Private schools in Canada have admissions policies, and they require application materials. These may include letters of application, application fees, essays, and tests (such as the SSAT). Many schools also require interviews with prospective students. Schools also use different criteria for evaluating student applications, have different acceptance rates, and target different kinds of students. To improve your child’s chances of acceptance, find out everything you can about a school’s admissions policies and how they assess applicants.
9 - 12
SSAT (out of province)
King's admissions deadlines and fees
Day students: Rolling Homestay students: N/A Offer mid-year entry:
you will be contacted by our Director of Admissions, Sharon Roebbelen. The last two report cards will be requested in preparation for a meeting. An interview will take place (either in person, accompanied by a school tour) or via Zoom, and will include the Director of Admissions, the applicant and parents or guardians. If both the school and family feel the King's program is appropriate for the student, an Invitation to Apply will be sent to the parent. The online application will be assessed and a conditional acceptance may be offered. Following the completion of financial arrangements, including the payment of Capital Levy (once per family), a final acceptance will be issued.
Learn about the percentage of students typically accepted into King's Christian Collegiate. This can help you gauge your chances of getting into this school. For instance, a 95% acceptance rate means a school is relatively easy to get into, while a 10% acceptance rate means it will be difficult to get into.
King's Christian Collegiate acceptance rate: 70%
King's Christian Collegiate student entry points
Schools accept different numbers of students at different grade levels. Learn how many students are accepted into King's Christian Collegiate at each grade level.
Day Acceptance (Acceptance rate)
165 - 170 (70%)
0 - 10 (50%)
0 - 10 (40%)
0 - 10 (30%)
Homestay Acceptance (Acceptance rate)
What type of student King's is looking for:
King's admits students from a wide range of academic and socio-economic backgrounds. Since King's offers only academic courses, students need to be prepared to be fully responsible, independent and autonmous learners. We will help each student on the journey to become that kind of learner by providing expert and highly engaging instruction in a positive and upbeat culture where students love to learn. A culture of respect permeates the school. Students are happy to be here, and staff members are happy to be helpful and encouraging.