The most ambitious fundraising campaign in the school’s history, the KCS SENIOR SCHOOL CAMPAIGN
has a goal of raising $5 million through a combination of community bonds and charitable gifts, to help create a Senior School
that our students deserve and our community needs.
The objective of the KCS Senior School will be to provide a deeper learning experience that develops students more thoroughly as skilled, creative and action-oriented thinkers in a changing, uncertain global economy.
KCS intends to raise $4 million of the funds through Community Bonds, a proven social finance tool that generates both a social and financial return. This tool allows an established organization like KCS, to leverage their community of supporters to help finance the construction and renovation of a fixed-asset, like a new space or major equipment. In return, investors earn a fixed interest rate for a set term.
With investment minimums as low as $2,500 and interest rates as high as 5 per cent, KCS Community Bonds are designed to attract a wide range of investors from everyday Canadians, to corporations and foundations.
With over $1.1 million in bonds pledged to be purchased to date, a first goal to sell $3.5 million in bonds by July 1, 2021 and the remainder by December 1, 2021, KCS is inviting the Greater Toronto Area community to join the journey and invest in the KCS Senior School. Those interested in KCS Bonds are invited to join the KCS Campaign team at an online Investor Information Session
on March 25, 2021 at 12:00 p.m. or 7:00 p.m. to learn more about the project and opportunity.
The objective of the Senior School will be to provide a deep learning experience that develops students more thoroughly as skilled, creative and action-oriented thinkers in a changing, uncertain global economy. The school will meet the high standards of the KCS Junior School (established in 1989) and will be aligned with the KCS vision of being a defining force in developing lifelong learners.
As the only independent secondary school between midtown Toronto and Oakville and one of the few co-ed independent schools in the Greater Toronto Area, the KCS Senior School will also be filling a critical gap in the community and surrounding markets.