2020-21 Registrations

Please Contact

We have limited spaces available for the 2020-21 school year so please contact the Head of School, Brent Devost to see if we have space for the grade you are interested in.

2021-22 Inquiries

Come for a School Tour

We would love to meet you and show you our school. We will start booking Personal School Tours after Thanksgiving 2020.

High School Expansion – 2020-21

Starting in the 2020-21 school year, North Point will be launching our High School program with a cohort of grade 10’s.  We will be adding a grade each year with the plan of offering a comprehensive Grade 10-12 program within 3 years.

We have limited spaces available for the 2020-21 school year so please contact us if you are interested in joining our high school program. For more information about this program, please contact Brent Devost, Head of School.

North Point School for Boys taps into boys’ natural curiosity and energy as a foundation for life-long learning.  A strong academic program is just the beginning – we fuel motivation through real-life learning, digital platforms, and outdoor adventure developing well rounded, self-motivated, independent learners.

We Always Ask WHY

We Always Ask WHY

The Socratic method of continual inquiry and discussion frames our focus and is the foundation for engagement with our students. Our classrooms are not lecture halls. They are forums where we foster critical thinking, self-confidence and language development, allowing students to look for solutions through healthy, constructive debate.

We are more than just teachers

We are more than just teachers

We understand that strong role models are key to the mental, social, physical and emotional development of young boys.  Personal connections between students and teachers can transform a boys approach to learning as they feel heard and understood.  Through this approach, we build self-esteem and character.

We Foster Real-Life Learning

We Foster Real-Life Learning

‘Learn by doing’ is our mantra. We draw from theories proving that boys’ retention, self- esteem and engagement are heightened through direct experience. Our hands-on approach crystallizes concepts by putting students in the centre of the learning cycle, ensuring that they are not just passive observers.

We Know Boys

We Know Boys

Sitting at a desk all day is not suited to the way boys think and learn. The North Point program is a fundamental re-thinking of how a classroom operates. We design environments and experiences that are specifically geared to challenge and engage boys by focusing on their interest in practical problem solving, hands-on learning, and outdoor exploration. We understand that boys need to move to learn and we embrace and capitalize on their natural curiosity and enthusiasm.

We Personalize Learning

We Personalize Learning

We extend our physical classroom into the virtual realm by enriching our curriculum with the latest in adaptive software and educational apps, to personalize learning and further support and improve skill mastery. This combined with direct instruction allows flexibility in the learning process with the understanding that a one size fits allapproach does not work for everyone.  It is within this framework that we able guide our boys to become self-motivated, independent learners.





Non-instructional Day – NO CLASSES
Sep 25 all-day
Healthy Hunger – The Lunch Lady
Sep 28 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Remember to order by WEDNESDAY of the week prior to the lunch.


PEP Hockey Academy starts
Sep 29 all-day
Townhall / Fun Lunch Tuesday / Dress Down Day
Sep 29 all-day

On the last Tuesday of every month, we hold a morning Townhall Assembly for all students to:

– highlight positive activities that have taken place during the month
– discuss opportunities for improvement
– preview upcoming activities

This is also a school sponsored ‘Fun Lunch’ and boys can dress down! Burgers have been ordered from A&W. Some food allergies have been accommodated.

Sep 30 all-day

EVERY CHILD MATTERS. Orange Shirt Day (officially Sept. 30 each year) is an opportunity for First Nations, local governments, schools and communities to come together in the spirit of reconciliation and hope for generations of children to come.

North Point will acknowledge this important day by encouraging all students to wear an orange shirt.

Learn more about Orange Shirt Day at www.orangeshirtday.org

  • The ideal student is a boy who will thrive in a very active, close-knit setting, one in which physical activity, including athletics and physical competition, is a significant aspect of school life.
    Our Kids
    Our Kids
  • ...a fidgety introvert with a love for all things technology, and a requirement for copious physical exercise. He immediately felt at home at North Point.
    Rhonda Ness
    Our Kids
  • I am continuously impressed with the program; the diversity of sports, arts  and education is amazing. We are so happy that we made the decision to enroll Owen there. He has grown personally so much and we know North Point has played a key role in that development.
    Lori & Scott A.
  • Our son actually says, “I love North Point School”.  He keeps thanking us for sending him. He talks about what he is learning, shows pride in his work, cares about his school, his peers and his teachers are important to him. This is a very special school.
  • Mom - do you know what I didn’t like about my shadow day at North Point?…NOTHING! I like everything about this school!
    Ben Raugust
  • The response from both the students and the teachers that join them is highly positive! The boys are adorable and SO well behaved, it’s awesome.
    Naomi Le Bihan
    Undrcard Boxing Studio
  • I must tell you how impressed I am about how the school presents itself, its mission and its success....in assessing success, you remember the void that there was before you courageously took the plunge into the unknown to create North Point School.
    Michael Walker, Board Member
    North Point School for Boys
  • My daughters and I ...feel valued and impressed with the next level gentlemen you are raising in this school.
    Heather Raugust
  • Sam loved his [shadow] day - the one thing he continually keeps bringing up is how welcoming everyone was. I asked him how he felt about going to North Point for grade 4 and he said "yes, I could probably go there for grade 3 too!"  -- Shadow Day Parent/Student
    Shadow Day Parent (Tammy Main)

We foster a well rounded education

We foster a well rounded education

Although sports and movement play a large role in our students day to day activities, we also encourage their natural, and often untapped, creativity in drama, music and art.