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A community of inspired learners

At The K-W Bilingual School, we inspire a love of lifelong learning and empower each student through a well-rounded experience. With academic pursuit as our cornerstone, we provide many opportunities for all students to excel – in the classroom, in their communities and beyond. Founded in 1966, we offer Kindergarten through Grade 8 bilingual education of the highest quality and are nationally recognized for our academic excellence. We tailor learning experiences to individual needs and value our parents as partners in nurturing the successful growth and development of our students. We believe that when communities, families and schools are united in support of each other, our students will flourish.

School Highlights

K to Grade 8 enriched bilingual curriculum

French teachers from Francophone countries

Teaching assistants in classes K to Grade 2

Phonics and math starting in Kindergarten

A balanced traditional and modern learning approach

Music program, enrichment opportunities, clubs and teams

Character development and social responsibility

Daily parent-teacher interaction

Our Academic Excellence

Our bilingual curriculum is built on a solid academic heritage, enhanced with innovative philosophical thinking and modern educational practices.

The Bilingual Advantage

Speaking and understanding more than one language is an asset (and an increasing necessity), in today's vastly diverse world.

Whole Child Development

We empower students as creative and engaged citizens, nurturing self-expression, understanding of others, and critical problem solving.

Full Day Kindergarten

A strong instructional foundation in early literacy skills and math skills, paired with the nurturing of curiosity, provides the basis for future academic success.

See what's happening

in our school

⁠Every year, @Technovation invites teams of young people from all over the world to learn the skills needed to solve real-world problems through technology.⁠

In the first episode of @bonnparkpodcast's two-part series Girls for Change, Sara and Marshall chat with award-winning Grade 10 Cameron Heights student Ellen Brisley about learning how to code a mobile disaster relief app, @aiutosolutions a project she started with fellow student Leya Oommen at K-W Bilingual School.⁠⁠

Hear from Jennifer Scotchmer, the Grade 7 and 8 English teacher at K-W Bilingual, as she shares insight on working with students and challenging their way of thinking to see new perspectives and ideas.⁠

🎙️ 🎧 Link in Bio @bonnparkpodcast

#KWBS #BONNPARKPODCAST #GIRLSFORCHANGE
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⁠Every year, @Technovation invites teams of young people from all over the world to learn the skills needed to solve real-world problems through technology.⁠

In the first episode of @bonnparkpodcast's two-part series Girls for Change, hear from Cassie Myers, the proud mentor for Ellen and Leya’s @aiutosolutions @Technovation team. Cassie is the founder of @belunaria, a diversity, equity and inclusion tech company in Waterloo.⁠ Sara and Marshall chat with award-winning Grade 10 Cameron Heights student Ellen Brisley about learning how to code a mobile disaster relief app, a project she started with fellow student Leya Oommen at K-W Bilingual School.⁠

🎙️ 🎧 Link in Bio @bonnparkpodcast

#KWBS #BONNPARKPODCAST #GIRLSFORCHANGE
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In the second episode of @bonnparkpodcast’s two-part series called Girls for Change, Marshall and Sara chat with Leya Oommen, an award-winning Grade 10 student at Waterloo Collegiate Institute. She discusses the @Technovation project @aiutosolutions she partnered on with fellow student Ellen Brisley.

Hear from Liz Hofer, a current grad student in computing at McMaster University, as she discusses the gender gap that remains in much of science, and talks about the work that still needs to be done to overcome longstanding systemic barriers.

Link in bio @bonnparkpodcast

🎙️ 🎧 Link in Bio @bonnparkpodcast

#KWBS #BONNPARKPODCAST #GIRLSFORCHANGE
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In @bonnparkpodcast’s two-part series called Girls for Change, Marshall and Sara chat with Leya Oommen, an award-winning Grade 10 student at Waterloo Collegiate Institute. She discusses the @Technovation project she partnered on with fellow student Ellen Brisley.

We also meet Maya El Kibbi, who teaches Grade 7 and 8 math and science at K-W Bilingual and has a PhD in Geophysics. El Kibbi is a recipient of the University of Waterloo’s Teaching Excellence Award in Mathematics.

