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Lakefield College School

Lakefield College School
4391 Country Road 29 
Lakefield, ON  K0L 2H0 

Phone: 705-652.3324 
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School Information:

Gender: Co-Ed
Grades: 9-12
Boarding: Yes


Annual Tuition Fee (Day):
Annual Tuition Fee (Boarding):
$70,000 - $79,200
Financial Assistance:
An independent school education can be affordable. Each year, over thirty percent of LCS students receive financial assistance in the form of a scholarship or bursary. The school annually distributes approximately $2.3 M in financial assistance to one-in-three students.

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The best thing about LCS is our people, the warm community and commitment of our students and staff. These elements lie at the core of a LCS education and the pride of school" radiates from so many who have experiences here. Our beautiful campus, a fantastic 315-acre outdoor classroom with a lake, fields, forests and small residences, enhances this pride. It doesn't feel like a school at all. Yet, our graduates receive offers of admission to exceptional universities around the world, following their passion in a variety of fields.
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Year Founded: 1879
Campus Size: 315 acres

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School Size: 425
Number of Boarding Students: 285
Boarding Grades: 9-12
Number of Day Students: 140
Day Grades: 9-12
University Placement:

Advanced Placement Classes (AP):
  • Calculus   
  • Chemistry   
  • Computer Science   
  • English Language   
  • English Literature   
  • European History   
  • French and Politics.   
  • Lakefield College School offers several first-year university courses through the College Board Advanced Placement Program. These courses offer students the opportunity for enriched study   
  • Lakefield also offers a Grade 11 AP Preparatory course so that the necessary content of the AP courses may be covered fully. To earn an Advanced Placement credit   
  • and a score of 4 or 5 is generally viewed as equivalent to a university credit. Advanced Placement courses are offered at Lakefield College School in Biology   
  • and can provide students applying internationally with additional validation of the rigour of their high school program. Students who enroll in an Advanced Placement course do so in conjunction with the corresponding Ontario course. For some courses   
  • students write an externally evaluated exam in May. The exam is graded out of 5   
  • Alpine Skiing and Snowboarding   
  • Basketball   
  • Board Sailing   
  • Cross Country Running   
  • Dance   
  • Field Hockey   
  • Fitness   
  • Ice Hockey   
  • Kayaking   
  • Nordic Skiing   
  • Riding   
  • Rock Climbing   
  • Rowing   
  • Rugby   
  • Sailing   
  • Soccer   
  • Softball   
  • Tennis   
  • Track and Field   
  • Ultimate Frisbee   
  • Volleyball   
  • Yoga   
  • Book Club   
  • Boyz Dance Club   
  • Chess Club   
  • Drawing and Painting Club   
  • Entrepreneurship Club   
  • Environmental Club   
  • Film Club   
  • Graphic Design   
  • Guitar   
  • Improv   
  • International Club   
  • Makerspace   
  • Model United Nations Club   
  • Photography   
  • Pottery   
  • Robotics   
  • Safe Space Club   
    Arts and Media:
  • Dance and Drama   
  • Debating   
  • Film Club   
  • Graphic Design   
  • Music and Choir   
  • Photography   
  • Pottery   
  • Visual Arts   

  • Admissions

    Application Deadline (Day): Rolling
    Application Deadline (Boarding): Rolling
    Interview Required: Yes
    SSAT Required: Yes
    Application Requirements: 1. Application Form and fee 2. Confidential Teacher Reference 3. School Transcript or Report Cards 5. Interview with a member of the Admissions Team (6. TOEFL testing - international students only)