Home-schooled Application Steps
- Choosing the Correct Application
- Process for Applying
- Required Documents
- Supplementary Document Submission
- General Admission Notes
Each applicant is expected to provide:
- An official transcript(s) including six final 4U or 4M grades, including prerequirites,
- OR an official transcript(s) including three final 4U or 4M grades and three mid-term grades, (conditional offer can be made),
- OR an official transcript(s) including three final 4U or 4M grades and evidence of registration in three additional 4U or 4M credits (conditional offer can be made)
- a letter(s) attesting to a minimum of 40 hours of community service (or in the process of completing)
- a letter signed by the applicant attesting to the fact that the equivalent of grade 11 academic study was completed in a home schooled environment
- A transcript(s)** including final grade 11 courses and six final grade 12 senior academic grades,
OR a transcript(s)** including final grade 11 courses and three final grade 12 senior academic grades and three mid-term grades,
- OR a transcript(s)** including final grade 11 courses and three final grade 12 senior academic grades and evidence of registration in three additional grade 12 senior academic courses (conditional offer can be made)
- A minimum of six course outlines showing learning expectations in distinct subject areas studied at the senior academic grade 12 level. If you are currently completing or have not yet started a course you must still send the course outline. You may not need to submit these if the courses are part of a standard curriculum such as Abeka, Saxon, or Apologia – contact the Admissions Office at email@example.com.
- A satisfactory Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT 1) or ACT test result may be required at the discretion of the Admissions Director. If required, notification would be sent. Normally, minimum scores of 1650 on the SAT Reasoning Test (including Reading, Mathematics and Writing components), or 24 on the ACT. The test results must arrive directly from the testing agency.
- A letter(s) attesting to a minimum of 40 hours of community service (or in the process of completing)
- A signed letter attesting to the fact that the equivalent of grade 11 and 12 academic study was completed or is currently being completed in a home schooled environment.
**Each of the grade 11 and 12 courses on the transcript(s) should include:
- the full name of the course (i.e. Apologia-Biology, Saxon-Calculus with Trigonometry, Abeka-Physics, etc.)
- the name of the grade 12 Ontario curriculum course deemed as equivalent if not completed as part of a standard curriculum such as Saxon, Apologia, etc.
- year level at which the subject is being taught (i.e. grade 11 or grade 12)
- number of hours of instruction (i.e. credit value)
- details regarding individuals who assessed or will provide a grade for each course (if not the parent).
Due to the varying academic preparation of Category B home schooled applicants the Admissions Director may request additional information beyond that outlined above. At the discretion of the Admissions Director Category B applicants may be asked to attend an interview.
- Dramatic Arts applicants: successful participation in the DART Invitational
Auditions must be booked directly with the relevant department ONLY AFTER you are in receipt of an offer of admission. Audition dates are indicated in the offer of admission letter. DART Invitational events are normally held in the third week of April and mid-May.
- Music applicants: successful participation in an audition
Auditions must be booked directly with the relevant department ONLY AFTER you are in receipt of an offer of admission. Audition dates are indicated in the offer of admission letter. For details regarding the audition process and dates refer to brocku.ca/music/
- Visual Arts – Studio Art applicants: submission of a portfolio
Applicants who apply to the History of Arts and Visual Culture are NOT required to submit a portfolio.
General Admission Notes
Applicants can expect to receive an offer of admission to only one program. When more than one Brock program is indicated on the application, the highest choice listed for Brock will be considered first. If not eligible for the first choice, consideration will be given to subsequent choices in the order of preference the applicant has indicated. If an applicant applies to only one Brock program, and does not qualify, in most cases consideration will automatically be given for an alternate and related program.
Applications are assessed on a first-come, first-serve basis. Admissions decisions will only be made once all required documents are submitted.