Since 1956, NJC has been a pioneer in the field of experiential education.
Our teachers weave classroom lessons, extracurricular activities and travel experiences into an integrated whole, providing guidance and working with students to construct a rich, meaningful, experience-based educational environment. Action-oriented, the NJC approach stimulates students to develop a way of thinking that helps them evolve as individuals, preparing them well for university and beyond. The academic program is instructed in English and follows the guidelines of the Ontario Ministry of Education Grade 12 University Preparation courses. Students seeking the added enrichment are also invited to prepare for and write the College Board's Advanced Placement (AP) examinations. The exceptional student body is involved in a wide-range of internationally focused activities including Model United Nations, the New European Speech, Debate and Acting Association, and service trips with Habitat for Humanity in Eastern Europe and with Me to We in Kenya.