Step One: Read the following important information
Summit School is a private school recognized and subsidized in the public interest by the Ministère de l'Éducation et de l'Enseignement Supérieur. Tuition fees are subsidized through the government, but legal guardians are responsible for the annual $500 registration fee.
We provide educational services to students aged 4 to 21, who present with a range of difficulties including intellectual disabilities, autism, and/or behavioural and emotional disturbances. Language of instruction is offered in English with the exception of French as a second language. Our classes have approximately 10 to 12 students with a minimum of 2 staff.
If you would like to visit one of our campuses, please contact our Registrar at 514-744-2867 ext.266
Students must have an English Eligiblity Certificate to attend. If your child does not yet have one, please contact your local English school board in order to apply for the certificate.
YOUR LOCAL ENGLISH SCHOOL BOARD MUST BE INFORMED (WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THE LESTER B. PEARSON SCHOOL BOARD) that you are applying to Summit School. An “ENTENTE” will be signed by our school and the school board if your child is accepted.
Once you fill out the application form, pay the application fee of $50, and submit the most recent reports (as indicated in the application) your application will be processed.
We have a waiting list and accept applications year round. There is no deadline to apply, but our intake committee begins to review applicants every January for the following September. If the committee feels that we have the appropriate program for your child, an evaluation will be scheduled between February and April. Acceptances are confirmed end of April, beginning of May.
Step Two: Download and Fill Out the Application Form
Step Three: Send or Drop Off the Application Form
Please mail or drop off the application form, application fee and relevant documents to Summit School (we do not accept applications sent by email or fax):
1750 Rue DeGuire,
Ville St-Laurent, Quebec