There are many private and independent day schools in the Ottawa region, such as Académie de la Capitale, IB World School, Ashbury College, Counterpoint Academy, Elmwood School, Joan of Arc Academy, Lycee Claudel, Macdonald-Cartier Academy, Westboro Academy, a number of Montessori schools and alternative language schools. We have put together a list of a few to help you in your search for Ottawa Private Schools.Schools.
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Counterpoint Academy is a private elementary school for girls and boys with locations in Kanata (West). Counterpoint Academy West enriched curriculum stresses high quality academics. Counterpoint Academy also offers preschool daycare, kindergarten, before and after school childcare and tutoring services. Book your visit with us today!
Elmwood School's dynamic all-girls' environment lets students from JK to Grade 12 achieve academic success, develop creativity, and learn self-confidence. Our exceptional faculty members understand how girls learn and grow Graduates study at prestigious world universities, many in science or engineering.
Académie Westboro Academy is a bilingual, coeducational, day school for JK-Grade 8 located in a beautiful park setting near Carleton University. Our dedicated and dynamic teachers offer an enriched academic foundation as part of a well rounded education.
Academie de la Capitale is Ottawa's West End bilingual, IB World School. We offer 21st century beyond the classroom learning. All AcadeCap learners are engaged in experiential learning to transcend boundaries. C'est un apprentissage qui transcende les frontieres!
As one of the leading independent schools in Ottawa, Ashbury College has built an excellent reputation throughout the country. Founded by George P. Woollcombe in 1891, Ashbury has maintained a strong tradition of education and academic preparation for university.
For nearly 60 years, Joan of Arc Academy has delivered a unique, enriched bilingual program. It develops the potential of young girls from JK to Grade 8 in such a way that they become fluently bilingual and are consistently accepted into the highly competitive specialized programs such as Arts, Gifted, and International Baccalaureate at the high schools of their choice.