Special Projects   
Campus Renewal Project
One key area of focus in the QMS Strategic Plan is building our future. The Campus Master Plan, created in 2012, guides our campus and facilities development, enhancing a learning environment that provides enriched educational experiences. We invite the QMS Community to share our vision.
Building on Tradition
Pave the Way
We are excited to offer our community the opportunity to leave a mark on Queen Margaret’s School with the creation of a dedication pathway. This beautiful brick walkway begins at the QMS Learning Centre and extends through Douglas fir and cedar trees to connect with Rowantree Hall. Whether you are honouring a student, past or current, a teacher, family member or special occasion, our inscribed bricks make a lasting impression. These personalized bricks will become part of our QMS history, forming a path that links past, present and future.
Pave the Way Brochure
Equestrian Centre Upgrades
The Shirley Burr Equestrian Centre at Queen Margaret's School offers rewarding experiences for all members of the local community. However, maintaining this facility has been (and will continue to be) financially demanding. QMS student lesson fees cover program and horse care costs, but not the necessary upgrades that are required to meet the needs of the ever-expanding enrolment. We encourage donors to connect with us to assist with this long-term project.
Contact the Development Office for Details
Scholarships & Bursaries
Queen Margaret’s School scholarships and bursaries are awarded to students to recognize their academic history, involvement in school activities, and personal character. Through the creation of a robust Scholarship & Bursary Endowment Fund, Queen Margaret’s School will be able to offer more financial aid resources for potential and current families. Donations to this area can be completed through our Annual Fund each year.
Annual Fund Brochure
I learned much of my equestrian knowledge through the equestrian program at QMS and I'm grateful that I am now able to use that in my career.
- Amber Dawn Clarkson, Class of '95