Windsor and Wolfville Private Schools

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  • Windsor, Nova Scotia
    College Rd/King St
  • 6 to 12 Coed
  • $19,950 to $63,550

Benefitting from its safe and beautiful Nova Scotia location, King's-Edgehill facilitates the opportunity for every student to Be More – in the classroom, on the sports fields, on stage, in the community and beyond.

  • Day/Boarding
  • Traditional
  • International Baccalaureate
King's-Edgehill School 19950 MiddleSchools HighSchools Day Boarding Coed


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How many Windsor and Wolfville private schools are there?
There is 1 Windsor and Wolfville private school that is an Our Kids trusted member.

How much is tuition at Windsor and Wolfville private schools?
Tuition fees for Windsor and Wolfville private schools range from $18,800 to $58,800 per year with an average tuition of $40,617 per year.

What’s the largest school?
Of the Windsor and Wolfville private schools, the largest is King's-Edgehill School with 395 students in Grades 6 to 12.

Are Windsor and Wolfville private schools good?
We interviewed both parents and students. You can read reviews about Windsor and Wolfville private schools on this page.

Is there a private school expo where I can meet with Windsor and Wolfville 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.

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