Support NJC

Support NJC

Strengthen the NJC experience for the next generation.
Neuchâtel Junior College is an extraordinary school and has developed a venerable reputation amongst Canadian independent schools. We provide one of the very best preparatory educations in the world, combined with our signature experiential curriculum.

Each year, NJC delivers a transformation in our students. We change the way that our students think about the world, and in turn, they grow in confidence, ability, and integrity.

This transformation is largely fueled by the passion and generosity of our community – grateful alumni and parents who believe in the Neuchâtel Junior College effect. The experience is described, simply, by many alumni, as the best year of their lives.

Support NJC

The school relies on charitable giving to fund projects beyond operating expenses covered by tuition. The NJC Fund is the registered charity which enables fundraising for the school and oversees the school’s endowment.

While tuition covers the school’s operating costs, it is our legion of loyal donors — alumni, parents, staff and friends — who advance the school through our charitable programs. Scholarships ensure that we continue to attract and award the finest students. Bursaries help appreciative families manage the cost of tuition and help to ensure that no students are left behind when travel opportunities are presented. Donors also contribute to special programs to enhance our curriculum and maintain our historic campus.

With NJC’s gratitude, all alumni, parents and friends are invited to donate to the area of need that is most personally meaningful. Every investment in NJC is gratefully received, regardless of amount, and will help the school thrive for future generations.

If you have questions or require further information, please contact the Advancement Department Office at 1.800.263.2923 x223 or
Neuchâtel Junior College offers the unique opportunity to study Canadian curriculum abroad. While living in Switzerland in a French community, students enjoy an international education through travel and experiential learning in Europe. Gap year and Grade 12  high school students gain international experience and develop independence and life skills that prepare them for university and the global workplace.

A Canadian high school in Switzerland | Grade 12 & Gap