At a Glance
Preparing Students for Success in Higher Education
Aspengrove School’s Grade 11 and 12 program offers a life-changing experience that allows students to grow into young adults who will act confidently as compassionate, knowledgeable, and principled global citizens. In this holistic IB program, students delve deep into six different subject areas and are supported in their personal pursuit of intellectual inquiry. Regarded as the global standard of education, the IB curriculum helps Aspengrove students discover their passions and prepares them to succeed in post-secondary institutions in Canada and internationally.
A Culture of Support
At Aspengrove, students and teachers build strong relationships. Our small class sizes allow for more individual attention, but it’s the support and encouragement that truly enable our students to thrive.
Students participate weekly in the Advisory Programme, which includes sessions such as Social-Emotional Learning, Career Guidance, and Community Service Learning.
Students receive University Counselling to prepare for post-secondary. Our support with research, applications, and IB exams helps our students gain acceptance to top-tier universities.
A Transformative Course of Study
There are three routes of study for Grades 11 and 12 at Aspengrove School: Aspengrove Honours, the IB Certificate, and the IB Diploma. Our educators provide guidance to help their students determine the pathway that best suits their personal interests and post-secondary goals. All routes are enriching and highly regarded by post-secondary institutions.
- English Language and Literature
- French B
- Spanish ab initio
- School Support Self-Taught Mother Tongue
- Mathematics: Analysis and Approaches
- Mathematics: Applications and Interpretations
- Visual Arts
- Performing Arts
The Creativity, Action, Service Programme enables students to enhance their personal development by learning through experience. It provides opportunities for self-determination and collaboration with others, fostering a sense of accomplishment and enjoyment from their work. Students can choose from a wide variety of projects. Some recent examples include leading Black History Month initiatives, running a writing project with seniors, creating activities for Mental Health Week, and designing and painting a mural.
Theory of Knowledge
In this course on critical thinking, students inquire into the nature of knowing and deepen their understanding of knowledge as a human construction. By examining global issues, students develop an interest in the diversity and richness of cultural perspectives. They critically reflect on their own beliefs and assumptions, leading to more thoughtful, responsible, and purposeful lives.
Learning to research and write well is an integral part of an Aspengrove education. At the end of Grade 12, all students who pursue the Diploma Programme complete a 4000 word “Extended Essay.” They choose an area of interest and conduct original research. Many alumni express that this experience makes the transition to university much easier.
Aspengrove School Graduates
Over the past five years, Aspengrove School’s graduates have attended post-secondary institutes across the world, including Canada, the United States of America, and Europe.
An Enhanced Education
We aim to provide our students with a variety of enriching activities to support their various interests. From after school sports, music classes, and art classes, to table top board games, STEM class, and more, Aspengrove strives to allow students to join in and learn many valuable skills by being on a team or pursuing individual ventures.
Our Faculty and Staff
Meet the Aspengrove team, whose enthusiasm for learning, diverse skill sets, and student-centred care enrich our school community.