Canadian Accredited Independent Schools

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Canadian Accredited Independent Schools (CAIS) is a national organization for independent schools in Canada. It was formed in October 2009, as the result of a merger between the Canadian Educational Standards Institute and the Canadian Association of Independent Schools.[1] Until February 2011, the organization went by the name of Standards in Excellence And Learning (SEAL Canada).[2]

CAIS Accredited Schools[edit]

CAIS encompasses 93 accredited independent schools, and its aim is to collaborate in the pursuit of leadership, training, research and innovation, and application of international standards. The stated vision of the organization is to be "the voice of excellence in learning and leadership, we shape the future of education in Canada and the world."[3]

CAIS accredited independent schools
Location Gender School Day/Boarding Grades Diploma Year Established
OntarioLakefield, Ontario Co-ed Lakefield College School Both 5-12 Provincial 1879
QuebecMontreal, Quebec Co-ed Academie Solomon Schechter Academy Day PreK-6 Provincial 1969
QuebecWestmount, Quebec Co-ed Akiva School Day K-6 Provincial 1968
QuebecOutremont, Quebec Girls Beth Jacobs Day K-12 Provincial 1969
QuebecSaint-Laurent, Quebec Co-ed Ecole Maimonide Day K-12 Provincial 1969
QuebecCôte_Saint-Luc, Quebec Co-ed Hebrew Academy Day K-11 Provincial 1967
QuebecCôte_Saint-Luc, Quebec Co-ed Academie Yeshiva Yavne Day K-12 Provincial 1960
OntarioBelleville, Ontario Co-ed Albert College Both K-12 Provincial 1857
OntarioOakville, Ontario Co-ed Appleby College Both 7-12 Provincial 1911
Nova ScotiaHalifax, Nova Scotia Co-ed Armbrae Academy Day PreK-12 Provincial 1887
OntarioOttawa, Ontario Co-ed Ashbury College Both 4-12 Provincial 1891
SaskatchewanWilcox, Saskatchewan Co-ed Athol Murray College of Notre Dame Both 9-12 Provincial 1920
ManitobaWinnipeg, Manitoba Girls Balmoral Hall School Both K-12 Provincial 1901
ManitobaWinnipeg, Manitoba Co-ed Gray Academy of Jewish Education Day K-12 Provincial 1902
ManitobaWinnipeg, Manitoba Co-ed St. John's-Ravenscourt School Both K-12 Provincial 1820
OntarioToronto, Ontario Co-ed Bayview Glen School Day K-12 Provincial 1962
QuebecSherbrooke, Quebec Co-ed Bishop's College School Both 7-12 Provincial 1836
OntarioToronto, Ontario Girls Branksome Hall Both K-12 Provincial 1903
AlbertaCalgary, Alberta Co-ed Calgary French and International School Day 9-12 Provincial 1969
AlbertaCalgary, Alberta Co-ed Calgary Jewish Academy Day PreK-9 Provincial 1987
AlbertaCalgary, Alberta Co-ed Lycee Louis Pasteur Day K-12 Provincial 1966
AlbertaCalgary, Alberta Co-ed Rundle College Day PreK-12 Provincial 1985
AlbertaCalgary, Alberta Co-ed West Island College Day 7-12 Provincial 1974
AlbertaOkotoks, Alberta Co-ed Strathcona Tweedsmuir School Day 1-12 Provincial 1971
QuebecMontreal, Quebec Co-ed Centennial Academy Day 7-CEGEP Provincial 1969
British ColumbiaWest Vancouver, B.C. Co-ed Collingwood School Day JK-12 Provincial 1984
Nova ScotiaHalifax, Nova Scotia Co-ed Halifax Grammar School Day JK-12 Provincial 1958
Nova ScotiaWindsor, Nova Scotia Co-ed King's-Edgehill School Both 6-12 Provincial 1788
Nova ScotiaHalifax, Nova Scotia Boys;Girls Sacred Heart School of Halifax Day JK-12 Provincial 1849
Dominion of NewfoundlandSt. John's, Newfoundland Co-ed Lakecrest St. John's Independent School Day K-12 Provincial 1993
British ColumbiaVancouver, British Columbia Co-ed Fraser Academy Day 1-12 Provincial 1982
British ColumbiaVancouver, British Columbia Co-ed King David High School Day 8-12 Provincial 1986
British ColumbiaVancouver, British Columbia Boys St. George's School Both 1-12 Provincial 1930
British ColumbiaVancouver, British Columbia Co-ed Vancouver Talmud Torah Day PreK-7 Provincial 1934
British ColumbiaVancouver, British Columbia Co-ed West Point Grey Academy Day JK-12 Provincial 1996
British ColumbiaVancouver, British Columbia Girls York House School Day JK-12 Provincial 1932
British ColumbiaDuncan, British Columbia Co-ed Queen Margaret's School Both JK-12 Provincial 1921
British ColumbiaMill Bay, British Columbia Co-ed Brentwood College School Both 9-12 Provincial 1923
British ColumbiaShawnigan Lake, British Columbia Co-ed Shawnigan Lake School Both 8-12 Provincial 1916
British ColumbiaVictoria, British Columbia Girls St. Margaret's School[disambiguation needed] Both JK-12 Provincial 1908
OntarioToronto, Ontario Girls Havergal College Both K-12 Provincial 1894
OntarioToronto, Ontario Girls St. Clement's School Day 1-12 Provincial 1901
OntarioToronto, Ontario Girls The Bishop Strachan School Both K-12 Provincial 1867
OntarioToronto, Ontario Boys The Sterling Hall School Day JK-8 Provincial 1987
OntarioToronto, Ontario Boys Royal St. George's College Day 3-12 Provincial 1964
OntarioToronto, Ontario Boys Upper Canada College Both K-12 Provincial 1829
OntarioToronto, Ontario Co-ed The York School Day K-12 Provincial 1965
OntarioRichmond Hill, Ontario Co-ed TMS School Day K-12 Provincial 1961
OntarioToronto, Ontario Co-ed Toronto Waldorf School Day K-12 Provincial 1968
OntarioWhitby, Ontario Girls Trafalgar Castle School Both 5-12 Provincial 1874
OntarioPort Hope, Ontario Co-ed Trinity College School Both 5-12 Provincial 1865
OntarioNewmarket, Ontario Co-ed Pickering College Both K-12 Provincial 1842
OntarioSt. Catharines, Ontario Co-ed Ridley College Both K-12 Provincial 1889
New BrunswickRothesay, New Brunswick Co-ed Rothesay Netherwood School Both 6-12 Provincial 1877
British ColumbiaVictoria, British Columbia Co-ed St. Michaels University School Both K-12 Provincial 1906
QuebecMontreal, Quebec Co-ed Lower Canada College Day K-12 Provincial 1909
QuebecWestmount, Quebec Girls The Study Day K-12 Provincial 1915

References[edit]

  1. ^ 30 October 2009. "The merger of two venerable Canadian educational associations has created a new national voice in independent education", Canada Newswire.
  2. ^ 22 February 2011. "Canadian Independent School Organization Changes Name", Canada Newswire.
  3. ^ Mission, Vision and Values, CAIS website.