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Toronto Area Schools

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Arrowsmith School
"At Arrowsmith School, research findings have led to a new approach for the identification and treatment of learning dysfunctions. The basis of this approach is an understanding of the human brain, its functions and more particularly, its dysfunctions."

Ascension of Our Lord Secondary School, Mississauga
Catholic high school. 7-12. Coed. Day.

Bayview Glen, Don Mills
"Serving the Greater Toronto area and easily accessible by car or public transit, Bayview Glen is a coeducational school situated in Don Mills, on four landscaped acres surrounded by forty-plus acres of conservation land." Day. Coed. PK-13.

Bialik Hebrew Day School, Toronto
"Bialik Hebrew Day school is a vibrant and exciting environment where students are encouraged to develop to the best of their ability. There are 800 students from Junior Kindergarten to Grade 8."

Bishop Strachan School, Toronto
"At Bishop Strachan, the stepping stones of academic excellence are built on the same foundation that has proven successful for over 127 years." 7-13. Girls. Boarding/Day. (Coed lower school)

Bond Academy, Toronto
Bond Academy is a private, co-educational, non-denominational, independent K-12 School. We provide our students with the Ontario Ministry of Education's Curriculum in small classes with high expectations, within an enriched, caring and secure environment. We focus on physical education, including an aquatics program and a lunch hour intramural program.

Branksome Hall, Toronto
This K-12 girls day and boarding school offers a wide range of programs. "At Branksome Hall, girls have not only equal opportunity but every opportunity."

Crescent School, Toronto
Crescent, founded in 1913, is divided into a Lower School (3-6), a Middle School (7-8) and an Upper School (9-OAC). Boys. Student reviews are somewhat less enthusiastic than some other schools on the list. Nonetheless, the OME and other rankings are universal in their acclaim for 0his school.

De La Salle College, Toronto
Grades: 5 through OAC. Student Body: 560. Catholic. Coed. Day.

Fieldstone Day School, Toronto
"Fieldstone Day School supports the development of a safe learning environment in which students are respected and recognized as unique individuals."

George Harvey Collegiate Institute, Toronto
"All of us at George Harvey Collegiate, staff and students alike share in this responsibility, and to create the best possible environment in which students may learn and grow." Coed. Day. 9-OAC.

The Giles School
The Giles School was founded on the concept of early academic intervention within a bilingual setting. Our highly enriched French immersion academic programme, beginning in Pre-K, gives Giles School students an education comparable to the best programmes in the world.

The Great Lakes College of Toronto
"The Great Lakes College of Toronto is a private international school preparing students for entrance into Canadian and American universities. Established in 1978, the school has developed expertise over almost two decades of professional performance."

Havergal College, Toronto
Havergal College is an independent day and boarding school for girls from Junior Kindergarten to Senior Year (OAC).

Hudson College, Toronto
Hudson College is a co-ed, non-denominational school offering enriched academic programs from JK to university entrance. Our small class sizes, nurturing and rewarding environment, and dedicated teachers ensure that all students receive the kind of individual attention needed to develop their skills, strengths, and interests.

Mastery Academy, Mississauga
"Mastery Academy is a small private school dedicated to the re-education of students with learning differences (commonly known as Learning Disabilities)."

McDonald International Academy, Toronto
"A Canadian private secondary school located in downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The Academy is registered with the Ontario Ministry of Education (Official Number: 876674) offering Grade 10 to OAC (pre-university) and English as a Second Language courses."

Montcrest School, Toronto
"Montcrest School has been in operation since 1961. A coeducational independent school with classes from Junior Kindergarten to Grade 8, Montcrest has a student population of 249 children. As well as regular class programs it offers special education classes for children with learning disabilities."

PEAC, Thornhill
"The Pavilion Elite Athletic Collegiate – PEAC is a new, independent school for students in grades 7 – 12, designed to provide high-performing student athletes with a unique opportunity to learn and train in a new, state-of-the-art athletic facility."

Royal St. George's College, Toronto
Boys. Day. 7-OAC. RSGC is a university-preparatory school.

Saint Andrew's College, Toronto
Grades 6–13. Boys. Boarding/day. College prep.

Saint Basil-the-Great College Catholic High School, Toronto
Catholic. 9-OAC. Coed. Day.

Saint Clement's School, Toronto
"St. Clement's School is an independent day school with approximately 425 students from grade 1 to high school graduation. St. Clement's seeks to develop the leaders of tomorrow by encouraging scholastic achievement, self-confidence, and independent thinking in an enriching, supportive environment."

University of Toronto Schools, Toronto
"The University of Toronto Schools is a secondary school that provides a unique alternative learning environment for students of exceptionally high academic ability. It is affiliated with the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto."

Upper Canada College, Toronto
"The school offers grade three (soon to be offering grade two) to thirteen and is presently implementing the curriculum of the International Baccalaureate." 2-13. Boys. Boarding/Day.

Voice Intermediate School, Toronto
"Voice is a non denominational, co-educational, intermediate school for students in grades six, seven and eight."

YMCA Academy, Toronto
"The YMCA Academy is an innovative secondary school for youth needing or wanting a small learning community, where they are challenged to create their future through a dynamic learning process."

The Yorkland School and North Toronto Christian School, Toronto
"It is the purpose of NTCS and TYS to provide a sound academic education integrated with a Christian view of God and the world."

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