1899 in Toronto, moved to Aurora campus in 1926
Kevin R. McHenry, appointed in 2009
BBA(Hons.) Wilfrid Laurier University; B.Ed. The University of Western Ontario;
M.Ed. The University of Toronto
358 Day students
256 Boarding students from 25 countries
Male: 50 (76%)
Female: 16 (24%)
Faculty with advanced degrees:
Meets the guidelines set forth by the Ontario Ministry of Education and is enriched to provide a wide assortment of electives and Advanced Placement (AP) courses. Students all have tablet computers, and conduct and submit their coursework online.
Advanced Placement Tests:
In 2011, 57% percent of students in the Class of 2011 and 31% in the Class of 2012 wrote at least one AP exam. Sixty-eight percent scored a 3 or better.
Special Academic Programs:
McEwen Leadership; Enriched French; Engineering & Robotics; CIS eLearning Consortium; Math, Science & Geography Competitions; Public Speaking & Debating; Arts; Residential Life Curriculum.
Australia Exchange; Belgium & France Battlefield Tour; St. Andrew’s Society for Service Around the World (SASSAW); Harvard Association Cultivating Inter American Democracy (HACIA Summit); Cadet and Music trips.
40 hours of community service required.
Day Students - $30,280
Boarding Students - $48,725
$1.9 million awarded to 125 boys (21% of our student population).
University Acceptances for 2012:
The 113 members of the Class of 2012 received 444 offers of admission, 125 outside Ontario. On average there were 3.9 acceptances for each student. The graduating class received $716,550 in scholarships and awards toward their post-secondary education, and 71% graduated as Ontario Scholars. See our Graduate Summary.
Approval and Accreditation:
Conference of Independent Schools (CIS) http://www.cisontario.ca/
International Boys’ School Coalition (IBSC) http://www.theibsc.org/
National Association of Boarding Schools (NAIS) http://www.nais.org/
Canadian Accredited Independent Schools(CAIS) http://www.cais.ca/
The Association of Boarding Schools (TABS) http://www.boardingschools.com/