Building Strong Foundations for Lifelong Learning and Success
Embark on an enriching educational journey at Queen’s Collegiate Elementary, where we lay the groundwork for a lifetime of learning and success. Our Elementary program is meticulously designed to inspire curiosity, foster creativity, and instill a love for knowledge in every young mind.
At Queen’s, we go beyond traditional education, providing a dynamic and personalized learning environment that caters to the unique needs of each student. Our dedicated faculty, with a wealth of experience, is committed to cultivating a love for learning, nurturing essential skills, and fostering a positive attitude toward education.
From interactive and engaging lessons to a supportive and inclusive atmosphere, Queen’s Collegiate Elementary is where academic excellence meets holistic development. Welcome to the beginning of a lifelong journey of educational exploration and achievement.
Queen’s Collegiate follows the Ontario Elementary School Curriculum with extended enrichment in science, math, social science, English, French, and Arts.
The Math curriculum is organized in five areas with social-emotional learning skills and mathematical processes taught and assessed through number, algebra, data, spatial sense, and financial literacy.
A central component of the science curriculum is safe, practical, hands-on, experiential learning that will support students in becoming successful, discerning, scientifically, and technologically literate individuals.
The English language curriculum is organized into four strands: Oral Communication, Reading, Writing, and Media Literacy.
Students will learn to read, understand, and communicate in French with growing confidence, while developing the knowledge, skills, and perspectives they need to participate fully as citizens in Canada and in the world.
Social studies is an interdisciplinary subject that draws upon economics, geography, history, law, and politics.
History in Grade 7 and 8 focuses on developing critical thinking of significant historic events and people. Students critically analyze the impact of colonialism, the Indian Act, the residential school system, treaties, and systemic racism on Indigenous individuals and communities in Canada and interpret these events through the prism of moral and ethical dimensions.
Learning through the arts fosters integration of a student’s sensory, cognitive, emotional, and motor capacities.
Amount (Per Academic Year)
Textbooks & Materials
Amount (Per Academic Year)
Airport pick up and drop off
One-on-one Tutoring ( 10 hrs )
Sports, field trips, and other activities
Homestay ( Separate room + 3 meals )
Candidates are required to complete the forms and return all required documents and follow the admissions procedure. We have a rolling admissions process but do encourage students/parents to aim at fall semester (September) or spring semester (February) entrance.
If you are an international student for whom English is not a first language, you are required to start with ESL courses.
Upon submission, our admissions team will get in touch with you to complete the application.