MacLachlan College | Learning Re-Designed
Empowering Today’s Learners For Tomorrow’s World
MacLachlan College is more than a school. It is a dynamic and inclusive community where students are accepted for who they are and where teachers guide and facilitate learning by creating real world connections.
The rigorous academic program is supported by our active and collaborative learning environment, resulting in successful and resilient students who not only meet their true potential, but often exceed it. It is a place where each student is valued and where a true sense of belonging nurtures a growth mindset.
A MacLachlan education begins when a student walks though our doors. But it doesn’t end there. We are committed to building a lifelong foundation by cultivating intellectual curiosity, engaged citizenship and adaptive learning skills.
To meet the needs of each student, traditional classrooms have been transformed with new active learning furnishings to accommodate today’s dynamic and social learners with flexible, interactive and collaborative spaces.
MacLachlan College offers a challenging co-educational program for students ranging from pre-kindergarten to university entrance. Housed in a beautifully restored circa 1856 mansion in the heart of Oakville, we are the only independent school in Oakville with the International Baccalaureate’s World School designation.
By offering the International Baccalaureate’s Primary Years Programme in PK–Grade 6 and an inquiry-based curriculum focused on higher-order thinking skills in Grades 7–12, MacLachlan is committed to providing our students with a world-class education that aligns with the hallmark educational standards from which the school was founded in 1978.
We are small by design, offering a supportive and engaging learning environment where students can grow into thoughtful, confident and resilient young adults who are prepared for future success. Find out how MacLachlan College can help your child achieve a truly outstanding education.
OPEN HOUSE Saturday, October 24, 2015 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.