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    We have made changes to our fees for students entering Junior Kindergarten to Grade 2.

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    For Grades JK to 10

    Parents concerned with the quality of their child's education expect more, and come to Venta to find it.

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  • Outstanding Academic Programme

    Venta offers an enriched academic programme, where students learn through individualized instruction and hands-on experience. Venta reinforces the basics, building a solid foundation for mastering advanced concepts.

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  • Developing Creativity

    "The child is the father of the man. Venta exists to provide a program tailored to each individual child's needs, allowing them to fully actualize their potential. We are interested in helping the talent soar!"

    Dr. Agatha Sidlauskas
    Founder of Venta Preparatory School

  • Physical Education

    Venta students participate in a wide range of physical activities, fostering skill development, self esteem, and a healthy lifestyle.

  • Extracurricular Activities

    "Venta enables every student to excel. It gives each boy and girl a moment in the sun, whatever their particular gift."

    Tina & Greg
    Parents of two Venta Graduates

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    Our students learn how to interact with each other and develop a strong sense of community.

Latest news

Fee Update

March 11, 2014 8:21 am
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The basic tuition fees have been reduced from $17,700 to $10,000  for Junior and Senior Kindergarten, and to $15,000 for Grades 1 and 2. *Junior and Senior Kindergarten fees also qualify as a tax...

Venta Gets Involved in Pink Shirt Day

February 26, 2014 9:51 am
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On February 26, Venta wears pink to symbolize that we as a society will not tolerate bullying anywhere. The idea of Pink Shirt Day or Anti-Bullying Day came from two inspired students in Nova Scotia, David...

The Case for Cursive

March 6, 2014 7:57 pm
It is undeniable that most words today are written on computers. Common wisdom, therefore, is that cursive writing is no longer necessary and will eventually go the way of the pictures that our ancestors drew on cave walls. However, Professor Isabelle Montésinos-Gelet at the University of Montreal’s Faculty of Education would disagree and strongly. For […]