Selwyn House School
- Selwyn House School
95, chemin Côte St-Antoine
- T 00 1 514 931-9481
- F 00 1 514 931-6118
- E email@example.com
- W www.selwyn.ca
- Memberships: Québec Association of Independent Schools (QAIS); Canadian Association of Independent Schools (CAIS); National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS); International Boys’ Schools Coalition. Cum Laude Society (U.S.); Canadian Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreations and Dance
- State/Independent: Independent: private non-profit
- Lower School Ages: 5-12
- Lower School Sexes: Boys
- Lower School Numbers: 265 boys, grades K-6
- Middle School Ages: 12-14
- Middle School Sexes: Boys
- Middle School Numbers: 130 boys, grades 7-8
- Senior School Ages: 14-17
- Senior School Sexes: Boys
- Senior School Numbers: 175 boys, grades 9-11
- Teaching Language: English and French
- SEN: SEN considered case by case
- Boarding: Not available
- Uniform: Yes
- School Year: 3 terms from early September to early June. Holidays two weeks Christmas; two weeks March; summer. Canadian statutory plus some discretionary religious bank holidays.
- School Hours: Elementary 8.25 – 3.25, Middle and Senior 8.25 – 2.45 or 4.30 according to schedule.
- Fee Currency: Canadian Dollar
- Fee Details: 2016-2017: K: C$17,850; Grades 1-2: C22,150; Grades 3-4: C$23,000; Grades 5-6: C$23,200; Grades 7-8: C$22,500; Grade 9: C$22,250; Grades 10-11: C$21,650. International students may be assessed an additional fee of C$4,392. Fees include meals, supplementary activities, books, laptop rental, Ipad rental and the Lucas building fund.
- Fee Extras: After-School Program, individual sport program fees, music, winter carnival, overnight trips, etc.
- Religion: Non-denominational
Canadian Educational Standards Institute - CESI Canadian Educational Standards Institute www.cesi.edu Mission of CESI is to promote educational excellence through a rigorous school accreditation process. With authority to do this from the Canadian government, CESI has developed meticulous educational and operational standards and evaluates the performance of member schools in meeting those standards in the fulfillment of their missions. Member schools must be corporations with Boards that operate at arm's length from the administration of the school, and maintain high educational and personal standards for their students while providing preparation for higher education. The schools' statements of purposes and objectives reflect legitimate educational and social goals. Schools must have five years of experience and must, within three years, be ready to undergo the full evaluation and accreditation process.
Quebec Ministry of Education