At Aberdeen Hall we believe part of an enriched school experience involves working and living with people from diverse backgrounds—economic, social, cultural, and religious. To help us achieve this Canadian Citizens unable to pay full tuition are welcome to apply to the school's financial assistance program. Annual awards to both new and returning students are based on demonstrated need along with a number of other criteria. Returning students applying, or reapplying, for financial assistance must be in good academic and social standing. Financial Assistance applications are available through the Director of Finance and reviewed on an annual basis. Final decisions rest with the Financial Assistance Committee. Requests should only be made after a student has successfully completed the application process and an offer of acceptance has been made.
Aberdeen Hall offers limited scholarships for new applicants only, registering in Grades 9 to 12. Scholarships are awarded if a student demonstrates a highly advanced extra curricular pursuit. Examples may include national citizenship or community service recognition or competition at a provincial/national sports or arts level in addition to being a top academic achiever. Please note that qualification for financial assistance (income tested annually) is also required. Scholarships are awarded for the duration of the student’s time at Aberdeen Hall. Non-financial aspects of the scholarship program including an essay, two references, and in some cases, an examination, will be required. Please note Canadian Citizenship is also a requirement.
At Aberdeen Hall, we seek to admit well-rounded students who choose to be at our school. We are looking for students who demonstrate leadership through academic performance, involvement in co-curricular activities and civic engagement. We care about our students and seek those who value education and are prepared to enrich our incredible school community.