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At LIA, students are taught to thrive in a variety of environments. LIA’s unique location in downtown London affords students the chance to take their learning to new places. Offering trips to local parks, surrounding businesses, and to various sports arenas and banquet halls, LIA’s staff encourage 
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First built as a university preparation school for students from China, London International Academy (LIA) has quickly grown into a fully-certified private secondary boarding school, authorized by the Ontario Ministry of Education to grant successful students the Ontario Secondary School Diploma for further academic study 
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LIA’s Terry Fox Run, held this past Sunday (September 20th) at Springbank Park, was a great success. Students raised funds and pledges for cancer research, and also participated in a walk/run around the park. Here are some of the photos that were snapped at the 
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Mr. Brown and the Writer’s Craft class are proud to present London International Academy’s first ever literary magazine: The Academy Conversation. Designed as a collaborative assignment to learn about engage in the process of publishing, the class turned publishing house designed, marketed, and bound the 
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About 150 students graduates were honoured at a ceremony held on Wednesday, April 8 at the Hilton Hotel  in Downtown London. The students were addressed by the Honourable Matt Brown, Mayor of London and Dr. Sepideh Taheri, Associate Professor of Medicine at Western University. Principal 
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The LIA Engineering Club and London Innovation have collaborated in organizing and hosting a “Coffee House.” Thirty participants from five local high schools as well as Western University and Fanshawe College attended the coffee house and youth discussion evening at the King St. Atrium (186 
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A Great way for students to experience a new culture Summer-Camp The Cultural Exchange Program (CEP) is great way for students to experience a new culture and practice their English immersed in an entirely English environment. The CEP runs yearly beginning in early July and 
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London International Academy is pleased to announce a set of global scholarships for the 2014-2015 school year. To celebrate the growing diversity of our school, we are offering scholarships for our full time secondary school academic program ranging from 20% to 100% of tuition for 
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In November 2012, about eighty LIA students participated in the Canadian Open Mathematics Competition and the Canadian Senior Mathematics Competition.  The results were impressive as a high proportion of our students received distinctions in the competitions. Nine of our students had scores sufficient to be 
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By Paul Debenham (Principal) It’s almost time for Grade 12 students to apply to their university of choice. There are many options to consider and it can be a difficult choice. To help LIA students weigh their options several universities are sending representatives to tell 
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Testimonials
Yahaya has chosen LIA and Canada as the premier educational training ground for post-secondary schooling.

Yahaya, Nigeria

2017-03-13T11:54:16-04:00

Yahaya, Nigeria

Yahaya has chosen LIA and Canada as the premier educational training ground for post-secondary schooling.
Andrey wanted to find a school that would prepare him for post-secondary education in Canada.

Andrey, Khazahkstan

2017-08-31T23:36:54-04:00

Andrey, Khazahkstan

Andrey wanted to find a school that would prepare him for post-secondary education in Canada.
One of the advantages of schooling here is that you have lots of universities options to pick up from.

Patience, Nigeria

2017-09-13T10:13:50-04:00

Patience, Nigeria

One of the advantages of schooling here is that you have lots of universities options to pick up from.
At home I had to completely rely on my parents if I needed something I would call my parents.

Audrey (China)

2017-09-13T10:35:43-04:00

Audrey (China)

At home I had to completely rely on my parents if I needed something I would call my parents.
Teachers, that’s the best part because they have good sense of humour & are doing lessons that are engaging

Eren (Turkey)

2017-09-13T16:09:59-04:00

Eren (Turkey)

Teachers, that’s the best part because they have good sense of humour & are doing lessons that are engaging