Munro Academy Middle School (grades 6-8) and High School (grades 9-12) are located at MA's 36,000 square foot Northside Campus and encompass award winning innovation, Christian content and an unrivaled 10:1 student/teacher ratio. MA provides a high level of care for all students and places an emphasis on teacher-parent communication.
Munro’s commitment to character development and integration of middle school, high school and early learning center age levels result in a uniquely positive learning environment. Age appropriate boundaries for technology usage facilitate opportunities to develop thriving interpersonal skills and support good mental health.
In recent years, Munro Academy graduates have received an average of $10,000/student to go toward their post secondary education. MA students have received scholarships from a wide range of schools including CBU, Dalhousie, Saint Mary’s University, Mount Saint Vincent University, Acadia University, Mount Allison, University of Toronto, and more!
Munro provides a distinctly positive Middle School experience, distinguished by maximizing face to face relational learning (no computers or phones at school) and a safe, supportive environment. MS courses include:
For more detailed information, please contact the Munro Academy office.
Munro Academy provides an academic track to graduation, offering High School students a diversity of NS Department of Education outcomes based courses, including:
The above semestered high school courses follow provincial 'Academic' or 'Advanced' level outcomes and provide a remarkable university preparatory educational experience. Munro distinctive course (only available at MA) include:
Extracurricular opportunities include Drama, Worship Team, Table Tennis, Badminton, Student Council, Yearbook, Baseball, Volleyball, Soccer Club, Basketball, Track, Knitting Club, Chess Club, Hair Club, Conversation Cafe and more! Munro offers unique International Global Studies trips to Africa, Europe, Asia and Latin America, providing students opportunities to thrive!
It’s hard to have a bad day at the school since the atmosphere is so cheery and uplifting! . . . I love how the school provides so much for the children and takes into account our needs and what we like! I love being at Munro with my friends and teachers!
~ Sarwat (Grade 9)
Munro staff provides a safe environment where students can freely express their creative, unique personalities without feeling uncomfortable or ashamed.
~ Bekah (Grade 6)
Every other school it would be “what did you learn today at school?” and my reply would be “Nothing.” But at Munro it is like “what did you learn today?” and now my reply is always “SO MUCH!”
~ Kaylee (Grade 7)
I really love MA. I’m so glad I came here: it’s done wonders for my health and happiness. I’ve got a lot of friends and they’re all very kind and funny. . . I FINALLY, FINALLY feel like I fit in. . . I like the work we do as well! It actually makes me think and it’s actually challenging. MA is great!
~ Ari (Grade 8)
There are also many extracurriculars in which I can be involved in, my favourite ones being After School Drama and Volleyball (when it’s Volleyball season). Munro Academy also holds lots of opportunities for students to be more involved with service like Community Studies where students are allowed to work in the Early Learning Centre for a credit, the Student Council where they plan lots of fun activities for students, Yearbook Committee, tutoring opportunities for younger students, and the Worship Team.
~ Abigail (Grade 9)
Being at Munro Academy changed the way I look at school. At my old school I would never go and dreaded Mondays. Now, since I transferred, I look forward to coming to school! I love how we do lots of hands-on learning and get taught important things that we will need when we are older. For example, How to make professional phone calls, learning financial stuff in math, etc.~ Abby T (Grade 10)
Head of Schools and Middle/High School Principal
Vice Principal and
Director of Admissions
Executive Administrative Assistant
International Student Director
Middle/High School French & Middle School English and Bible
Middle/High School Science, Math
& High School Bible
High School Science
Science and Math
Middle School English & Health
and High School English
Creative Arts and Drama
International Recruitment and Support
Note: For information about international student admission please view our International Admissions page.
We desire to make your process of inquiry and application as simple and straightforward as possible. We encourage you to make an appointment to speak with our Director of Admissions, through the school office. The Director of Admissions will help answer any questions you may have about our programs and school.