Nile Academy, Canadian Boarding School



Nile Academy is a Canadian boarding school and has 50.000sqf resident with 7 floors including commercial kitchen, dining hall, fitness center, billiard and table tennis salon and resting rooms. Each grade students stay in different floor with supervisors.

Students in residence benefit from supervised study periods throughout most of the week, with faculty members available in residence to answer questions and to ensure all students are focused and productive.


Safety is paramount in a boarding school. Parents can feel assured that so long as their child closely follows our expectations, they will be kept as safe and secure as possible while living far away from the comfort of home. Staff carefully monitor students’ health, emotional state and behaviour and are ready to assist with emergency situations.

Nile Academy Residence has 24 hour electronic security and supervision. Nile Academy boarding school is committed to the protection and promotion of the health and safety of all its students.


Boarding school life is a vibrant aspect of the Nile Academy experience, and it is rewarding for us to lead a team of dedicated professionals to provide a dynamic residential program. Our aim is not only to provide a safe, caring, and consistent living environment but also to create opportunities for students to experience what it means to live in a cross cultural context. Working together with students, we desire to foster an atmosphere of community and cultural understanding. Without a doubt, students develop life long friendships that circle the globe as a result of living in the dormitory. Such diverse friendships enable students to become ‘globally minded’ and well equipped to make a positive difference in the world.

Students are having hot lunch in boarding school during the week. Breakfast, and dinner are available Monday through Saturday in dorm Dining Hall. On Sunday, brunch is served and dinner is prepared in the evening. Our server is a large, bright area that offers a salad bar and soup stations as part of the hot lunch selections. Fresh fruits are also available. Boarding school students also enjoy a wide variety of breakfast and dinner choices.


On Saturdays, students have outdoor classes .Our goal is to provide boarders with opportunities to experience Canadian culture, to develop new skills, to gain a greater understanding of the international community in which they live and to become independent thinkers. The program is offered to boarding students; by doing so we believe this helps to strengthen the relationship between students and foster a sense of community.

Sundays are restful, reserved for sleeping-in, informal sports and boarding school activities, and studying.

The weekends are also filled with a lot of fun activities, including hosting guess speaker at dorm and other spirit events, family breakfast, intramural sports, shopping and movie trips.

Long weekends: There are a number of Long Weekends throughout the school year. On Long Weekends, the boarding school will often offer special supervised activities such as shopping, bowling, camping or skiing excursions.


Christmas Break and March Break are extended breaks when international students have the chance to return home to their families for a vacation.

During holiday long weekends, there are special supervised excursions available to places such as Ottawa (Canada’s capital city), Montreal, Quebec City, and Washington D.C. and New York City across the border in the United States. It is important to have a valid U.S. Visa, if required, from your country in order to take advantage of travel opportunities in the U.S.


7:00 a.m. Morning wake up bell
7:30 to 8:00 a.m Breakfast in the Dining Hall
8:10 a.m. Room Inspection
8:40 a.m. School Day begins
3:45 After School Program
5:00 Free time at dorm
6:00 to 6:45 p.m. Dinner in Dining Hall
7:00 p.m. Reminder Study Bell – Students should be gathering the necessary materials to work for the study period
7:00 to 9:00 p.m. Study. Students must work in study rooms with supervisors. During this time in order to allow them to complete their homework.
9:00 to 10:30 p.m. Free Time / Scheduled Activities. Posted on bulletin board in duty office.
10:30 p.m. Students must be in their room ready for bed

Nile Academy, Canadian Boarding School