Take the confidential Academic Records form to the principal, head of guidance or teacher at the applicant’s current school, and ask that the completed form and academic reports be mailed directly to King’s-Edgehill School.
Sign the parent authorization section of the form in advance, directing your child’s school to release the necessary information. Parents are reminded that full disclosure of all information pertinent to their child’s application (academic, social, etc.) is expected. Failure to do so could result in withdrawal of an offer of admission or in dismissal.
Please contact the Admissions Department (firstname.lastname@example.org or 902-798-2278) to arrange a tour of the campus and an interview. One or both parents or guardians should accompany the applicant. Whenever possible, we encourage a prospective student to visit for a day. The applicant would tour with a current KES student, attend classes, enjoy lunch and then return to Marshall House to write the entrance test and interview with our Headmaster. While the prospective student is visiting, the Director of Admissions or the Associate Director of Admissions will conduct a separate tour for parents or guardians.
All students whose first language is English are required to take the entrance test and all boarding applicants who cannot travel to the Windsor area may take the test under the supervision of a responsible individual in their home area. If it is necessary for you to do this, please notify the Admissions Department.
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KES inspires academic, athletic and artistic excellence with a commitment to the traditional community ideals of gentleness and learning, dignity and respect, so that students may discover and cultivate their unique potential, prepare for post-secondary education and develop a life-long enthusiasm for the spiritual and intellectual growth necessary to flourish in the contemporary world.