Kells Academy - April 14, 2014
Junior and Senior Debate Teams compete year-round in both national and international tournaments. ►
Kells Academy - March 24, 2014
Kells Elementary students and staff marked Anti-Bullying Day by wearing a pink shirt and participating in anti-bullying activities. ►
Kells Academy - December 19, 2013
Students reach deep into their pockets to help the Philippino relief effort. ►
Working as an educator in the public sector, I found that devoting time to after-school tutorials was a most positive and enriching experience for my students. I was consistently impressed at what students were able to learn and accomplish in a few short tutoring sessions, in comparison to the hours spent trying to master the same material in the classroom. This led me to consider a practical application of the tutorial model in a classroom setting, and resulted in the 1978 establishment of a unique tutorial service: the Westmount Learning Centre; and ultimately, to the foundation of Kells Academy.
To recreate the one-on-one tutorial experience we committed to small classes, in a warm, welcoming environment, and engaging the participation of supportive and enthusiastic teachers. Using this model we were able to make learning more interesting, meaningful, and relevant, and most importantly, teach at the individual pace of each student— attributes we maintain and adhere to, to this very day.
In 1990, Kells Academy acquired its own building in NDG at the corner of De Maisonneuve Boulevard West and Park Row West. Further expansion took place in 2004 with acquisition of the Hydro Quebec building situated on Cavendish Boulevard corner of De Maisonneuve, and now, our thriving elementary campus under the direction of Marla Perlman.
Average Class Size:15
Enrolment: Day 300 (Gr. K-11)
Established in 1978, Kells Academy supports students in reaching their full potential. In separate Elementary and High School campuses Kells offers small classes, excellent academic, arts and sports programs as well as a wide variety of other extra curricular activities. Kells enjoys a close to 100% graduation rate, high acceptance in all disciplines in CEGEP, is co-educational, privately funded and students do not need a Certificate of Eligibility to attend.
Kells Academy is a private Academic day school in Montreal, Quebec. The school offers programs for grades K to 11 with enrolment of 300 day students. Kells Academy has an average class size of 15 students and has a tuition cost of $11,350 to $15,050 per year. Founded in 1978, this private school requires students to wear uniforms and the language of instruction is English.
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