and the world, to quote our mission statement.
To help your son or daughter prepare for college, the most important step is to visit the schools you they are considering. Ultimately, you want the best fit. We invite you to visit Marianopolis throughout the year and get familiar with our college. Here are some opportunities:
- Our Open House, which takes place in the fall, is a family event. All members of the Marianopolis community participate and are excited to showcase our programs, sports and student clubs. You can take a campus tour, have all your questions answered regarding admissions and speak with current students and alumni about their experience.
- Our popular Student-for-a-Day program gives your son or daughter the opportunity to become a Marianopolis student for the day. We strongly believe that this is one of the best ways to get to know what happens at the College on a typical day.
If you still have questions after participating in these events, you can book a meeting with an Admissions representative.
Our stats speak for themselves. With over 98% of our graduates attending university, making Marianopolis the first choice puts your son or daughter on the right path to their university and career dreams.