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Student Conferences

At various age levels, students have the opportunity to attend international Round Square conferences, helping them to develop social skills and broaden their international experiences. Offering a combination of guest speakers, group discussions, cultural visits, community service and adventure activities, the conferences are an occasion for students to exchange ideas and views with other students from around the world.

Regional Round Square Conferences

2008 – Markham College, Lima, Peru
2009 – Hotchkiss School, Connecticut, USA
2009 – Brookhouse School, Nairobi, Kenya
2010 – Athenian School, California, USA
2011 – Appleby College, Oakville, Ontario
2012 – Herlufsholm Skole, Næstved, Denmark
2013 – Rothesay Netherwood School, Rothesay, New Brunswick
2014 – Bayview Glen/St. Clement’s School, Toronto, Ontario
2015 – Collegio Anglo Colombiano, Bogota, Colombia
2016 – Chadwick School, California, USA
2017 – Belgrano Day School, Buenos Aires, Argentina

International Round Square Conferences

2005 – Ivanhoe Grammar School, Melbourne, Australia
2007 – Daly College, Indore, India
2008 – Collingwood School, West Vancouver, British Columbia
2009 – Mayo College, Ajmer, India
2010 – Regents International School, Pattaya, Thailand
2011 – Wellington College, Wellington, United Kingdom
2012 – Penryn College, Nelspruit, South Africa
2013 – Saint Andrew’s School, Boca Raton, USA
2014 – King’s Academy, Madaba, Jordan
2015 – United World College, Dover, Singapore
2016 – Stiftung Louisenlund School, Germany
2017 - Bridge House School, South Africa

Young Round Square Conferences

2006 – Strathcona-Tweedsmuir School, Okotoks, Alberta
2007 – Bermuda High School, Pembroke, Bermuda
2008 – Foothill Country Day School, California, USA
2009 – Appleby College/Fern Hill School, Oakville, Ontario
2010 – Rothesay Netherwood School, Rothesay, New Brunswick
2011 – Lower Canada College, Montreal, Quebec
2012 – Lakefield College School, Lakefield, Ontario
2013 – Chadwick School, California, USA
2015 – Collingwood School, West Vancouver, British Columbia
2016 – Athenian School, California, USA
2017 – Hackley School, New York

CAIS Conferences

2011 – Sacred Heart High School, Halifax, Nova Scotia
2013 – Appleby College, Oakville, Ontario
2014 – St. George’s School, Vancouver, British Columbia
2014 – Selwyn House School, Montreal, Quebec
2015 – Miss Edgar’s & Miss Cramp’s School, Montreal, Quebec
2016 – West Island College, Calgary, Alberta
2017 - Toronto French School, Toronto, Ontario

“Students realize that someone in India or Thailand is the same as them but also different; that’s global education – the ability to see things from another point of view.” Mark Salkeld, Deputy Head

Canadian Accredited Independent Schools

LCC students attend CAIS conferences annually. Learn More

Round Square

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