June exams for students in Years 8 to 11
The June 2018 examination schedule is in the download above. It has been posted in the Upper School and has also been emailed to students.
Exam dates, times and locations:
Year 8, Year 9, Year 10 and Year 11 exams will be written between Wednesday, June 6 and Tuesday, June 12 inclusive. Morning exams begin at 9 a.m. Afternoon exams begin at 1 p.m. Locations will be confirmed closer to the exam period. A detailed schedule will be posted in the main hallway. Students with accommodations will be contacted by Julia Rosefield or Kathryn Barnes.
Students will be briefed via email on exam regulations. The College expects all students to write exams on campus at the scheduled time. Requests for exceptions must be submitted in writing to registrar Heather Matthews at firstname.lastname@example.org. Documentation will be required. If an exception is permitted, alternative exam arrangements may be subject to a fee and the student will be required to write during the designated make-up week prior to the start of school (Monday, Aug. 27 to Friday, Aug. 31), according to a schedule determined by the College.
If a student is absent for an exam due to illness, one of his parents must notify the main office at 416-488-1125, ext. 2219 on the morning of the exam. Notification must be made for each exam missed. Medical documentation acceptable to the College must be provided in such cases. Medical notes must clearly outline the reasons for the absence and the expected duration of the absence. In the case of boarders, the senior house adviser and/or the school nurse will provide appropriate documentation. All cases of absence — whether for compassionate, medical or exceptional reasons — will be reviewed by the registrar in consultation with the Upper School administration committee, which will determine the details of any required make-up exams.
If a student doesn’t write an exam for a reason approved by the College, he’ll receive an “N” on his report card in that subject. The “N” designates that there’s work yet to be completed in the course. After make-up exams have been graded, the student’s academic record will be updated and an amended report card provided at that time.
Students must observe the regular dress code during the June examination period, as described in the Upper School Family Handbook. We’ll convey these expectations directly to the boys.
If a student is late for an exam, he should proceed as quickly as possible to the exam room (in proper school dress) and begin writing immediately. No extra time will be allotted for lateness. A student more than 15 minutes late for an exam must report to the main office.
No cell phones or other electronic devices (except calculators when required) are to be brought into the exam room. There are no exceptions. Students should leave such devices locked in their lockers. If students violate this rule and are caught using a cell phone or other prohibited device during an exam, they’ll be subject to disciplinary action, including a zero on the exam in question.
Although we’ve endeavoured to minimize exam conflicts, they’re unavoidable because of the limited exam times and the large number of courses offered. In any cases of conflict, students should directly contact registrar,Heather Matthews at email@example.com. She’ll advise the student of conflict arrangements.