LINK IN BIO @bonnparkpodcast

🎙️ 🎧 Link in Bio @bonnparkpodcast

#KWBS #BONNPARKPODCAST #GIRLSFORCHANGE
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Hear Leya Oommen talk process and the importance of information collection in creating @aiutosolutions

In the second episode of @bonnparkpodcast’s two-part series called Girls for Change, Marshall and Sara chat with Leya Oommen, an award-winning Grade 10 student at Waterloo Collegiate Institute. She discusses the Technovation project she partnered on with fellow student Ellen Brisley.

We also meet Maya Elkibbi, who teaches Grade 7 and 8 math and science at K-W Bilingual and has a PhD in Geophysics. Elkibbi is a recipient of the University of Waterloo’s Teaching Excellence Award in Mathematics.

Liz Hofer, a current grad student in computing at McMaster University, discusses the gender gap that remains in much of science, and talks about the work that still needs to be done to overcome longstanding systemic barriers.

@technovationwaterloo

🎙️ 🎧 Link in Bio @bonnparkpodcast

#KWBS #BONNPARKPODCAST #GIRLSFORCHANGE
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Hear Ellen Brisley describe the premise and inspiration of the app @aiutosolutions

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🎙️ 🎧 Link in Bio @bonnparkpodcast⁠

Every year, @Technovation invites teams of young people from all over the world to learn the skills needed to solve real-world problems through technology.⁠

In the first episode of @bonnparkpodcast's two-part series Girls for Change, Sara and Marshall chat with award-winning Grade 10 Cameron Heights student Ellen Brisley about learning how to code a mobile disaster relief app, a project she started with fellow student Leya Oommen at K-W Bilingual School.⁠

We also speak with Cassie Myers, the proud mentor for Ellen and Leya’s Auito Technovation team. Cassie is the founder of Lunaria Solutions, a diversity, equity and inclusion tech company in Waterloo.⁠

Jennifer Scotchmer, the Grade 7 and 8 English teacher at K-W Bilingual, shares insight on working with students and challenging their way of thinking to see new perspectives and ideas.⁠

#KWBS #BONNPARKPODCAST #GIRLSFORCHANGE
...

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Road tripping this summer? Here is a 2 part podcast about former KWBS students for the whole family to enjoy. ⁠

🎙️ 🎧 Link in Bio @bonnparkpodcast⁠

In the second episode of Bonn Park’s two-part series called Girls for Change, Marshall and Sara chat with Leya Oommen, an award-winning Grade 10 student at Waterloo Collegiate Institute. She discusses the Technovation project she partnered on with fellow student Ellen Brisley.⁠

We also meet Maya Elkibbi, who teaches Grade 7 and 8 math and science at K-W Bilingual and has a PhD in Geophysics. Elkibbi is a recipient of the University of Waterloo’s Teaching Excellence Award in Mathematics.⁠

Liz Hofer, a current grad student in computing at McMaster University,⁠

discusses the gender gap that remains in much of science, and talks about the work that still needs to be done to overcome longstanding systemic barriers.⁠

#KWBS #BONNPARKPODCAST #GIRLSFORCHANGE
...

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Road tripping this summer? Here is a 2 part podcast about former KWBS students for the whole family to enjoy. ⁠

🎙️ 🎧 Link in Bio @bonnparkpodcast⁠

Every year, @Technovation invites teams of young people from all over the world to learn the skills needed to solve real-world problems through technology.⁠

In the first episode of @bonnparkpodcast's two-part series Girls for Change, Sara and Marshall chat with award-winning Grade 10 Cameron Heights student Ellen Brisley about learning how to code a mobile disaster relief app, a project she started with fellow student Leya Oommen at K-W Bilingual School.⁠

We also speak with Cassie Myers, the proud mentor for Ellen and Leya’s Auito Technovation team. Cassie is the founder of Lunaria Solutions, a diversity, equity and inclusion tech company in Waterloo.⁠

Jennifer Scotchmer, the Grade 7 and 8 English teacher at K-W Bilingual, shares insight on working with students and challenging their way of thinking to see new perspectives and ideas.⁠

#KWBS #BONNPARKPODCAST #GIRLSFORCHANGE
...

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The @agotoronto has daily art making streams, workshops, and exhibits for all ages. Check out the link in their bio.⁠

#KWBS #AGOTORONTO #TryNewThings
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Our School Life

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and Activities

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OUR SCHOOL

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Shout Outs

Our students are recognized for a variety of accomplishments. See the latest news.

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Meet Former Student

Richad

The K-W Bilingual School has been a family that we are so happy to be a part of.

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School begins September 4th

10-Month School Year