Providing a balanced education for over two centuries, King's-Edgehill School is a university preparatory school (grades 7-12) of 350 young men and women of diverse backgrounds and interests. In our close community of boarders and day students, learning and teaching are honoured, and individual needs are respected and met.
The outstanding acceptance rate of King's-Edgehill graduates into the world's best post-secondary institutions is rooted in academic excellence through our International Baccalaureate Program, and in the development of character through extensive co-curricular activities and expectations. Students participate in an exciting visual and performing arts program, in a competitive and recreational sports program, and in the Cadet corps, which offers outdoor education, community service, and leadership opportunities.
Two centuries of King's-Edgehill School graduates have gone on to distinguish themselves: three Fathers of Confederation, members of federal and provincial legislatures, cabinet ministers, judges and generals, bishops and diplomats, Rhodes Scholars and university Chancellors, authors and actors, doctors and dancers, lawyers and – of course – teachers. Students leave the school with self-confidence and self-discipline.
King's-Edgehill School provides a stimulating learning environment with excellent teachers in a program that meets the academic, athletic, artistic, social, and spiritual needs of each student – a program that encourages healthy competition, responsibility and respect.
Our graduates know the joy that comes from close attention and hard work; they realize that learning is a life-long activity, accept challenge and responsibility with confidence, and achieve wide-ranging goals. We want all our students to be able to compete in a global economy and to leave the world a better place than they found it.
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