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Depending on the province, middle school is generally defined as grades 6-8 (in some cases 5-8) or ages 10/11 - 14. We have information on our website regarding the best age to send your child to private school here: http://www.ourkids.net/school/searching-for-a-golden-age - in general the consensus is that there’s no ‘right’ age but there are some guidelines to keep in mind that are mentioned in the article. For a more specific listing of schools with criteria that's important to you, you may like to try using our Advanced Search feature on our website - http://www.ourkids.net/school/school-search.php - this will give you a listing of schools with other specifications and information, and you can also click on the school profiles to get an even further in depth look at what they have to offer your child. The upcoming Private School Expos are also a great opportunity to meet face-to-face with a number of different private schools all in one place as well as attend information seminars. Many parents find this helpful to learning more about private schools and narrowing down their choices: http://www.ourkids.net/expo/
 
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