|Columbia International College|
1003 Main Street West
|School type||Private, Prep, Day and Boarding|
|Motto||Seek, Strive, Succeed|
Columbia is a member of the Independent School Associations of Ontario (ISAO). The College is also registered with the Ministry of Education (Ontario)
Founded in Hamilton, Ontario, in 1978, Columbia International College began as a six-room university preparatory and ESL school on Mohawk Road West. It was known at the time as Columbia Secondary School of Canada. The school quickly outgrew this location, prompting a move to 430 East 25th Street in 1981 and another move to 1029 Main Street West in 1985; by this time, Columbia had a student population of 300. Ten years later, in 1991, Columbia Secondary School officially changed its name to Columbia International College.
The 1990s saw growth in Columbia's facilities, academic programs and student population. The school's climb in enrollment numbers resulted in a relocation to the Ainsliewood Campus in 2000. The school's current home is an 11,200 square metre facility located at 1003 Main Street West.
Columbia has six semesters: January, March, June, July, August and October. The school also offers year-round admission.
Columbia International College has about 1800 students that are from 73+ countries.
Columbia is an Official Test Centre for:
Columbia International College currently has six single-gender residence buildings: three for males and three for females. The male residences include Oak Hall, Pine Hall, and Hamilton Plaza (Formally Crown Plaza Hotel). The female residences include Linden Hall, Pine Hall and Arkledun. 
Columbia's Student Development Office assists students with their after-school schedules and events on campus and within residence. They offer clubs and activities based on Leadership, Arts, Community Service and Athletics.
Bark Lake is Columbia's private Leadership and Outdoor Education Center. It is a 700-acre facility located in Haliburton County, Ontario.
Throughout the year, frequent trips are made to Bark Lake for students to complete leadership training.
|2018 - current||Bill Ironside|
|2016 - 2018||Steve Saunders|
|2007 - 2016||Ron Rambarran|
|1993 - 2007||Anna Shkolnik|
|1984 - 1993||Harold Mills|
|1981 - 1984||Mable Young|
|1979 - 1981||Christine Davis|