Re-Registration Deadline Extended

Thank you all very much for your patience as our small registration team works hard to process the large number of re-registration applications received over the last few days. To ensure fairness in our registration process, the RE-REGISTRATION DEADLINE HAS BEEN EXTENDED to midnight on Sunday, February 23rd.

If you have questions or technical concerns, please contact  or visit our Re-Registration FAQ page for answers to common re-registration questions. 

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About Us


Our Mission

Our mission is to collaboratively provide the children and youth of the nation with the tools and skills needed to become active participants in their own education and lives, and to become conscientious, compassionate, and confident social citizens with the knowledge to understand the world and the wisdom and courage to change it.


Our Vision

We envision a school community where each member is a principled and empathic leader dedicated to social responsibility. We are creative and adaptable thinkers equipped with the skills needed to tackle any challenge. A relevant and enriched learning environment engages every learner. The democratic process is taught alongside social, artistic, creative and academic skills, motivating lifelong curiosity, empowerment, and resilience. Students learn how to learn and address problems head-on. We care about others, feel deeply, act wisely, and collaborate. Every member is valued, safe and fully supports our students’ endeavours to create, express, and continually reach upwards in learning and in life.


Our Goals

 The purpose of our school has always been to offer a well-rounded educational experience to our students. We strive to instill in our students an understanding of the rights and responsibilities of the democratic society in which they live, and it is a fundamental goal of our schools to ensure students believe in themselves and recognize the part they must play to make our world a better place. To do that, a cornerstone of our educational philosophy is to promote kindness, cooperation, respect for others, and to teach students to honor and celebrate their diversity.


Our Methodology

Diamond School provides an enriched academic program in a safe and nurturing learning environment, where students can benefit from our school's unique educational philosophy and enjoy our close-knit family atmosphere. Our educational program focuses on academic excellence and social awareness, while encouraging the use of technology and involvement in fine and performing arts.  


Our School

   Diamond School celebrates our students’ love for learning through engaging, challenging, and relevant learning opportunities. Diamond provides learning opportunities in a real-world context in order to cultivate a culture of resilient, informed, and independent learners who are well versed in creative, adaptive, and imaginative thinking.   


Partnering with Parents

  Parents and guardians play an integral role in the education of their children. We have an open door policy and invite you to partner with our teachers and staff to support your children's learning and growth.

Our Values

We work to implement the following values in everything we do at Diamond School

  • It is paramount to instill in all people a sense of compassion, consideration, and responsibility to others and the environment;
  • Collaborating with others creates endless opportunities for change and drives success, as more can be achieved together than any one person can achieve alone; 
  • Knowledge should be shared, questions and curiosity encouraged, and imagination celebrated;
  • All people must learn to effectively and cooperatively solve problems and resolve disputes;
  • People that have a sense of control over their own learning processes are more likely to be motivated to learn, and therefore more likely to learn successfully;
  • Competition in the form of grades, percentage marks, and rankings is counterproductive and harmful to learning;
  • Education is a community responsibility and takes collective and collaborative action between school, home, and community.