Experience the Ashbury Advantage
This is my first year at Ashbury and I already feel at home. Everyone is really welcoming and there are so many people to help and encourage you.
-Chris, Grade 9
The teachers here really want to help you and they make themselves available. Plus, the diversity on campus is a great ways to learn about other countries and cultures.
-AyoTemi, Grade 12
The teachers at Ashbury are really enthusiastic. They want you to learn and they work to keep you challenged.
-Emily, Grade 9
A well-rounded education is the foundation upon which children grow, experience new things and spark interest in future pursuits.
Why Ashbury College?
Senior School Grades 9-12
At Ashbury College we accept day and boarding students into our Senior School.
While we do accept applications year round, our day program is competitive, so we advise you to apply early for entry the following September. We do consider applications for Grades 10 and 11 although spaces are limited and offers are made dependent on space. We rarely accept students into Grade 12.
Boarding students are admitted predominantly into Grade 9, 10 and 11, with few openings in Grade 12. Our boarding program has a rolling admissions process, however spaces are usually filled by March of each year.
Find out more about our boarding facilities
Junior School Grades 4-8
Each year the Junior School admits new girls and boys to one Grade 4 class and two Grade 7 classes. Although few girls and boys leave the Junior School before graduation, applications for Grades 5, 6 and 8 are kept on file in the event that places become available.
The Junior School offers First Round Admissions in December by applying in October and November. Students not admitted in December will have their applications brought forward for consideration in our Second Round of Admissions which takes place in March.
Please note that a limited number of positions are available for the French Social Studies homeroom in Grade 7. This class is for students who wish to experience additional exposure to French conversation beyond regular French lessons. Students who commit to the French Social Studies are grouped for Home Form periods, as well as science classes, in order to give them more opportunities for instruction in French.
Admissions Dates for Entry 2017-18*
Limited positions in select grades still available. Contact admissions to learn more.
All Applicants must write either our standardized in house examination to assess skills in English and Math – CAT or the SSAT. More information on the SSAT can be found at: ssat.org
For students applying from afar, please contact the admissions office.
* Day students only. For information on boarding dates contact Louise Di Prisco.