Nondenominational Multicultural International

Why Choose Scholar's Hall?

Scholars' Hall is the only nondenominational private school in KW. Students from all faiths and all nationalities feel equally at home in SH. In addition, Scholars’ Hall provides courses of study at many levels of instruction, allowing students, not only access to the University of their choice, but, Scholars' Hall gives them an advantage when seeking admission to the much sought after applied degrees at Ontario’s Community Colleges.

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Establish a Life Work Ethic!

The Homework Habit needs to be truly owned by a student. Homework must be given on a daily basis and in amounts that a child perceives as "do-able". At Scholars' Hall the "rule of thumb" for the total amount of homework assigned, each school night, is 5 minutes X's their grade. A Grade 3 student will get 15 minutes of homework while a Grade 11 students will have 55 minutes of homework.

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Tips for a Great Year

Eat Smart Food for breakfast because it is the most important meal for peak academic performance. Serve them an egg sandwich or melted cheese on toast. The protein-carb combo keeps kids energized. Toast up whole-grain bread or frozen whole-grain waffles. The fiber they deliver will keep kid's stomachs satisfied longer and deliver loads of glucose which fuels brain power.

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Recent News

Good News!

Very Good News! For the second year in a row, St. Jude’s-Scholars’ Hall’s high school students have earned a 100% pass rate on the Provincial Literacy Test – with no exclusions. Initial investigations suggests that SJSH is the only school... read more

Thoughts from the Director

Coming soon!

Stay tuned for updates from Director Fred Gore coming to the Scholars Hall, St Jude’s and SJSH websites’ soon! keep reading

Parent & Student Comments

A lot of people have been asking how Nickolas is doing at his new school. I won’t go into too much detail of why he left his public school, but as a parent I am glad I listened to what he was saying and validated his feelings. He has gone from getting in trouble for tripping over his snow pants to excelling at an amazing school. Nickolas was not challenged where he was and not complimented or encouraged. He is now doing amazing. Since January he has done a science fair project, two book reports, a speech (memorized), a project on Nauryz, and a spelling bee.

He is doing fractions, multiplication, and two column math (with carrying). He is treated with respect and kindness and is loving and excelling at his new school. He has regained his self-confidence, and can’t wait to come home and do homework. It goes to show that when you love children, and teach them with the respect they deserve they will grow and develop. Thank you Scholars’ Hall for showing children how incredible they are, and helping my son rise to his full potential! I have my confident son back!

Sue

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