|Welcome to the website of Armbrae Academy. An independent, university preparatory, co-educational, non-denominational day school from Preschool to Grade 12, Armbrae is accredited by CAIS (Canadian Accredited Independent Schools), the first and one of only four independent schools in Nova Scotia that is. Armbrae is a not-for profit school with CRA Charitable status and it is governed by an arm's-length Board. |
We hope this website will provide you with the information you are looking for. We also hope it will give you some sense of who and what we are. Nonetheless, neither this site nor our prospectus or other print material is able to convey what being a student at Armbrae is really like on a day to day basis. So, we encourage you and your child to visit the school and discuss with us how your child and Armbrae might be a good match.
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|Ms. Sajatovich wins Prime Minister's Award for Teaching Excellence|
We are delighted to announce that Ms. Stephanie Sajatovich has received one of the Prime Minister's Awards for Teaching Excellence for 2012.
Stephanie was one of only 67 educators across Canada to receive this award in 2012. In addition, she was 1 of only 3 independent school teachers from over 90 CAIS schools to be recognized.
The national selection committee looks for excellence in the following 5 areas:
1) digital literacy
2) innovative and exemplary teaching practices
3) student skills development
4) student achievement and participation; and
5) teacher commitment and leadership.
You can link to the Award's website here to read more about Stephanie. Click here to read the Herald article that accompanied the attached photo.
We are proud of Stephanie and all our teachers who, daily, bring passion and excellence to our students.
|Robotics Places Third in Provincials|
The Armbrae Robotics team went to Provincials at Acadia University on Feb 15th, and placed third out of 32 teams competing in the FIRST Lego League Robot Game.
|Hockey wins KES Tourney|
The Armbrae hockey team travelled to Windsor on Feb. 19 to take part in King's Edgehill School's Long Pond Invitational Hockey Tournament. We tied one game and won two in the round robin, earning a trip to the finals. There we beat Fountain Academy 2 - 1 to win the tounament! Well done all!