Starting at School

At Horizon Private School – Branch, we employ a range of practices to help support a child’s transition. We endeavor to find teachers that the youngsters will trust in order to ensure that they get the best possible start in their new setting.

Your first day at Kindergarten

Starting Kindergarten is always a fun and exciting time. Our youngest students at Horizon Private School – Branch enjoy a safe and happy environment where they are engaged in learning through a variety of activities.

Your first day at Lower Elementary (Grades 1-2)

Moving from the comfort of kindergarten to lower elementary is a big step for any six year old. Our teachers work closely with parents to ensure that the move is a seamless one allowing each child to grow naturally within their new surrounding. Learning still remains a lot of fun, with students understanding different values and a new feeling of independence.

Your first day at Upper Elementary (Grades 3-5)

In upper elementary at Horizon Private School – Branch our students are exposed to environments in which they thrive and grow into independent learners. Their learning will take on a more academic nature with activities planned to ensure the values the school holds dear are present in every student. Implementing and embracing these values will put them on a path to be knowledgeable and responsible members of their communities as they move onto the middle school years.

Your first day at Middle School (Grades 6-8)

As our students embark on their middle school years, our teachers laydown the framework to ensure academic rigor. Coupled with this we provide ample opportunities for students to nurture their talent and creativity through regular activities. We focus on developing the whole student so he/ she is ready to tackle high school and beyond.  

Your first day at High School (Grades 9-12)

High School is a very important time in any student’s academic journey, and at Horizon Private School – Branch we give our students every opportunity to take charge of their learning. While student outcomes remain a key focus, we understand the importance of grooming successful young adults who are lifelong learners and are ready to become the leaders of the future.