Home School applicants who present recognized secondary credentials, or by some other means satisfy the requirements of a University admission route, will be considered for admission. Regardless of their citizenship or residency, Home School applicants will be considered according to the curriculum they followed.
The applicant should challenge the departmental examinations in courses where such examinations exist to provide grades in the subjects challenged. By this means, an applicant will be considered for admission who presents final grades in five distinct subjects:
- ELA 30-1, and
- four of
- Biology 30, Chemistry 30, French Language Arts 30, Physics 30, Pure Mathematics 30*, Science 30, or Social Studies 30*.
* The grade from either Applied Mathematics 30 or Social Studies 33 may be used as the fifth subject for admission purposes to programs where Pure Mathematics 30 is not required.
* The grade from Applications of Mathematics may be used instead of Principles of Mathematics as the fifth subject, for admission purposes to programs where Principles of Mathematics 12 is not required.