Kingwest Academy is an elite university and college-prep online K-12 school, which focuses on character and educational skills that students need to succeed and excel at the next level and life. At Kingwest Academy, we prepare our students for their secondary and post-secondary academic life.
Our teaching methods incorporate the Ontario curriculum with engaging teaching content and highly trained Ontario certified teachers. Our goal is to successfully educate students of all levels and learning styles, anywhere in the world.
All of our courses are online. Students can sign up any time throughout the year and work at their own pace, from anywhere. Our final exams are proctored online, as well. We welcome students of all learning styles and from all countries. Our teachers use research-based instructional methods to meet every student where they are and get them where they need to be.
Kingwest Academy holds a strong commitment to reaching every student and providing the most appropriate teaching methods in an effort to help realize the academic potential and career aspirations.
Elementary Gifted Program - Grades 3- 8
Kingwest Academy Gifted Program provides gifted high-ability students with an accelerated and enriched interdisciplinary curriculum that uses advanced and complex concepts to develop higher-order thinking, active exploration, and discovery. We know and respect the unique nature of the gifted mind, which is why our teaching methods create a student-centered environment that allows independence and complex injury to optimize the development of intellect, creativity, and love of learning. Gifted and talented courses are open for students in grades 3-8.
Choose Kingwest Academy
With us, you are not just a number. We provide a student-centered, educational environment that incorporates the most effective teaching methods into our rigorous curriculum. Our dedicated and experienced faculty strives toward the academic success of every student. Whether your child is learning pre-algebra for the first time, or getting ready to apply to universities around the world, we are committed to instilling commitment of education and lifelong learning.
Kingwest Academy courses are innovative, customized, and rigorous. We follow and exceed the Ontario Ministry’s curriculum guidelines. Our assessment is tied to instruction which ensures that every student gains the needed skills for success in class and future academic pursuits.
International students are able to obtain Canadian education from the comfort of their country. Kingwest Academy is dedicated to the success of Canadian international students. Our staff provides assistance to all aspects of international education, from credit transfer, learning in a different timezone, to English Second Language classes.
As an independent college preparatory school, we offer an environment where all students excel and grow as life-long learners.
We are dedicated to creating an educational environment in which every student feels valued, gains passion for life-long learning, and gains a competitive academic advantage that will help them succeed in an increasingly complex world.
Our goal is to provide students with a rich, innovative curriculum that results in real, in-depth learning. To equip students with life-long skills of problem-solving, curiosity, and inquiry.
Kingwest Academy provides students with individualized instruction and accommodates student’s needs outlined in the IEP. Our teachers will go out of their way to set every student up for success. In addition to the IEP, Kingwest Academy welcomes ELL students who are in the process of mastering their second language. As noted in the Ontario Growing Success document, students will be assessed through a variety of means, which will include informal and formal observation, discussions, learning conversations, questioning, conferences, homework, tasks done in groups, demonstrations, projects, portfolios, developmental continua, performances, peer and self-assessments, self-reflection, essays, and tests.
Classroom-based supports Interventions) for students with a Learning Disability in the regular classroom will include but are not limited to:
· Identification of strengths and needs
· Classroom observation, tracking, and assessments
· Parent/guardian consultation/feedback
· Differentiation of instruction, environment and/or assessment (e.g. ability grouping, visual supports, use of assistive technology)