The Most Expensive Private Schools In Canada

St. Michael’s University School
St. Michael’s University School

The Most Expensive Private Schools In Canada- Regardless of their teaching philosophies–from rigorous academics to outdoor education–these Canadian private schools put the E in an elite.

While the play has its place in school, children build their foundation for later learning during this period and their brains develop nearly to their fullest. Private education is of value for all year groups. Knowing the significance of the early years makes it imperative to consider your child’s schooling at this time.

Their basic tuition fees may make your jaw drop (nevermind the families with more than one child in attendance) but they’re really just the beginning. Other costs–from “personal service fees” to “wireless internet costs”–add up, making a degree from Harvard seem downright affordable in comparison.

The Most Expensive Private Schools In Canada

 

10.Havergal College

Havergal College
Havergal College

Where: Toronto, Ontario
Yearly tuition: $32,750–$59,875
Grades: JK to 12
Number of students: 900+

Claim to fame: Founded in 1894, Havergal is considered one of Toronto’s top schools. Lois Lane – or rather, actress Margot Kidder – studied here, as did Rachel Blanchard and a host of pioneering women in politics, the arts, and sports.

 

9. Bishop Strachan School

Bishop Strachan School
Bishop Strachan School

Where: Toronto, Ontario
Yearly tuition: $32,060–$60,730
Grades: JK to 12
Number of students: 900

Claim to fame: BSS was founded in 1867 with the intention of educating girls to be leaders. Among the leading women who studied here was women’s rights activist Emily Murphy, the first female magistrate in the British Empire.

 

8. Branksome Hall

Branksome Hall
Branksome Hall

Where: Toronto, Ontario
Yearly tuition: $31,915–$34,915
Grades: JK to 12
Number of students: 900

Claim to fame: Founded in 1903, Branksome Hall has produced politicians, journalists, and entrepreneurs such as twin sisters Jennifer and Fiona Lees, founders of Balmshell Cosmetics. The all-girls’ school has a sister campus in South Korea.

 

7.Trinity College School

Trinity College School
Trinity College School

Where: Port Hope, Ontario
Yearly tuition: $24,750–$65,250
Grades: 5 to 12
Number of students: 578

Claim to fame: TCS was founded in 1865 and its alumni include inventor and the radio pioneer Reginald Fessenden and Life of Pi author Yann Martel.

 

6.The York School

The York School
The York School

Where: Toronto, Ontario
Yearly tuition: $24,100–$31,100
Grades: JK to 12
Number of students: 600+

Claim to fame: Founded in 1965 as a nursery school, TYS was the first school in Canada to offer all three levels of the International Baccalaureate Program.

 

5.St. George’s School

St. George’s School
St. George’s School

Where: Vancouver, B.C.
Yearly tuition: $22,450–$68,085
Grades: 1 to 12
Number of students: 1,150

Claim to fame: Hong Kong billionaire Peter Lam, Korean rapper Tablo, Paralympic swimmer Donovan Tildesley and Bedouin Soundclash frontman Jay Manilowski are some of the school’s diverse alumni.

 

4. Brentwood College School

Brentwood College School

Where: Mill Bay, B.C.
Yearly tuition: $22,000–$69,600
Grades: 9 to 12
Number of students: 515

Claim to fame: Since its founding in 1923, Brentwood College School has produced 24 Olympians, 21 of whom participated in rowing events. The school hosts an annual regatta too.

 

3.Montcrest School

Montcrest School
Montcrest School

Where: Toronto, Ontario
Yearly tuition: $19,975–$39,300
Grades: JK to 8
Number of students: 300

Claim to fame: Montcrest School was founded in 1961 with only seven students. You can opt for the small class program, which ensures a small teacher to student ratio and individual attention.

 

2.St. Michael’s University School

St. Michael’s University School
St. Michael’s University School

Where: Victoria, B.C.
Yearly tuition: $18,500–$38,590
Grades: K to 12
Number of students: 995

Claim to fame: Founded in 1906, SMUS counts politicians, writers, entertainers and sports stars like NBA great Steve Nash among its alumni.

 

1.Ridley College

Ridley College
Ridley College

Where: St. Catharines, Ontario
Yearly tuition: $16,500–$65,700
Grades: JK to 12
Number of students: 700+

Claim to fame: Ridley was founded in 1889 and has students from more than 45 countries.

 

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