Pre-Kindergarten Open House – September 1
Gearing Up for Back to School
Financial Aid and Scholarships
David Tutty Joy and Innovation Fund Applications Now Open!
Read the Latest Edition of HSC Review
HSC Community Members Help Bring TO2015 to Hamilton
John Terpstra Announced as Senior School Writer-In-Residence
HSC on Social Media
Join us on Tuesday, September 1, 2015 from 9:00-11:00 a.m. for our Pre-Kindergarten Open House! Meet our faculty and learn more about the lively atmosphere of exploration and discovery for students aged 18 months to three years old in our Junior School.
It’s almost that time of the year again! We hope that your family is enjoying the last week of summer before students head back to school. At HSC, we are gearing up for another fantastic academic year. We are still accepting applications for September in a limited number of grades. If you are interested in enrolling for September, please call us at 905-389-1367, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or click here to visit our website.
Our Admissions Team looks forward to answering any questions you may have about our programs or our College. For general inquiries about HSC, we welcome your call at 905-389-1367, or your e-mails to email@example.com.
Meet our Admissions Team:
Scott Barton, Director of Admissions
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Sheriann Heath-Johnston, Admissions and International Recruitment Manager
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Sheila Skinner, Admissions Officer
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Kristina Marchese, Receptionist & Admissions Assistant
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Jodi Blore, Admissions Assistant
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Did you know that we offer financial aid, scholarships and tuition payment programs?
The financial aid program is designed to assist parents and guardians who expect their annual family income to grow as their children grow. It affords parents the opportunity to enroll their children immediately. There are also short-term assistance opportunities.
We also offer a number of scholarships. Learn more about our opportunities by clicking here.
If you have any questions about these opportunities, please call 905-389-1367.
We want our community to share their boldest, most creative ideas – ideas that would enrich our learning environment and contribute to our principles of learning with joy and living with purpose. Students, faculty and staff can apply for funding and if their application is selected, The David Tutty Joy and Innovation Fund will make their idea a reality!
Take a closer look at our community by browsing the pages of the our semi-annual magazine HSC Review. In the latest edition we celebrate our first annual ArtsFest, introduce our new Leadership Team members and share highlights from the academic year.
Click here to read the latest HSC Review.
With Uruguay’s 1-0 defeat of Mexico in the men’s gold medal match on July 26, 2015, the City of Hamilton wrapped up its two weeks as the Toronto 2015 Pan American Games soccer tournament host. Two HSC community members played large roles in helping bring TO2015 to Hamilton. Nick Bontis, a current parent and Board of Governors member, is on the Board of Directors at the Canadian Soccer Association and has been involved in the city’s negotiations to obtain the tournament for six years. Ron Foxcroft, HSC Builder and parent of alumni, refereed two Pan Am Games basketball matches and helped bring together political and business players to secure Pan Am soccer in Hamilton. To read more, please click here.
HSC is delighted to announce that renowned Hamilton poet and writer John Terpstra is the Senior School Writer-in-Residence for the 2015-2016 academic year.
John is the author of many books of poetry, most recently Brilliant Falls (2013). He is also the author of three prose projects: Falling Into Place; The Boys, or, Waiting for the Electrician’s Daughter (shortlisted for the Charles Taylor Prize); and Skin Boat.
John will work with aspiring student writers through workshops and will feedback on their work. He will also mentor our students in our Senior School writing courses. In our English classrooms, students will have the opportunity to study some of John’s poetry and nonfiction works. John will also read some of his work for students, faculty, and the broader HSC community during the school year.