Innes van Nostrand
What are your dreams? Where will you be in 20 years? How will you measure success?
These are the questions that fascinate us, that focus us, and that drive us to ensure that the Appleby College education speaks directly to our mission: enabling men and women to become leaders of character - major contributors to their local, national and international communities.
As a parent, there is nothing I want more than for my children to live lives of purpose, to recognize and reach their potential. Just as it is for my own children, the formula for how you unlock the potential of every young man and woman is its own unique blend of support, motivation, challenge, and connection. At Appleby, we believe this includes a broad range of opportunities and engaging experiences that blend academic excellence, athletic achievement and creative expression, with leadership opportunities both inside and outside the classroom. Just as important, we ask our students to explore the meaning of character, of spirituality, and notions of citizenship, both in Canada and internationally. We believe that this is an essential foundation for a successful and rewarding life. An Appleby education serves both today and tomorrow.
One of the hallmarks of the Appleby experience is the sense of community we provide to students – especially through our unique day/boarding blend. I am always impressed by the contagious enthusiasm with which recent graduates and their families talk about their time at Appleby, how well prepared they were for university, and how they have a family of Appleby brothers and sisters that will always be a part of their lives. Most of all, they describe how their Appleby experience has inspired them to pursue their own dreams and to live their lives with meaning and purpose. In fact, some of these individuals were beneficiaries of Appleby’s Financial Assistance programme. As a school, we believe that financial need should never prevent a student from reaching their full potential, which is why we provide over $2.8 million in bursaries, loans and scholarships annually.
To learn more about us, please visit www.appleby.on.ca.
I look forward to welcoming you!
Innes van Nostrand
Average Class Size:12 to 16
Enrolment: Day 475 (Gr. 7-11) — Boarding 275 (Gr. 9-12)
Founded in 1911 and located on a picturesque 60-acre campus in Oakville, Ontario, Appleby College is a coeducational day/boarding school for students in Grades 7–12. At Appleby, we believe every student deserves an opportunity to pursue an education that excites and challenges them. An education that offers them the chance to discover and embrace their passions both inside and outside of the classroom. We promote the development of the whole student, blending academic excellence, athletic achievement and creative expression with opportunities for leadership and community engagement both at home and around the world. Hallmarks of the Appleby experience include our Grade 12 boarding programme, our emphasis on global learning and cultural understanding, our commitment to financial assistance with over $2.8 million in bursaries, loans and scholarships annually, and our experiential learning programme centred around the McLaughlin Northern Campus in Temagami. To learn more about Appleby please visit us at www.appleby.on.ca. To arrange a tour or shadow visit, please contact Kim English, admissions counsellor at email@example.com or 905-845-4681 ext. 252. We look forward to seeing you at the Toronto (booth #34) and Halton (booth #10) Our Kids Fairs.
Appleby College is a private Academic day & boarding school in Oakville, Ontario. The school offers programs for grades 7 to 12 with enrolment of 475 day students and 275 boarding students. Appleby College has an average class size of 12 to 16 students and has a tuition cost of $31,830 to $59,750 per year. Founded in 1911, this private school requires students to wear uniforms and the language of instruction is English.
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