Facilities For Residential Students
Residence Buildings and Common Rooms
Our residence has four separate buildings with dorms, bathrooms, and common rooms. Commons rooms, dining hall, academics, and outside are areas for genders to mix, while dorms are separated for males and females. Under no circumstances may a female be in the male dorms and vice-versa, this will result in disciplinary action.
- Strathcona residence consists of three floors of dorm rooms with a shared bathroom on each floor. The common room is a TV / Lounge room. It functions as a place for students to relax and socialize.
- Maxwell residence consists of three floors of dorm rooms with a shared bathroom on each floor. The common room is a games room. It has a pool table and darts to be
enjoyed by all.
- Lakeside residence consists of two floors of dorm rooms with a shared bathroom on each floor. The common room is a music room. Students can find drums, guitars and a piano to
use to make music and have fun.
- Dwight residence consists of three floors of dorm rooms with a shared bathroom on each floor. The common room is a TV/ Lounge room. It functions as a place for the student to
relax and socialize.
The dining hall is meant to be a welcoming place we share meals and events together. Not only is it the location of all our meals, but it is also used for performances, activities, and socializing
Other Buildings And Facilities
On-campus we have a dance studio that we can be used by our students to practice their dancing,yoga, or any performing arts. The studio may be used in the evenings and weekends with the permission of a staff member. The library is another main area of our school. It is a well-used
space both in the academic and residence programs. This space is to be used for study time, board games, and other quiet activities.
Having the lakefront is one of the most important and wonderful features of our school. We want our students to enjoy it and use it. With that said, the lake does present a safety issue for both the
lake itself and crossing the street to the lake. Going over to the lake is encouraged but with permission. It is also imperative to follow the lakefront rules as posted.