Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, we offer a wide range of sports and creative activities to promote a healthy balanced lifestyle.
Yes, students are required to wear a uniform to class. The basic uniform includes grey pants or kilt, a white shirt, a cardigan or blazer depending on grade level, with black shoes. There is also a P.E. kit of a red practice tee with black shorts, track pants and a hoodie.
We expect to have between 14 to 20 students per class. Our teaching spaces are built to hold a maximum of 20 students—no class can be larger than this.
Boarding students also have daily study hall available, allowing them to complete homework in a quiet environment with a teacher present for questions or advice.
We also have the Key Learning Centre, which offers extra options like tutoring and EAL support. Our learning centre programs are an added cost to the student and vary with the need.
Yes, we offer extra curricular activities three to four times per week and optional activities on the weekend. You can expect a variety of recreational sports and fitness choices, artistic options like photography, Days for Girls and Art for Others, and service-oriented pursuits like Social Dance and Change Makers. We also expect to offer more formal activities like Model United Nations (MUN), U of W Math Competition, and Jane Goodall’s Roots & Shoots.