1899 in Toronto, moved to Aurora campus in 1926
Kevin R. McHenry, appointed in 2009
B.BA(Hons.), Wilfrid Laurier University; B.Ed., University of Western Ontario; M.Ed., University of Toronto
390 day students
260 boarding students from 25 countries
Male: 46 (69%)
Female: 21 (31%)
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 have tablet computers and conduct and submit their coursework online.
Advanced Placement Tests:
St. Andrew;s College is a member of the Council of AP Schools in Ontario (CAPSON). In 2018, 35% of students in the Class of 2018 and 50% of the CLass of 2019 wrote at least one AP exam. 88% of the 154 exams written in16 subjects were scored 3 or higher; 77% were scored 4 or higher. 25% of students taking AP exams earned scholar status.
Special Academic Programs:
McEwen Leadership; Enriched French; Engineering & Robotics; AP Capstone; CIS eLearning Consortium; Math, Science & Geography Competitions; Public Speaking & Debating; Arts; Residential Life Curriculum.
Belgium & France Battlefields Tour; St. Andrew’s Society for Service Around the World (SASSAW); Harvard Association Cultivating Inter American Democracy (HACIA Summit); Cadet; Music; Extended French authentic experience trips to France and St. Donat; etc.
40 hours of community service required.
$35,680 - Day Students
$38,305- Day Students requiring a study permit
$60,400 - Boarding Students
$66,375- International Boarding Students
$2.6 million awarded to 171 boys (27% of our student population).
University Acceptances for 2017:
The 115 members of the Class of 2017 received 513 offers of admission; 397 from Ontario, 44 outside Ontario, 55 U.S., and 17 international. On average there were 4.5 acceptances for each student and 80% graduated as Ontario Scholars.