Posted: January 23, 2019
Buses will run after school today but there will be no late bus run.
*All fees are listed in Canadian dollars (CAD).
|Tuition||Enrolment Fee (one-time fee)|
|Pre-Kindergarten (Part-Time)||$7,900||* $1,000|
|Pre-Kindergarten (Full-Time)||$13,920||* $1,000|
|Junior Kindergarten (Full-Time)||$16,420||* $1,000|
|Senior Kindergarten (Full-Time)||$16,420||* $1,500|
|Grades 1 - 3||$16,420||$2,500|
|Grades 4 - 6||$17,590||$2,500|
|Grades 7 - 8 (Middle School)||$52,260||$58,530|
|Grades 9 - 12 / Post Graduate||$58,750||$64,990|
|Sundry Expense Advance||$1,800||$2,500|
|Enrolment Fee (one-time, non- refundable)||$2,500||$2,500|
* Canadian Residential Fees are only applicable to students with immediate family who reside full-time in Canada.
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|Grades 7 - 8 (Middle School)||$39,500|
|Grades 9 - 12 / Post Graduate||$43,810|
The Five-Day Boarding program is available to students who live in the surrounding area of the school. Students go home on Friday afternoon and return Sunday night for study hall or Monday morning for Chapel. Please contact the Admission Office for more information.
|Tuition||Enrolment Fee (one-time fee)|
|Grades 7 - 8 (Middle School)||$21,040||$2,500|
|Grades 9 - 10||$23,740||$2,500|
|Grades 11 - 12 / Post Graduate||$26,700||$2,500|
This one-time fee is payable upon acceptance of an offer of admission for new students. Receipt of the enrolment fee secures a place for a new student. This fee is not an advance payment of tuition and cannot be applied to other outstanding amounts. The fee is used to fund ongoing property and building rehabilitation.
In order to study in Canada, international boarding students who are applying for an initial Canadian Study Permit or renewal, are required to provide a Notarized Custodianship Declaration as part of their Student Permit application. This original document must be provided by your guardian/representative and submitted with your VISA/study permit application. Albert College requires that each international boarding student has an English speaking custodian, over the age of 21, residing in the Province of Ontario, while attending school. An international family may identify their own Canadian-based custodian for their son or daughter. A custodian could be a family member or close friend of the family. If a student does not have a custodian living in Canada they must be prepared to pay a fee to an outside agency. Albert College works with International Student Guardianship Canada (ISGC) who offer various custodianship packages and immigration support to international families (firstname.lastname@example.org). Please contact them or an agency of your choice to ensure timely visa processing.
Please see our GUARDIANSHIP page for more information.
Students whose first language is not English (ELL – English Language Learners) must be prepared to pay this fee based on the results of diagnostic testing and the recommendation of the Assistant Head – Senior School. ESL students may require special tutoring or a special ESL class, extra time for exam writing and other language accommodations.
Students whose first language is not English (ELL – English Language Learners) must be prepared to pay this fee based on the results of diagnostic testing and the recommendation of the Assistant Head – Senior School. ESL students will require special tutoring or ESL class. Additionally, preparation for the Grade 10 Ontario Literacy Test, IELTS/TOEFL prep work, group sessions and December testing, extra time for exam writing and other language accommodations are included.
English language learners who have four years or less of full-time study in an English language school system in an English-speaking country must complete a standardized language test to apply to universities and colleges in Canada. The top two recommended and recognized tests are: International English Language Testing System (IELTS) or Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). These tests are designed to assess the language ability of students who aim to study, work, immigrate and integrate into an English-speaking environment.
These tests provide a score that is required to apply to most Universities in Canada, the United Kingdom, the United States and other English-speaking institutions around the world. The required score is different and determined by each University. At Albert College we have found that our students are finding it difficult to meet the minimum standards. With the new English Language Preparation and Testing Program now being offered for Albert College ESL students, our students get the support they need and have greater success.
Please Note: Albert College students who have written the IELTS or TOEFL tests and not met the minimum scores, must be prepared to participate in this ELPT Program based on the recommendation of the Assistant Head - Senior School.
The English Language Preparation and Testing Program is for Albert College students in Grades 10 through 12 who are preparing for a Post-Secondary program in English, who need to achieve or exceed the minimum IELTS score (6.5 overall, with no less than 6.0 on any band score).
The ELPT Program includes IELTS Superpack preparation material, specialized group sessions and practices, and on-site oral and written tests (December and/or May). The Fall program also includes a second test date and transportation (October or November).
Fall Program fee is $1,000 and includes two tests (September to December)
Spring Program fee is $600 and includes one test (January to May)
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