If your child will need temporary accommodation either before the program begins, or after it ends, please contact Jen Horrigan
who will arrange a homestay in the local area (at an additional cost).Study Permit
If your child is remaining in Canada to study after the Learning English through the Outdoors
course finishes, and if he or she is not a Canadian citizen and does not possess a Permanent Residency Card for Canada, they must obtain a Study Permit unless they are a dependent of a diplomat accredited by Canada. It is the responsibility of the parent or guardian to obtain the necessary documents and authorization prior to their child entering Canada to commence the Learning English through the Outdoors
session. Please contact your nearest Canadian Embassy or Consulate as soon as possible to begin this process.
As part of your child's Study Permit application, the Canadian Embassy may require a Letter of Acceptance from Lakefield College School confirming your child's enrolment in our summer term. This completed and signed Letter of Acceptance Form will be sent to you upon your paying of the tuition for the summer course.
For complete details, visit the website of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
. In the past, some of our families have found the services of Nikolay Tupikov, a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant, helpful in completing the study permit process. He can be reached at 01.647.866.3530 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
As part of the enrolment process for the Learning English through the Outdoors
program, Lakefield College School will be asking you to complete several forms as part of your registration, including providing health information, arranging for health insurance, naming a Canadian Legal Guardian, etc. All such forms must be submitted to Lakefield College School by May 30, 2021.