Appleby College TUITION AND FINANCIAL AID
Tuition is always a key concern of parents. The cost of tuition is set by individual schools, and varies widely. It is important to note that tuition does not necessarily cover all costs, and additional fees may apply for other resources or access to facilities at the school. Financial assistance of various kinds is sometimes available.
What Appleby College says about their tuition:
Appleby College bundles its fees. Included items that are covered by tuition costs and those deemed as extras (meaning that fees for these items are separate from tuition) are outlined online. Please visit https://www.appleby.on.ca/tuition-fees.
Need-Based Financial Assistance
Appleby College's need-based financial aid. Learn this school's average amount of aid offered, the grade levels it offers aid to, and the percentage of eligible families it offers aid to.
|Grade range that need-based aid is offered:||7 to 12|
|Percentage of grade-eligible students receiving financial aid||20%|
|Average aid package size||$31,250|
|Percentage of total enrolment on financial aid||20%|
|Total aid available||$4,500,000|
Apply for financial assistance at Appleby College
Application Deadline: Rolling deadline
More information: www.applefinancialservices.ca
This school works with Apple Financial Inc. for processing financial applications
PROOF OF AGE: A copy of the applicant’s passport, birth certificate or other legal document that confirms applicant’s age. REPORT CARDS: A copy of your child’s final report card from the 2022-2023 school year as well as a copy of their final report card from the 2021-2022 school year. If your child has received an interim report card from the current 2022-2023 school year you can also submit it. EDUCATIONAL ASSESSMENT (IF APPLICABLE): To help us ensure that the applicant (upon condition of acceptance) receives the appropriate support needed to have a successful experience at Appleby, a copy of their last assessment is appreciated if available. ESL LANGUAGE ASSESSMENT (IF APPLICABLE): If the applicant is a non-native English speaker applying for grades 10 through 12 please provide your TOEFL, or IELTS test date. For non-native English speakers applying for grades 7 through 9 please provide your TOEFL Jr or iTEP test date. Please note that, for those who are unable to access one of the above English Language Assessments, we are currently accepting Duolingo as an alternative. For applicants whose English language test results are available, please upload a copy of their test results.
Merit-Based Financial Assistance
Appleby College's merit-based scholarships. Learn about the different types of scholarships this school offers, how much they're worth, and their application details.
Sir Edmund Walker Scholarship Programme (Academic)
Students from Gr. 7 to 12 are eligible.
To be eligible for the merit-based scholarship, interested students must meet the following requirements: -Achieve high academic standing having participated in a rigorous academic programme in their previous two years of schooling. In most cases students should have an overall average in excess of 85 per cent. -Be an active participant in athletic and/or arts programs either at their school or in the community. -Demonstrate leadership within their current school community and their non-school endeavours. -Have a proven commitment to giving back to others through service within their local community and is able to submit a minimum of one non-academic letter of reference. -Submit a reflective piece on “How you can make a difference in the lives of others.”
The Sir Edmund Walker Scholarship Programme
The Sir Edmund Walker Scholarship Programme awards up to ten one-time $10,000 scholarships to incoming students who demonstrate exceptional leadership skills, both inside and outside of the classroom. The scholarship award is applied against tuition fees, and all scholarship recipients will also be eligible to apply for Appleby’s $3.1 million dollar Financial Assistance Programme.
“With the Sir Edmund Walker Scholarship Programme, we are reinforcing our commitment to supporting exceptionally talented and motivated students who are on the path of becoming tomorrow’s leaders,” said Innes van Nostrand, Principal. “As one of Canada’s most eminent businessmen of his time, Sir Edmund Walker’s vision for Appleby College was to produce potential leaders for the nation, who aspired for more than money, and who understood the importance of the world beyond Canada. This vision lives on today.”
Students interested in applying for the 2016-17 Sir Edmund Walker Scholarship Programme must meet the following requirements:
- Have achieved high academic standing having participated in a rigorous academic programme in their previous two years of schooling. In most cases students should have an overall average in excess of 85% or letter grade of A- or higher.
- Have been an active participant in athletic, arts and/or community involvement either within their school community or externally.
- Have demonstrated leadership within their current school community and their non-school endeavours.
- Have a proven commitment to giving back to others through service within their local community, and is able to submit a minimum of one non-academic letter of reference.
- Have submitted a written reflective piece on “How they can make a difference in the lives of others".
Completed applications must be submitted no later than 12:00 p.m. Monday, January 4, 2016 to:
Appleby College, Admissions Office
540 Lakeshore Road West
Oakville, Ontario L6K 3P1
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