At King's College School we are dedicated to providing a nurturing and safe environment for your child.
We are ideally suited for the engaged, motivated, and bright child who wants the freedom to learn in his or her own way. Students can attend in person, online, or a mix of both.
Our extraordinary results speak for themselves: 100% of our graduates go to university, 100% of graduates are accepted to their university of first choice, and 100% of graduates receive scholarship offers.
Our Take: King's College School for Bright and Gifted Children
The King’s program was designed to meet the needs of students who are, academically, at the very top of their peer group. It’s challenging, though it also doesn’t shirk from some of the basics that get short shrift elsewhere, such as mental math, grammar, and vocabulary. Those things may sound old and dusty to some, but, in the workplace, they are the equivalent of a coat and tie—without them, you’re not really dressed for success. Explicit attention is also given to higher order skills and attributes, such as interpersonal relations, communication, self-reflection, confidence, and leadership. The intention is to graduate students who aren’t simply primed to succeed at university, but to excel there, blazing a trail through to a satisfying and fulfilled professional life. The students that King’s addresses have many gifts, though they need support, too, including a sense of belonging within a context that recognizes and values their interests and abilities. For the right student, the experience can be transformative.
What does learning at King's College School for Bright and Gifted Children look like now?
King’s transitioned from classes in our school house to ‘Classes at Home’ right after March Break. Our students have been keeping to their regular timetables, checking in for attendance, meeting with their teachers face-to-face virtually at the start of every class, and working together collaboratively.
Our Plans for Fall 2020:
King’s classes will resume, as usual, the day after Labour Day – this year, on Tuesday, September 8, 2020. Due to COVID-19 and the threat of a possible second wave, it remains uncertain how schools will be allowed to operate in the Fall, but at King’s we will be running face-to-face virtual Classes at Home and, if and when allowed, in-school classes concurrently. This will allow families who may have vulnerable family members and who would prefer not to send their child to a physical school to know that their student can continue with their education at home while still being fully participative members of their class.
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