Below, we cover private Christian schools in Quebec, including in Montreal, Laval, Sherbrooke, Kirkland, and Longueuil. For a more comprehensive discussion of Christian education, including detailed coverage of curricular approaches, focus, and benefits, see our Christian school guide.
There are lots of private Christian schools in Canada. For instance, there are Christian schools in Toronto, Ontario, Edmonton, and Calgary. These schools vary in terms of their religious curriculum, extracurriculars, and approach to Christian study and Bible study. The schools below reflect this diversity. You can filter them for a wide range of features.
Meet them at the Expo
"Collège Bourget is a day & boarding school located between Montreal and Ottawa. French and English high school programs are offered. Bourget aims to foster personal autonomy, academic development, and perseverance." —From the school
$5,075 to $34,860
"Since 1861, The Sacred Heart School of Montreal, the city’s only all-girls English Catholic high school, has been preparing girls to change the world. We offer grades 7 to 12, day school and boarding." —From the school
$20,432 to $44,909
Meet them at the Expo
"The Priory School specializes in early childhood education, a place where childhood is cherished, and where meaningful learning takes place in an enriched and nurturing learning environment." —From the school
$20,515 to $22,435
Private school expos can be an ideal way to find the right school for your child. The Montreal private school expo is one of our biggest. It allows you to speak with lots of different private schools, some of which are Christian schools. Find a Christian school near you.
Another great resource in your school search is the Our Kids parent discussion forum. The forum is an ideal place to discuss options and debate topics related to Christian education.
The cost of Christian schools in Quebec is, on average, lower than the cost of other private schools in Quebec. It’s also on the lower side of private school tuition in general. In Quebec, the only public Christian schools are Catholic—schools fully funded by the government.
Many schools offer needs-based financial aid, such as bursaries or tuition relief. Other schools offer scholarships, which are given based on merit—for instance, in academics or athletics. You can learn more about needs- and merit-based financial aid in our dedicated guide.
Below, you’ll find the range of costs for private Christian schools (including Catholic schools) in Quebec:
|Tuition (day school)||Students receiving financial aid||Grade eligibility for financial aid||Avg. aid package size (annual)|
|$5,075 to $14,735|
|$17,875 to $37,877||22%||7 - 11||$8,350|
|$19,300 to $21,110|
|Founding date||Endowment||Admissions rate||Enrollment||Enrollment|
Average class size
Special needs support
|Traditional||Accelerated||Rigorous||14 to 18||No support||Medium integration|
|Progressive||Standard-enriched||Supportive||12 to 24||No support||Medium integration|
|Admission deadline||SSAT required||Interview required||Acceptance rate||Next open house|
|9 - 12|
|7 - 12|
|Day: rolling||K - 6||75%|
|Math||Science||Literature||Humanities Social Sciences||Foreign Languages||Fine Arts|
|Traditional Math||Equal Balance||Traditional||Equal Balance||Communicative||Creative|
|Equal Balance||Inquiry||Equal Balance||Communicative||Equal Balance|
Track and Field
Private Christian schools in Quebec can be a great option. They have many potential benefits. For starters, they have a challenging dual-track curriculum, one which gives students a strong grounding in both secular and religious studies. They also have many of the same benefits as other types of private schools, including smaller classes and skilled and attentive teachers.
Quebec is the largest province in Canada by area. It's also Canada's second most populous province.
Quebec is a beautiful province, which is home to the Laurentian Mountains and the Saint Lawrence River. Its most populous city is Montreal, an amazing cosmopolitan city that's an economic and cultural hub. Most Quebec residents speak French, and many are bilingual—speaking French and English.