Virtual Admissions Experience
Our Campus is Closed, but Admissions is Open!
Although the school doors are closed, we have many exciting ways to meet and learn about your child. Click below to learn about the aspect of the admissions process that you are interested in. Alternatively, contact our admissions team to connect with someone personally.
We always begin a new family’s Montcrest experience with an in-person meeting. At this time we will be offering video meetings with a member of our admissions team. You can remain in the comfort of your own home and prepare to help us learn about your child! We have daytime interview slots available and can even contact you in the evening if that works best for your family. You may or may not choose to have your child present for this meeting and we leave this decision up to you. Please allow 30 minutes.
We are delighted that you have chosen to learn more about Montcrest School and we will be happy to offer a virtual experience of our campus and the learning that takes place via video and photographic footage. Once we know what you are interested in learning about, we can choose the most suitable information to share. You can view this at your leisure.
Would you like to meet some members of our Montcrest community? We have parent and student ambassadors that will be thrilled to join a video conference with you and the admissions team. We can schedule this at a time that suits your family.
Please allow 1 hour (Kindergarten and Grade 1)
Please allow 1.5 hours (Grades 2-7)
We are committed to ensuring that Montcrest is the best learning environment for your child and an integral part of this process is our assessment activities. They vary according to the age of the child and are all offered online during the COVID-19 school closures. We select activities that are short but effective in allowing us to get an accurate picture of your child’s learning profile. This is not a testing session – our goal is to ensure that we are the best school for your child and vice versa.
Your child will need access to a laptop or i-pad. They will also need paper/pencil.
Grades 2-7 applicants will read, write about themselves and complete a few short math challenges.
Kindergarten and Grade 1 applicants will do an engaging and hands-on activity (with some parent support). Children will need paper, a pencil and crayons/markers.
Discover the magic of Kindergarten at Montcrest
The JK and SK programs feature small class sizes with two teachers per class. Students develop a solid foundation for learning through our enriching curriculum, including Outdoor Education, French, Music, Visual Arts, Drama, Physical Education and Technology & Innovation.