Mr. Greig Ewing
Acting Director of Enrolment email@example.com
Kindergarten – Grade 12
At Rundle College, students become leaders, scholars, scientists, artists, musicians, athletes, humanitarians, philanthropists and more by discovering their passions and potential across a broad range of opportunities. Rundle students thrive in a safe, caring and kind environment.
Following Rundle’s Pathways to Learning philosophy, students’ high academic achievement is fortified by a multitude of co-curricular, character, and leadership-building programs.
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Grade 4 – Grade 12
Unique among independent schools in Canada, Rundle delivers parallel College and Academy programs on two separate campuses. The Academy program meets the needs of students who have a diagnosed learning disability, with or without ADHD. Our students are in the average to above-average range of intellectual functioning but have difficulties with specific academic activities and skills.
Rundle Academy is a caring learning community where students have the space to develop confidence, self-esteem and motivation to excel academically and grow in their love for learning.
Rundle Studio provides:
Rundle Studio prides itself in discovering students who are a good fit for our outstanding academic and extracurricular programs, which are specifically designed for complex learners and students who have been diagnosed with a learning disability, with or without ADHD.
Our school focuses on preparing students for entry to post-secondary studies after high school through differentiated instruction and our well-rounded co-curricular program.
All of our students have Individual Program Plans (IPPs), which are developed in collaboration with students, their parents, and teachers. Our students master their difficulties through our individualized programs, which are based on Alberta Education Curriculum.
All interested families are required to attend an information session prior to submitting an application for Rundle Studio. Our Admissions Team is also available during virtual office hours to answer any additional questions that you may have. These opportunities provide valuable insight into the Rundle experience and give you opportunities to talk with our staff and students.
Applications are open now, and the full process is outlined below.
Begin the process by signing up for a virtual information session, as attendance at an information session is required for all applicants.
Applications for the 2023–2024 school year remain open and the 2024–2025 is now open. Applicants are accepted on an ongoing basis, but it is strongly suggested that applications be made in the fall as spaces may be limited.
Visit the Admissions Portal to begin the process with these steps:
Attach supporting documents including:
The application process can be completed over a period of time prior to submission.
Applications and all required documents are reviewed by the Studio admissions team. Once this is completed you will be contacted regarding the status of your application. This process takes approximately two weeks. Please note that we are unable to accept all students to our program.
Selected candidates are invited to attend a family interview. These interviews are conducted virtually and take about 45 minutes. During our time together families will have an opportunity to learn more about the program and ask questions. No preparation is required for this process.
Offers are communicated by email, and all required forms accompany the offer. Families have between one and two weeks to accept the offer. A tuition deposit is required upon acceptance of the offer.
Applicants to Rundle Studio should have an independent psychoeducational assessment conducted prior to applying to the school. Rundle does not conduct these assessments but can make recommendations to psychologists who may be available to assess prospective students. The assessment needs to have been conducted within the last three years of the application date.
The assessment needs to include both academic and intellectual testing. The tests that best fit these criteria are typically the WISC and the WIAT. Our mandate is to service students who have average to above-average intelligence and are diagnosed with a learning disability. Your child must be eligible for specific coding through Alberta Learning.
For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to reach the Admissions Team.
Grade 7–9: Limited availability
Grade 10: Full
Grade 7: Predicted availability of 15 students
Grade 8: Predicted availability of 5 students
Grade 9: Predicted availability of 5 students
Grade 10: Predicted availability of 3 students
Grade 11: Limited availability
We look forward to meeting you and working with you to find the right fit for your family.
Acting Director of Enrolment email@example.com