At Albert College, every student, from Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 12 experience all 5 of Albert's 'A's that are integral to an Albert College education. Academics is, of course our primary focus, but all students participate in the Arts, Athletics, Active Citizenship and Adventure programming as well. We strive to inspire excellence in all 5 of the 'A's, ensuring students develop into well-rounded global citizens within our close family environment. Our students graduate as confident and courageous individuals who are well prepared for their post-secondary education and beyond.
- Over 160 years of experience
- Student leadership
- Dedicated faculty and staff
- International student body from 15 nations
- Inclusive, welcoming and supportive family environment
- English as a Second Language (ESL) programming and instruction
- Unique English Foundation Year (EFY) Program
- 100% of graduates are attending post-secondary schools
- English as a Second Language (ESL) Summer School offered
Our Take: Albert College
When Albert College was founded, British North America was a group of colonies—confederation was still decades away—and Prince Albert, for who the school is named, was still alive. The college has had, clearly, a very long life, something that grants a unique life to the school and a unique perspective on learning. When students study WWII, for example, they learn about Lloyd George Bishop, an alumni who was killed in action in the first full year of that war. When they gather at the holidays, they sing the “Boar’s Head Carol,” just as their predecessors have done for, literally, more than a century. Yes, those are just details, but what they suggest to students can be quite galvanizing, namely that they are participating in something far larger than themselves. Moreover, the school, throughout its life, has remained at the leading edge of education in the country—when it was founded, it was co-ed, which was unusual for the time—offering a robust liberal arts education, with a focus on citizenship and character, preparing students for post-secondary study. Classes are small, the feel is close knit. More than ever, the school attracts a diverse student population, drawn from across Canada and around the world. The campus is very well appointed, with access to outdoor athletics and recreational spaces, and host to a long list of co-curricular activities. In every way, there's a lot to love.