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Ashbury College is an independent day and boarding school located in Rockcliffe Park, Ottawa, Canada. It was founded in 1891 and moved to its current venue in 1910.The unique composition of Ashbury, with its coeducational Junior School and Senior School, day and boarding students, and Canadian and international students, results in a rewarding experience for students and staff.

In addition to being challenged academically, Ashbury students enjoy nationally recognized sports, music, drama and debating programs. Our students also have the opportunity to participate in interest clubs, exchange programs, Round Square and sporting activities that reflect the diverse interests and talents of Ashbury’s staff. Ashbury is Ottawa's private school with a public purpose.


Senior School

Ashbury College offers the traditional Ontario Secondary School Diploma but also the International Baccalaureate Diploma, otherwise known as the IB. Students will traditionally take six academic subjects each year and the Senior School program is grades nine through twelve. Ashbury follows a traditional approach to education in the liberal arts and requires participation in athletics and volunteering/community service in order to graduate. Approximately 20% of the students are considered international students. Each graduating class is approximately 120 students.


  • Woollcombe House (Blue)
  • New House (Green)
  • Connaught House (Red)
  • Alexander House (Yellow)


Junior School

The Junior School is a division of Ashbury College for students from grade four to grade eight. Unlike the Senior School's blue colours, Junior School uses green as its dominant colour which is prevalent in many locations as a symbol, including the website and uniforms. Junior School students typically wear uniform ties with maroon, grey, and green stripes, while Senior School students wear a specific Senior school tie on Mondays and wear an appropriate tie of choice on other days of the week, including but not limited to house ties. Like the Senior School, Junior School students are placed into one of four houses upon their arrival, inspired by J. R. R. Tolkien's "The Hobbit" and "The Lord of the Rings"


  • Dragons
  • Hobbits
  • Wizards
  • Goblins



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EAC, Skopje 
Contact person: Maja Petruseva 
Working hours: Monday-to-Friday 10am-14pm 
Address: Orce Nikolov 99, Skopje, 1000, Macedonia 
Tel: ++389 2 3 246 304 
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