We now provide child-specific insights on choosing a school you won't find anywhere else. Through several in-depth guides, we explore how school choices crucially depend on children's unique constellation of traits.
Our guide to special needs schools is a terrific online resource. It provides extensive coverage of special education in Canada. It also provides in-depth answers to a wide range of questions about special needs schools and programs.
Check out our guide to preschool education. It provides comprehensive coverage of preschools, daycares, and other childcare options in Canada. It also discusses a wide range of topics related to preschool and early learning options.
The Montessori guide is the first of its kind: it's the most comprehensive online resource covering Montessori education in Canada. It covers a wide range of topics, including Montessori schools, philosophy, curriculum, and classroom practices. It also provides links to lots of Montessori schools, and allows you to compare them in terms of a wide range of criteria. Note, we also have guides to Montessori preschool, elementary school, middle school, and high school.
• Read the comprehensive guide to Montessori education.
• Read the guides to Montessori preschool, elementary school, middle school, and high school.
We're pleased to announce the launch of 18 pages devoted to boarding, as well as a detailed guide to boarding schools in Canada. It's by far the most detailed, most useful guide of its kind ever created in the Canadian boarding marketplace. We cover the different kinds of boarding schools in Canada, and we discuss the issues parents face when assessing a school. We then provide a comprehensive list of boarding schools and tools for comparing those schools by their program offerings. Throughout, follow the links to detailed profiles of each school, as well as reviews and testimonials relevant to finding the right school for your child. We want to help you find the best boarding school for your family's needs. Read the boarding guide now.
Our guide to gifted education in Canada provides unparalleled coverage of gifted schools, programs, and other educational options for gifted students. It covers a wide range of topics, including detecting and testing giftedness, different types of gifted programs, alternative curricular approaches for gifted learners, and choosing and applying for gifted programs. It also provides links to lots of schools with different types of gifted programming, and allows you to compare and analyze them in terms of a wide range of criteria. Read the gifted guide now.
Check out our guide to faith-based education, as well as our guides to Christian, Catholic, Jewish, and Islamic education. Each of these guides provides extensive coverage of one or more types of faith-based education. They cover different private school options, and the many issues parents face in choosing one of these options. They also provide links to lots of different types of faith-based schools, and allow you to compare and analyze them in terms of a wide variety of criteria.
• Read the guide to faith-based education.
• Read the guides to Christian, Catholic, Jewish, and Islamic education.
|How are you going to cover tuition?|
Think you can't afford private school? You may want to look again. Canadian independent schools are becoming increasingly accessible as more of them beef up their financial aid and scholarship programs in an effort to attract the best and brightest, regardless of financial background. [Full Article]
|Private schools vs. public schools|
You want to give your child the best but you also have income constraints to think of. So how do you choose between private schools versus public schools? Put another way, how do you decide private education is really worth it? [Full Article]
|School Tuition & Costs|
Private school tuition costs range widely depending on two essential factors: where the school is located and what type of private school it is: and it may surprise you, in some cases. [Full Article]
|A profile of UCC's Sam McKinney|
December 16, 2020
by Glen Herbert
UCC principal since 2016, Sam McKinney was raised in St. Catharines, Ontario. His first teaching job was in the public system in Guelph. He then took a position at a private school in Australia, and there became a proponent not only of things that independent schooling can do, but also a champion of the [Full Article]
|One College, Four Schools – A Journey of Learning with Joy and Purpose|
October 26, 2020
They call themselves ‘lifers’ and wear the name as a badge of honour. They are the students of Hillfield Strathallan College (HSC) who have attended the progressive, independent day school since their first day of school. “As an HSC lifer, I’ve been lucky to learn in a place where my interests a [Full Article]
|The benefits of a bilingual education|
October 22, 2020
Fluency in two languages has obvious advantages in our increasingly globalized world. It’s been shown that, in addition to the practical benefits of being able to communicate with more people, educational opportunities abroad, and better professional prospects, bilingualism has a link to intelligence. This [Full Article]