Victoria Manor is home to all boarding female students and is only a two-minute walk from main campus. Victoria Manor is located just around the corner on Highland Avenue while the boys’ residence is located on the main campus. The girls enjoy their own fitness center and yoga room at Victoria Manor as well as a full service kitchen where they often cook authentic dishes or cookies with friends. Victoria Manor has a number of common spaces; a TV/recreation room, dining and study room and a living room, as well as lots of outdoor green space.
Study hall is two hours (from 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.) every week night except Fridays. Students are supervised by a residential staff member and a faculty member who helps each student with their homework. The girls often help one another with their homework as well. Following study hall, students often enjoy various activities and relaxing with their fellow boarders. Our students learn to embrace and respect the culture and the diversity of their peers. In addition to the 5 'A’s of Albert College (Academics, Arts, Athletics, Adventure and Active Citizenship), our experienced residential staff assist our students to become leaders of their generations. Although the girls come to Albert College from all over the world, living and learning together creates a special bond that will last a lifetime.
Spend a Day with Us!
Come for a tour and spend the day with us. Attend a class during the day, get to know students and faculty, have lunch with us and participate in a fun athletic practice after school. Then, spend the night in residence with the rest of the girls who will soon become your friends. Please contact us to find out how!
Heather KiddDirector of Enrolment Management & House Director of Victoria ManorHeather has worked at Albert College for over 30 years and has truly made the school her home. She has had the pleasure of living in and overseeing the girls' residence for the past 12 years. Heather enjoys traveling all . . .Read More
Christine Jensen-BellwoodAssistant House Director of Victoria Manor Christine has worked with young people for over 30 years, in residences, classrooms and life skills as well as recreational programs. She has worked as a mental health worker for many years. She and her husband Jim are very . . .Read More
Susan LawesAssistant House Director of Victoria ManorSusan became a member of the Albert College family in 2010, working at the Junior School as a teaching assistant for two years and covering maternity leave at the Early Primary Learning Center the following year. While working, . . .Read More