Our facilities include five residences for boys, three residences for girls, two full basketball courts, tennis courts, squash courts, several outdoor fields for football/soccer/rugby/etc., a 40-foot rock climbing wall, an indoor ice rink, a students’ centre, a historic dining hall, a library and two academic buildings with modern labs and classrooms.
We have an infirmary on campus and a nurse is available 24/7. A doctor is on call for scheduled appointments. The nearest hospital is 15 minutes away by car in the case of a medical emergency. BCS also has a physiotherapist on staff.
To follow the recommendations put forth by our health authorities and government, we are not able to host campus visits at this time. To learn more about BCS or for more information, please contact our Admissions team who would be happy to offer alternative ways to learn about our campus.
BCS uses rolling admissions, which means students can apply any time and applications are continuously assessed. We do, however, recommend applying prior to February 1 for admission the following September.
Yes, and it is available for all grade/form levels. To apply for assistance, the family must complete the confidential application form through Apple Financial Services. The Parent's Financial Statement and the FACS (Financial Aid for Canadian Students) needs analysis are reviewed by the BCS Financial Awards Committee. Amounts awarded depend upon need, merit and funds available. Learn more about Tuition and Financial Assistance.