JUNIOR PROGRAM POLICIES
All are responsible for the positive nature of relationships and the consistent, inclusive and nurturing nature of the learning environment that permits students to build healthy relationships, to create a strong and supportive social network, to develop emotional well-being and to achieve academically to the best of their ability.
The school ensures to provide:
• An environment free from bullying, harassment, intimidation and discrimination
• An orderly environment
• A Code of Conduct with consistent expectations and consequences as stipulated in the Student Handbook.
• Procedures and guidelines implemented as stipulated in the Student Handbook.
• Dedicated adult supervision
• Response protocols for adverse and crisis situations.
The college has dedicated staff in Student Services to look after Junior Program and reports directly to the Principal. The Junior Program Coordinator has specific responsibility for child protection and will represent the school in all dealings. Dewey College ensures that all requirements of Languages Canada are met for the Junior Program.
All students in the Junior Program must adhere to following:
• Be actively engaged in the creation and maintenance of a safe, caring and active learning environment.
• Abide by the school’s Code of Conduct and take responsibility for their own actions.
• Demonstrate respect for self, others in school environment.
• Advocate for self and others to maintain physical safety and emotional well being.
• Appreciate and respect diversity.
• Practice positive social behaviour both in person and online.
• Report any incident to the school staff/Junior Program coordinator
• Attend activities and programs that are supervised and guided by school
• Always keep ID with you and call in case of any emergency or situation that is you are unable to manage.
For ALL other policies and guidelines please refer to Student Handbook.
- For students applying for residence for the first time, Dewey College requires a one year commitment. After one year, students may renew their residence contract or find a place on their own if above 18 years old and parental permission is obtained.
- Residence fees are charged by the school year. If student moves out from the residence at any point during the school year, unused residence fees will NOT be refunded.
- Residence fees must be paid to the College prior to students being admitted to the residence.
- The damage deposit will be refunded in full only if there is no damage to the residence or school facilities. Should there have been damages over and above the amount on the deposit, the student will be required to pay the additional amount due.
- Students are required to pay CAD$150 Refundable Key Deposit when they move into residence. Students will be given a deposit receipt and must present this receipt with key when they move out from the residence to receive CAD $150 Key Deposit Refund.
- Students are not allowed to duplicate any of the keys assigned to them. If found to violate this policy, disciplinary actions shall be taken accordingly.
- Residents are solely responsible for the safety of their own valuables. All residents are strongly advised to lock up all their valuables at all times.
- It is the responsibility of the residents to lock their doors, windows and wardrobes when absent from their rooms in order to safeguard their property and if sharing a room, that of their roommate as well. This is also good security practice.
- All residents are responsible to help ensure that all entries and exits to the Residence are locked at all times posted.
- As a student of Dewey College you are expected to carry yourself in a respectable manner. Residents are expected to portray good behaviour and should wear appropriate attire that is acceptable in the residence.
- Inappropriate conduct that may embarrass or cause inconvenience to other students and neighbors will not be allowed.
- Smoking, consuming alcohol, any prohibited drugs and gambling are prohibited in the residence. Any other illegal activities under the laws of Ontario and Canada are also prohibited in the residence.
- Being in possession of weapons or any item that is considered dangerous which may cause injury or bodily harm is not allowed in the residence.
- Vandalism is a serious oﬀ Residents who are responsible for committing such offences may be expelled from the residence. The costs of repairing vandalized items will be charged to the resident accordingly.
- Residents are not to make excessive noise or disturbances at the residence. Music must be kept at a reasonable level at all times and careful consideration of other residents and neighbors must be taken into account at all times.
- Residents are responsible to keep their rooms and the common areas at the residence, such as the lounge area, pantry and bathrooms, clean and tidy at all times. They must also practice proper care when handling furnishings, appliances and supplies provided to them for their use. Upon inspection, if residence is found to be untidy and not clean, Dewey College will hire a professional cleaning service to rectify the situation. The cost of such cleaning will be charged to the residents.
- All heating system, lights and electrical appliances must be switched oﬀ when not in use.
- Should any of the residents need to return to the Residence after 10:00 p.m., a prior approval from the school is required.
- Residents are to submit the “Request to Return Late Form” to Dewey College 3 days before the actual date, stating the reason and expected time of return.
- Residents need to have the “Request to Return Late Conﬁrmation Slip” as proof of having obtained approval to return late; failing which, disciplinary actions may be taken.
- Students must not move to other residences without prior written permission from Dewey College.
- Dewey College reserves the right to move students from one residence to another under certain circumstances.
- The application fee is NON-REFUNDABLE and should be submitted with the completed Application Form and other documents.
- International students must pay the tuition fee as per Fee Schedule in order to receive a Letter of Acceptance to apply for or renew their visa.
- If payment is made by Wire Transfer, please fax/email the Remittance Form copy from the bank to Dewey College for confirmation of the payment.
- When an international student is granted a Study Visa from the Canadian Immigration Authority, and has decided NOT to attend Dewey College, NO refund of the fees will be granted.
- When an International student’s visa application is refused by the Canadian Immigration Authority, the fees will be refunded less a CAD $500.00 administrative fee.
- In order to be eligible for the refund, the student must send the following original documents to the Admissions Office:
- A letter requesting the refund signed by the student, along with the receiver’s banking information if the refund is requested by Wire Transfer.
- The Visa Rejection Letter issued by the Canadian Immigration Authority.
- All the original documents including receipts and the Letter of Acceptance issued by Dewey College
- If a student withdraws from Dewey College or is expelled as a result of a disciplinary action, unused fees will NOT be refunded.
- Academic Support Program fee includes option of 80 hours of tutoring for credits courses or English Language proficiency program.
- After School Program fee includes extra-curricular activities and field trips.
- Cultural Exploration Program fee includes school trips to International and domestic destinations.
- Residence fees are charged by the school year. If a student withdraws from Dewey College at any point during the school year, unused residence fees will NOT be refunded.
- The deposit will be refunded in full only if there is no damage to the residence or school facilities. If the deposit is not sufficient to pay the damage, the student will be required to pay the additional amount.
- Local students must pay the tuition fee and other fees (if applicable) in full before the first week of the term. Fees can be paid by cash, cheque, certified cheque, or bank draft. There will be a CAD$60 charge for any returned cheques, and the subsequent school fees will be accepted in cash only.
- The medical insurance plan entitles the student to be covered in North America during the insurance validity period. The medical insurance fee is NON-REFUNDABLE.
- All fees are non-transferable under any conditions.