Fredericton Bathurst

Home Schooled Students

Home schooled students are expected to meet the same admissions requirements as their high school counterparts in their Province of residence.

The following evidence is required by the Maritime College of Forest Technology’s admissions team to ensure that students have the academic preparation they need to succeed.

Third-party (correspondence/online) service applicants

Should arrange for an official transcript to be forwarded directly to the Maritime College of Forest Technology’s admissions office by the issuing institution. Information pertaining to the curriculum followed should be included.

Applicants following an independent program

Should provide a record of grades (grade 11 and 12) along with a description of the grading scheme, curriculum followed, and textbooks followed.  Applicants are also welcome to submit a portfolio of their academic work or a resume of extracurricular involvement in support of their application. The Maritime College of Forest Technology admissions team reserves the right to request additional documentation to support your application if needed.

Applicants following an independent program with a non-traditional curriculum/grading scheme

Official standardized test results (SAT, ACT, GED, etc.) may be required.