University Destinations

99% of our graduates gain entrance to the university of their first choice. From the last 5 years of graduating classes over 99% of our Grade 12 students were accepted into post-secondary studies.

At Mentor College, we expect more from our students, and we get it! We firmly believe that a high school education should prepare its students with the time management and study skills for finishing university, not just the marks for getting in the door!

Class of 2018 – University Destinations:

University of Toronto: 28 students
McMaster University: 22 students
Western University: 17 students
University of Waterloo: 14 students
Wilfrid Laurier University: 13 students
Queen’s University: 11 students
Dalhousie University: 9 students each
McGill University, Ryerson University, York University: 7 students each
Carleton University, University of Guelph: 4 students each
University of Ottawa, Brock University: 3 students each
Trent University, University of British Columbia: 2 student each
Centennial College, DePaul University (Chicago), Humber College, Koc University (Turkey), Le Cordon Bleu (France), James Cook University, (Australia), Massachusets College of Pharmacy & Health Science, Fanshawe College, Sheridan College, University of Ontario Institute of Technology, University of California – San Diego, University of Alberta, University of Bualo, Sunway University (Malaysia), University of Maryland, University of Miami, University of Queensland (Australia), University of Regina, University of San Francisco, University of Saskatchewan: 1 student each

Class of 2018 – University Programmes:

Here is a breakdown of programmes in which Class of 2018 graduates are enrolled – by percentage of overall class:

Business23%
Engineering: 14%
Health/Life/Medical Sciences: 11%
Humanities: 10%
Science: 9%
Computer Science: 6%
*Other: 27%

*Other includes 10 students or fewer: Arts, Mathematics, Kinesiology, Media, Psychology, Technology Studies, Design, Music, Environmental Studies, Journalism,
Nursing, Photography