Tuition, Scholarships and Financial Aid

Beyond unmatched teaching and learning, St. George’s tuition fees cover essential materials, ongoing professional development for our educators, critical student services like academic advising and counselling, and more. Annual fundraising efforts allow us to run scholarship and bursary programs for deserving students and families who may not otherwise be able to finance a St. George’s education.

Tuition Fee Information

Learn more about the educational services and accessory services covered by St. George’s tuition fees. Families with more than one child enrolled at St. George’s may qualify for a sibling discount.


St. George’s School of Montreal is pleased to offer merit-based scholarships. Up to five merit-based scholarships will be awarded per year in the amount of $10,000 each, in increments of $2,000 annually over five years, and applied directly toward school tuition and fees. This scholarship program has been designed in alignment with St. George’s Mission. Merit-based scholarships will be granted to those who demonstrate high achievement across multiple categories: academic performance, substantial extra-curricular contributions, and character traits as demonstrated through personal commitment and engagement in school life.

Eligible students will be evaluated on the following criteria:

  • Academic success on the Common Admission Test (C.A.T.) entrance exam. All applicants will be required to take the exam and incur any related costs.
  • Extra-curricular contributions to school life and community.
  • Character traits, as demonstrated through personal commitment and engagement in school and community.

Eligible students can indicate their interest in being considered when completing their online application for admission to St. George’s. They are also required to submit a merit-based scholarship application form (deadline October 21, 2022). Please click here for details.

Students who are eligible for scholarships will participate in a private interview (without parents) as an extension of the Admissions interview process. The interview will provide the applicant the opportunity to elaborate upon their accomplishments in areas such as community service, leadership, music, arts, athletics, citizenship, character and overall engagement.

Financial Aid

We recognize the value of providing financial aid to deserving students: in doing so we reinforce the objectives stated in our mission and contribute to diversity in our learning community.

Financial assistance is awarded based on need and is available for families who meet pre-set criteria.
For more information, contact the Admissions team.

You’ve Got Questions

Get in touch with our Admissions team to request more information or schedule a visit!


Elementary School Campus
3685 The Boulevard
Westmount, QC H3Y 1S9

High School Campus
3100 The Boulevard
Montréal, QC H3Y 1R9

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