University Guidance

The objective of Armbrae's Post-Secondary Guidance Program is to empower students to attain their goals and leave Armbrae confident in navigating their post-secondary education and future career path.

Our Director of University Guidance works closely with students during their high school years to provide them with the information and confidence to chart their own post-secondary path. For the majority of our graduates, this involves applying to a number of carefully selected universities.

The acceptance rate for these applications has been over 98% for the past 7 years, with 100% of students being admitted to their first choice school and program during that time frame.

Most of our graduates are offered merit-based entrance scholarships and many are the recipients of major entrance awards and prestigious named scholarships such as the D & R Sobey Atlantic Scholarship at Queen’s University and the President’s Scholarships at Saint Francis Xavier University and Mount Allison University.

Universities Attended by Graduates
2008 - 2016

Canada

Acadia University
Bishop’s University
Canadian College of Performing Arts
Carleton University
Concordia University
Dalhousie University
University of King’s College
Le Cordon Bleu, Ottawa
McMaster University
McGill University
Memorial University of Newfoundland
Mount Allison University
Mount Saint Vincent University
Nova Scotia College of Art & Design
University of Ottawa
Pearson College UWC, Victoria BC
Queen’s University
Quest University
Ryerson University
Sheridan College
Saint Francis Xavier University
Saint Mary’s University
University of Calgary
University of Toronto
University of British Columbia
University of New Brunswick
University of Prince Edward Island
University of Waterloo
Western University

United States

Christopher Newport University
Ohio State University
School of Visual Arts, NYC
Texas A & M
UC Berkeley

United Kingdom

University College Dublin

International

Handong Global University (Korea)
National Chung Cheng University (Taiwan)