Next to you and your home, the second most important people and place in your children’s lives are their teachers and their school.
Scholars’ Hall offers . . .
- Kitchener/Waterloo’s only nondenominational, multicultural, international, coeducational, JK to Grade 12, preparatory school.
- an opportunity to learn with and from students from around the world in a unique multicultural educational environment.
- a personalized curriculum that expects, promotes and celebrates good person-hood and world citizenship.
- a traditional, teacher directed school based upon family values and olde school standards of conduct.
- expert post-secondary guidance leading to an outstanding University and College acceptance rate.
- a close working relationship with parents complemented by numerous report cards, interviews and daily journals keeping parents informed, involved and up-to-date.
- a b, competitive House League and Extra-Curricular clubs designed to introduce artistic, sporting, intellectual, and cultural pursuits encouraging all students to become involved and active.
- a second-to-none Fine Arts elementary and high school credit program with Homer Watson Gallery’s Artist-in-Residence.
- high academic expectations and standards appropriate for each student’s personal potential.
- homework/study skills and organizational strategies taught in every subject resulting in a b life-long personal work ethic.
- a school where students are challenged with consistency, understanding, fairness, a sense of personal responsibility and excellent teaching.
Scholars’ Hall strives . . .
- to provide every student with a superior education.
- to be focused but still flexible in its responsibility to educate.
- to do all three – individualize, accommodate and accelerate.
- to provide students a learning environment with other “nice kids”.
- to ensure that students will not be concerned about personal safety, harassment, bullying, academic mediocrity, falling through the cracks, inappropriate peer influences, or loss of individuality.
- to be very responsive to parental needs, concerns and requests.
- to promote and encourage a b work ethic, open communication, and the development of positive character traits.
- to allow for and enhance the development of b, positive social and interpersonal skills.
- to consistently maintain an academic focus in class with a daily expectation to produce work of a high personal standard.
- to provide the opportunity, the knowledge, the independent skills and the strength of character to be successful in University or College and beyond.