Students enrolled in the Professional Program have access to a number of services aimed at encouraging their progress and fostering the development of their skills and talent.
No talented child should have to give up on their dream due to a lack of financial resources.
To increase access to its professional training, the school offers financial support in the form of bursaries to students who apply for assistance. L’École supérieure considers the student’s parents’ financial means in addition to the applicant’s skill level relative to the set requirements for admission in the program.
Priority consideration is given to applicants from remote areas in Quebec, or from other Canadian provinces.
As financial assistance is taxable by the Canada Revenue Agency, a T4A slip is issued to recipients. For college students attending the Cégep du Vieux Montréal, the Quebec government offers financial support through its Loans and Bursaries program.
L’École supérieure de ballet du Québec assists students from outside the Montreal region in finding an appropriate living environment for the school year, either with a host family or in residence. The registrar keeps a current list of contacts and can connect parents with available resources.
Secondary school students also have the option of staying at the Pensionnat du Saint-Nom-de-Marie student residence. During the summer session, L’École supérieure offers full accommodations, including meals and round-the-clock supervision.
L’École supérieure provides daily transportation for elementary and secondary students to our academic partner schools.
Students are supervised on a chartered shuttle bus to and from L’École supérieure de ballet du Québec and Saint-Joseph school or the Pensionnat du Saint-Nom-de-Marie.