Selwyn House School
Founded in 1901, this traditional academic boys' school dedicated to French language and culture while maintaining English as the primary language of instruction. As a CEGEP/university-preparatory school, Selwyn House School emphasizes academic excellence through a compassionate and supportive environment. With small class sizes of approximately 15-20 students and programs for kindergarten to Grade 11, Selwyn House enables boys to live a happy, balanced and purposeful life.
Miss Edgar's & Miss Cramp's School (ECS)
This traditional academic girls school was founded in 1909 and promotes a nurturing, hands-on approach to education for girls in kindergarten to Grade 11. The school's philosophy focuses on leadership, character education and social justice. Students enjoy small class sizes of approximately 18 students, which allows staff at ECS to focus on the power and potential of every girl. Students from this prestigious school are well-known for their academic accomplishments. Students from Miss Edgar's and Miss Cramp's School have been acknowledged for their achievements and awarded scholarships for post-secondary education, including the Director General's Merit Scholarship, awarded to one of 10 students in the province of Quebec based on academic merit.
Founded in 1915, this bilingual, traditional day school is recognized as one of Canada's premier girls' schools for students from kindergarten to Grade 11. The Study promotes leadership, confidence, visionary thinking and the development of character. With small class sizes of approximately 12 to 18 students, dedicated teachers focus on helping students achieve their individual goals so that upon graduation she has the values, skills and knowledge to succeed in her chosen path.
Villa Sainte-Marcellines & College International des Marcellines
Founded in 1959, Ville Sainte Marcelline is a traditional academic day school offering girls-only programming from Kindergarten to grade 11, while College International des Marcellines is a coed CEGEP French-language school. Both schools offer enriched programs, a well-rounded curriculum and supportive, welcoming environments. Students are trilingual when they graduate as instruction is provided in French, English and Spanish.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How many Westmount private schools are there?
There are 11 Westmount private schools that are Our Kids trusted members.
How much is tuition at Westmount private schools?
Tuition fees for Westmount private schools range from $9,950 to $61,190 per year with an average tuition of $22,317 per year.
What’s the largest school?
Of the Westmount private schools, the largest is Lower Canada College with 890 students in Grades K to 12.
Are Westmount private schools good?
We interviewed both parents and students. You can read reviews about Westmount private schools on this page.
Is there a private school expo where I can meet with Westmount private schools?
Yes. You can meet with private schools and education experts at the Our Kids Private School Expos held every year in September and October. These events are designed for both parents and students. Find event details and ticket info here.