[rev_slider_vc alias=”home”]

What if students were in their element everyday?

When we are ‘in our element’ we are engaged, internally motivated, fulfilled and strive to do our best. This is the basis of a Montessori education. Come to discover our unique way of learning.

Our Vision

Supporting inquisitive, passionate youth in search of their element.

The Element’s programs

Creating the focused engagement that naturally leads to personal excellence.

When we are in our element

We are engaged, internally motivated, fulfilled and strive to do our best

Unique Attributes

Rigorous Curriculum

The Ontario Curriculum is often exceeded and there is a...

Dedicated Faculty Advisor

A faculty advisor is assigned to each student and will mentor the…

Multi-ages class

A class of multi-ages can be set up to operate on the…

International trip

As part of the Grade 11 and 12 programs, students will gain…

Outdoor events and visits

Each Wednesday afternoon, students leave the school...

Culinary program

Students are responsible for planning a meal...

An exciting place to learn located in The Glebe

An exciting place to learn located in The Glebe


The transition from Grade 6 to Grade 7 represents a big change for our children at an important time of their lives. We thought our daughter would benefit significantly from smaller class sizes, a cohesive group of teachers, many of who get to progress with the children as they advance through their grades from 8 to 12 and a mix of independent and teacher-directed learning initiatives. The Element High School has delivered and surpassed our expectations in every regard.

Hans and Penny Schroeder, Parents of current Grade 8 student
The staff is exceptional and accepting of a variety of learning needs and provides an environment that is flexible enough to meet those needs. Their cooking program is by far one of the most essential skills all children should have an opportunity to experience. From meal planning, shopping, cooking and serving they are preparing themselves for the real world. Our daughter receives instructions in all areas of the curriculum but has the opportunity to plan and organize her work through independent work periods. It is this balance between structure and freedom that allows her to take charge of her learning and incorporate and apply her interests to the subject matter.

Patricia Reilly, Mother of current Grade 8 student