Information for New Families
For your planning purposes, please check the calendar for the 2017-2018 school year dates.
Senior School Course Selection
Course selection for all new Senior School students (Grades 9-12) is now available (view the 2017–18 Academic Guide for course information). Our Students Services department will be contacting you in the coming weeks; however, you may reach out to our academic counsellors in advance. Please find their contact information below.
Grade 9 & 10: Anjelien Slater email@example.com or 613-749-9630 ext. 229
Non-IB 11: Sarah Kehoe firstname.lastname@example.org or 613-749-9630 ext. 229
Grade 11 & 12 Full IB: Marilynne Sinclair email@example.com or 613-749-9630 ext. 280
Grade 12 non-IB:Christine Tordon; firstname.lastname@example.org or 613-749-9630 ext. 218 and Sarah Kehoe email@example.com or 613-749-9630 ext. 229
For students entering Grades 9-12 our Student Services Office requires a copy of your child's final current-grade report card. Please send this document directly to Ms. Paula Rizzuti at firstname.lastname@example.org or by fax at 613-749-9724.
Online tuition payment for International Students
Our international student payments portal makes it easy and affordable for families to pay local currency, or the currency of choice, from a home bank account. Try it today.
Student Computer Specifications
Students in Grades 7–12 are expected to bring their own computing device to school each day. This personal computing device needs to meet the Device Specifications recommended by the school.
Wellness Centre Information and Student Health Information
All new students will be required to complete information for our Wellness Centre. Please complete the following forms:
Ashbury Bus Program
2017–18 details to be confirmed soon
Please click on the following Boarding Welcome for information about living on campus. We have compiled a list of accommodations near the campus to help you plan your stay.
A student visa is required for all students, who are non-Canadian passport holders, to study at Ashbury College. Please contact Mrs. Louise Paoli di Prisco to request the required Letter of Enrollment which is used with your student visa application. We will require a copy of your passport to complete the Letter of Enrollment which you may email directly to Ms. Laura Clarke.
Summer School, Camps, and Academic Prep
There are a number of opportunities to explore Ashbury's programming and campus prior to September. Check out our options for kids aged 5 to 17.
Be a part of Ashbury’s annual science fete taking place Wednesday, April 26. Senior School students will be presenting projects on a wide range of topics! Come listen, ask questions and provide feedback to our student scientists. Please email Susan Wall at email@example.com if you are interested in participating as a listener (a science background is not required).
Join us on May 1 for this free event, featuring Julie Lythcott-Haims, author of How to Raise an Adult: Break Free of the Overparenting Trap and Prepare Your Kid For Success.
Ashbury Community Coed Spring Basketball
From May 5–June 23 the Ashbury Basketball Program is offering a Spring League for 9–14 year-old boys and girls. The program is open to current Ashbury students and students from the local community.