A Foundation for Future Success

Our Senior Years Program (Grades 9-12) is focused on preparing our students for life after SMS. Our hope is that time spent here will provide each girl with noble ambitions and huge dreams, and our goal is to help her leave with a plan to achieve them. We recognize that learning occurs at different times and in different ways; our learning environment respects the diversity that exists amongst our students and supports the development of each girl. Ready to Apply? Visit Admissions.

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Curriculum

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  • Advanced Placement (AP): Students who excel in a particular subject can choose to participate in advanced programs – including honours programs and Advanced Placement (AP) courses – which are customized to match the achievement and interest of individual students in a given year.

School Profile 2017-18

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Prospectus

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NCGS All-Girls Brochure

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Post-Secondary Planning

At the core of our mission is the belief that higher education is a powerful and valuable experience – one that opens doors, offers opportunities, and is integral to the continuing growth and development of our students.

We are dedicated to ensuring every girl has the opportunity to thrive – in her studies and career, and in life. We equip our students with the knowledge, attitudes, and confidence needed to continue learning after graduation. This requires more than outstanding academic preparation; it also requires a plan.

The path will be different for each girl, but each student will begin the next phase of her life with a goal in mind and a plan to make it real.

Our Academic Services offer:

  • Guidance: helps students explore career paths, postsecondary programs and their own strengths and interests. The Guidance Office  also organizes student trips to education and career fairs, career speakers, university information nights, and visits from university and college representatives from major schools across Canada, the US, and abroad.
  • Academic Advisors: assist students selection, graduation and university entrance requirements.
  • Learning support: staff work with students, teachers, and parents under a collaborative model to provide the best learning opportunities for all students.
  • Peer Tutoring: students assist other students in specific academic areas. Students who would like the assistance of a peer tutor must complete a request form and have the request approved by their subject teacher.

“St. Margaret’s is amazing. The entire faculty goes above and beyond. Our daughter is nurtured and supported in all areas. She loves the ability to try many new things as well as focus on those she loves best. Small class sizes and an all girls environment provides a peaceful setting.”

Erin Solbakken - Parent