The King's Edgehill School is the oldest Canadian school, the year of its foundation is 1788. It is common for joint education, and it is possible to live on a boarding school basis, or you can choose a day-long form of training. At King's-Edgehill School, there is a Junior School (intermediate grade, 7th to 9th grade) and Senior School (senior level, 10-12 grade).
On average, up to 12 students are engaged in one class, and for every 7 students there are about 1 teacher each. The institution is popular among foreigners - borderers represent 21 world countries. First of all, King's-Edgehill School stands out for its quality of education: 100% of graduates enter selected universities, including top universities: Harvard, MIT, Boston College, St. Andrews, Princeton and other world universities-leaders.
The motto of the school is "Be more". "To be more ..." is possible in all areas: more intelligent, more focused, more athletic, more thoughtful, more creative, etc. In students develop a positive outlook on the outside world, teach them to give joy and positive emotions, be more open to Various currents and innovations.