APA Dance Party: Friday March 1, 2019
Our university preparatory program, including AP (Advanced Placement), prepares students for admission to the top universities in Canada as well as the United States, Europe, and Asia. Our graduating students are admitted to their university of choice and nearly all receive scholarships.
Our Preschool to Grade 12 enrolment is purposely limited to 296 students with one class per grade. Everyone knows each other and older and younger students often work together on projects. The entire school has a daily assembly, unique to Armbrae, and this helps foster our family environment. Parents are always welcome in the school buildings.
We believe that if students are committed to activities and teams and are willing to put in the time required to practise and improve, they should get to be a part of the activity or team. This encourages students to explore areas of interest they might otherwise not ever try and to become competitive in those areas.
With a limit of twenty students from Primary to Grade 6, and no more than twenty-two through Grade 12, our teachers get to know their students so well that they can work with each student's needs and learning style while delivering an enriched program.
We’re known for our strong academic program, but we believe education should go beyond that. With offerings in the arts, athletics, debating, community service, and global opportunities, we offer students an enriched, balanced, and well-rounded experience.
Armbrae has one of the most innovative drama programs in the country. As Company in Residence, Zuppa Theatre Co. coordinates the extra-curricular drama program at the school, which produces four shows each year.Learn More
All students are encouraged to participate on sports teams at Armbrae. Our inclusive approach fosters a high participation rate. We expect out teams to compete to win but always with a spirit of fair play. We offer a wide variety of team and individual sports.
Better Understanding Your Teen's Brain
Tuesday, February 19, at 7pm.
Dr. Alexa Bagnell
Multipurpose Room, Halifax Grammar School; open to the public; please bring a friend.