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Admissions

What to expect and how to apply

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Tuition and Fees

(set annually)

Application

  • from inside Canada $100/child
  • from outside Canada $300/child

Applying for more than one child in Primary-Grade 9?
Contact us to ask about eligibility for discounted tuition.

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Pre-primary

2022-23
Initial Admission Fee (new families)

$ 500*

* This is a partial payment of the $2500 Initial Admission Fee – a special arrangement for new families registering only a pre-primary student. You’ll pay $500 of the $2,500 in 2022-23. You will pay the rest of the IAF if/when any child in your family enters our P-9 programme.

Tuition

$11,467

Elementary

(Primary to Grade 6)

2022-23
Initial Admission Fee (new families)

$2,500

Additional services:
English as an Additional Language (EAL)** Fee: $1,313

Optional add-ons:
Daily childcare following dismissal, recreational one-day camps, week-long summer day-camps

Afterschool fees for 2022-23

Every regular school day: $2,898/year 

*Part-time: 
4 days/week at $2,608/year
3 days/week at $2,029/year
2 days/week at $1,304/year
*priority is given to full-time; requires set schedule

Tuition

$13,192

Middle School

(Grades 7–9)

2022-23
Initial Admission Fee (new families)

$2,500

Additional service:
English as an Additional Language (EAL)** Fee: $1,313

Tuition

$14,286

** EAL applies to students in Grades Primary – 9 based on our assessment of the student’s need for support

Admissions Process

Start with a simple connection and some basic questions.

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Step 1
Connect with us
Step 2
Apply
Step 3
Your child’s visit
Step 4
Our final review
Step 5
Your decision and commitment

Financial assistance

Requests processed through Apple Financial Services (AFS)

International Students

We welcome international students! Our collaborative learning environment, small classes and warm community supports positive cultural experience and English language development. 

The student’s family is responsible for all other arrangements (e.g., study permit, housing, and if needed, guardianship). Learn more here:  Study in Canada as an International Student.

Grades P-9
Your child may be required to receive English as an Additional Language (EAL) support as an additional service, at an extra cost. This will be decided based on the school’s ongoing assessment of your child’s need.

FAQ

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