Students in the Junior School are encouraged to participate in activities outside the classroom.
There are a variety of co-curricular activities in which students can participate depending on their age and interests.
Students participate in clubs and activities both during (lunch) and after school hours. Co-curricular activities include, but are not limited to, knitting & crochet, cooking and baking programmes, individual piano lessons, individual guitar lessons, chess, Primary Choir, Junior Choir, coding and technology programmes and more.
In JK - Grade 3, students can participate in Sport Development Clinics which focus on developing skills in specific sports such as soccer, basketball and volleyball.
For students in Grades 3 - 5, there is a competitive athletics programme where our U10 and U11 sports teams compete against other schools within the Canadian Independent Schools’ Athletic Association. We offer teams in the following sports: cross country running, soccer, basketball, volleyball and track and field.