North Point School For Boys
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What North Point School for Boys says..
North Point School for Boys taps into boys’ natural curiosity and energy as a foundation for life-long learning. A strong academic program is just the beginning – we fuel motivation through real-life learning, digital platforms, and outdoor adventure developing well rounded, self-motivated, independent learners. The North Point program is a fundamental re-thinking of how a classroom operates. We design environments and experiences that are specifically geared to challenge and engage boys.
North Point School was founded in Calgary, Alberta, in 2014 to provide boys in Kindergarten to Grade 9 with an alternative learning environment to the traditional, outdated factory-style model that has been in place in our North American schools for the past 100 years. This fully accredited independent day school uses socratic teaching to encourage critical thinking and analysis. Blended Learning allows delivery of reading, writing and math skills tailored to individual learning styles and ensures that a student has mastered each element of a subject before progressing on to the next level. Experiential learning will give concepts purpose and context, while developing independent learners.
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Last Update: 18.10.15
School Type: Progressive
Grades (Gender): K to 9 (Boys)
Tuition: $ 7,000 – $12,000
Average Class Size: Varies
Enrollment Day: 70 (K – 9)
Contact Person: Brent Devost
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