First I'd like to say that know nothing of the educational system in Canada. That said:
Of the listed I'd definitely go with Germany. I was considering Holland, but it's too free of a country. You can buy marijuana in stores, you're free to carry cocaine and other drugs as long as it's for personal use, and then you have the world's largest pedophile activist group there as well. I just find it a bit scary.
Unless you have money to spend, you should rule out the U.S. and U.K. rather quickly. Not that their education holds any higher standard, in fact from what I've heard of the university life there from some of my friends who've been exchange students at Oxford and Standford, it's a lot more lax than here in Sweden -- which I'd imagine would be at the same level as in Germany -- however the listed universities shine when it comes to doctoral students. France is rather elite from what I understand, and it's very difficult to get into the educational system unless you have really good academic merits. But the education is probably the best in the world. That said, that's university and not high school. But I'd imagine that they're somewhat linked, and that you'd eventually continue to study.
Either way good luck! I hope it works out for you.
I'd guess that you need a license to sell it. Based what I've heard you're allowed to carry up to three grams of cocaine. Which is insane, but the country hasn't gone under yet. I've only been in Amsterdam once, and that was on the airport in wait for the plane to Bali, so I have no personal experience.
Either way you should ask your school counselors, they'll help you with finding scholarships. This is hardly the right forum.
Whatever you do, don't go to an internet movie forum for help with this.
But seriously, just scour the internet. I don't know if what you hope for actually exists, but it probably does somewhere. We're not really the best people to ask though. School websites, or national education websites, are your best bet to start.
When the students from Dresden studying for a semester at FSU were asked if they'd consider staying to complete their studies they said no, because in their view FSU was more like a playground than a University.
"End when I find myn Hertland, efter Irfet end Woo,
In Dale af Paper, worin Ink Nymphen dansín,
Iíll endly have somthing stour ta gib ta myn Fremdin.
O Versí af de Musen, dwanít ferlet me noo!"
It doesn't surprise me. From what I understand the most demanding schools in terms of natural sciences at least are located in France and in Russia. Ecole Polytechnique for instance has a hundred hours scheduled a week.
But at the same time it's important to note that the quality of an U.S. high school education is subpar to the European standard, and that Europe is more of a meritocracy than the U.S.