English private schools say Quebec admission rules limit access to students


Some private English-language schools in Montreal are so frustrated with Quebec’s language law regarding student admission they are considering refusing an annual government subsidy and going entirely private.

That would allow private English schools to bypass Bill 101 — Quebec’s language law — and give them a larger applicant pool to choose from, including the richest francophone students.But doing so could also alter the makeup of English private schools because many of their students receive loans and grants, and schools forgoing the subsidy would likely push tuition to levels accessible only to the richest of the rich in Quebec.

Source : http://www.cjad.com/cjad-news/2015/05/01/english-private-schools-say-quebec-admission-rules-limit-access-to-students