Albert College lies on 25 acres in beautiful Belleville, Ontario, Canada. There are two main buildings located on campus, the Junior School and the Middle/Senior School. The Senior School building also includes the junior and senior boys’ residences, Baker House and Graham Hall. The Senior School is a historic gothic style building that was built in 1923. There are plenty of large trees and outdoor areas to relax, read, study or play games. For those who like to walk, jog, or bike, a large waterfront park and marina is located just minutes from the College on the beautiful Bay of Quinte.

Senior School Facilities

Albert College offers its Senior School students many different resources and modern facilities including: Midi Music, MAC and PC Computer Labs; a Resource Centre and Library with 14,000 volumes; wireless internet access in all classrooms and residences; classrooms are equipped with Smart Boards™; an indoor swimming pool, two squash courts, full service gymnasium and a fitness room (at Albert College and Victoria Manor); outdoor tennis courts, a number of different sports fields and an outdoor quad with picnic tables; and a common room lounge with pool table, comfy couches and a big screen television.

Albert College continues to embrace technology. We have two fully equipped computer labs, a Mac lab and a midi-music Mac lab. Each lab contains 20 or more computer workstations, video projectors, printers, scanners and other peripheral devices. There are also a number of smart classrooms in both the Math and Science departments. Smart classrooms are equipped with at least six PC workstations for students and a SMART Board™ for teacher lectures. Both of these technical resources allow for a collaborative environment where students are able to resolve many of the academic challenges they encounter. Smart classrooms are equipped with video projectors and other peripheral devices.

Memorial Chapel


Albert College's Memorial Chapel is located at the centre of the school. Faculty, residential staff and students begin their day here with an assembly. On certain days, this 15-minute gathering will include announcements relating to school events and features prefect thematic presentations.

Each Wednesday morning, there is a more formal Chapel Service of approximately 30 minutes when students are expected to wear their dress one uniform. More formal services are also conducted in November (Remembrance Day), at Christmas, Easter and at Convocation.

Although the heritage of our chapel worship is Christian in nature, great care is taken to honour all religious traditions. Guest speakers and faculty share knowledge of these traditions with the entire school community in the chapel setting. These Wednesday services also include presentations that raise awareness about important issues in the community and globally.

Ackerman Hall

There is no better time for a family to come together than meal times. The meal times at Albert College are always an opportunity to sit, enjoy food, friends and family. One of Albert's many fine features is its beautiful dining room, Ackerman Hall. This great hall has seen many students from all cultures dine together over the years. The flags on display are symbols of the many countries represented in our international community.

Albert owns its food service and offers cafeteria style breakfast, lunch and dinner as well as morning and afternoon snacks. It offers high quality, fresh, homemade, wholesome meals seven days a week. A full array of choices includes a salad bar at every meal and fresh baked goods including muffins, croissants and dinner rolls, home made pies and cakes. The menu is planned with consideration being given to the students' eating preferences and allergies, with menu choices like soups, pasta dishes, vegetarian selections and ethnic dishes being some of the favourites. Ackerman Hall is fortunate to have a dedicated staff with years of experience to provide a happy, healthy environment for students.

Health and Wellness Centre

At Albert College, students have access to two Health Centres on campus. The main Health Centre is located in the main school building and is accessible to both male and female students. An additional Health Centre is located in the female residence at Victoria Manor. Both are equipped with hospital beds and examination facilities to deal with health- related issues.

A nurse is available on a 24-hour basis. Doctors come to Albert College to hold clinics twice a week. They have access to numerous medical and paramedical facilities close to the school. The nurses are able to efficiently arrange referrals to specialists, dentists, orthodontists or counselling services.

The Guild Shop

The Guild Shop sells all school uniform items and school sports clothes, as well as a variety of Albert College souvenirs and memorabilia and sundry items such as snacks and stationery. It is located on the lower floor of Graham Hall. The proceeds from Guild Shop sales are donated directly back Albert College and are utilized for a variety of enhancements which benefit all students. 

Facility Rentals

Albert College facilities are rented only to alumni, staff, former staff and community groups who have a relationship or affiliation with the school. All requests that meet the criteria must be recorded in a formal application and submitted to the Management Team for approval. Please review the fees, policies and conditions prior to submitting your application.

Facilities available for rental include:

Ackerman Hall (capacity 250) – available only when school is not in session
Great Hall, Junior School (capacity 200)
Memorial Chapel (capacity 200 downstairs and 75 on the balcony)
Wedding Photographs – inside and outside
Gymnasium, Senior/Middle School – Monday and Wednesday from 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. only
Classrooms – Evenings and weekends only
Fields  – provided there is no conflict with athletic schedule
Residences – Approximately the third week of June to the second week of August

Please note that smoking is not permitted anywhere on campus. Alcohol is permitted only when students are not on campus (break, weekends or summer holidays). A liquor licence is required for an event that is serving alcohol.


For further information:

Email reception@albertcollege.ca or call 613-968-5726