The FH Difference
Leadership Through Care
Student-Orientated Service | 1-on-1 Student Coordinator | Joy & Happiness Embedded | Personal & Leadership Development | Soft skills building | Social Integration
High Quality of Education
Personalized Study Plan | Small Size Class with individual attention (<10) | 100% University Admission | IELTS/OSSLT Preparation | Rich & Exceptional Extracurricular
Facilities and Location
Toronto Central area | Safe & Multicultural Neighbourhood | 25,000 sf Campus | Gym, Art and Music spaces | By Major Shopping Centre & Public Transportation
Practice-Oriented Academic Culture
A practice-Oriented Academic Culture provides flexibility in the learning process. Based on activities and interactive discussions on the needs and capacities of the individual students, by integrating academic with social development through projects, workshops and extracurricular activities to build students’ confidence, EQ, interpersonal skills, and working independently towards achieving success and satisfaction with every decision they make.
With students from different countries and different educational systems and English levels, FH creates customized study plans for each and every student. Guidance counsellors regularly provide guided independent study opportunities to help students achieve their educational goals at their own pace.
To equip and empower our students with the knowledge and soft skills of Active Learning, Independent Thinking and Perceiving Joy and happiness throughout their life.
To embed hapiness in developing students’ excellence in academic, soft skills, unique personalities, well-being and integration into the diverse Canadian society.
Through proactive learning, students are actively involved in the learning process to increase performance in science, engineering, mathematics, arts and other academic areas.
The ability to think clearly and rationally instead of just passively following instructions. Students learn to draw on their intelligence, rely on their views and confidently ask themselves what to do next.
Students learn how to ease their stress by having the best mood, creating free space to achieve their academic goals and personal development, and enjoying what they do.