A Family-friendly Neighborhood.
The name Don Mills came, of course, from the Don River and from the fact that several mills were established in the Don Valley in the 19th century. There was a woolen mill in the area of what is now Edward’s Gardens near a tributary of the west branch of the Don. Later, another woolen mill was located on the east branch of the Don where the Don Mills Ski Club was located. A sawmill operated in the Don Valley in what is now the Donalda Club area. Amazingly, the Don River flowed strongly enough in the last century and early part of this one to turn the water wheels operating the mills, and at one point during a great flood, some of the mills were washed away.
The historic residences of pioneer miller William Gray are still in their original location overlooking the Don River on the Donalda Golf Club grounds. The Gray property was purchased in 1914 by David Dunlap who made his fortune in the mining business. The Dunlap family established a prize-winning “model farm” here in Don Mills. “Donalda” farm was visited by farming experts from around the world who came to inspect and marvel at its livestock and equipment. In 1952 son Moffat Dunlop sold the six hundred acres “Donalda” farm to the Don Mills Development Company which was headed by Canadian business legend E.P. Taylor. “Donalda” house was originally used as a sales office by the developers and now serves as the clubhouse for the Donalda Golf Club. Don Mills is recognized as the first planned, and fully integrated post-war community in North America. It is credited with laying out the blueprint for Toronto’s post-war suburban development and the building of contemporary neighborhoods.
Later on, it was named the second-best neighborhood in the entire city by Toronto Life magazine 2013. This modern, affluent community stretches from York Mills in the north to Eglinton in the south.
Don Mills was planned as a model town that would humanize urban life in an age of industry and the automobile. Initiated and financed by businessman E.P. Taylor and designed by Macklin Hancock, a young urban planner, it was built between 1952 and 1965 on 835 hectares of land between the west and east Don River valleys. Hancock’s planning team envisioned a self – contained community distinguished by consistent design principles and modernist style.
Amid a post-World War II housing shortage, businessman Edward Plunkett Taylor purchased over 800 hectares of land twelve kilometers north of downtown Toronto. What had been a rural farming community with a gristmill, woolen mills, and sawmills was, between 1953 and 1965, transformed into one of Canada’s most noteworthy suburban developments. Taylor hired landscape architect and planner Macklin Hancock to design the master plan for the self-contained community, based upon Garden City principles.
The land was divided into four quadrants, each containing a school, a church, and a park, as well as a range of housing types—all conforming to strictly enforced Modernist tenets of style and design. At the center of the quadrants was a regional shopping center, the Don Mills Centre, separated from the residential neighborhoods by a ring road—the ‘Donway.’ Parks and schools were linked by a system of walkways, which also connected them to the central commercial district, and to an outer greenbelt that included land on the banks of the Don River. To mediate traffic, roads in the residential quadrants were graciously curvilinear and often terminated in cul-de-sacs. In the mid-2000s the Don Mills Centre was demolished and replaced by the Shops at Don Mills, a retail and business plaza that includes the open-air Town Centre, designed by Quinn Design Associates. A model for subsequent suburban communities throughout Canada, Don Mills is among the first planned communities funded entirely by the private sector, and in 1997 it was designated a heritage site by the Ontario Heritage Foundation.
The actual construction of the Don Mills Development started on May 8, 1953, for the first home on Jocelyn Cres. Rather than single-family homes overlooking parkland, semi-detached houses were planned on sub-collector roads which joined The Donway. This enabled more residents to enjoy a view of the park or the ravine from their kitchen windows and compensated for their location on roads with higher traffic use. A system of walkways bordering the parks and schools encouraged pedestrian traffic off the main roads. Half a century after its founding, the neighborhood has aged beautifully, and many of the homes’ unique era-specific features (carports and flat roofs) add a character that’s fairly unique to this part of Toronto. The layout of this community was so successful that it’s considered the go-to model for new suburban development to this day.
Shops at Don Mills located on the southwest corner of Don Mills Road and Lawrence Avenue East is a family-friendly neighborhood landmark and meeting place. This contemporary open-air shopping center is designed with an urban village theme where shoppers can partake in exciting year-round events. The venue for these events is the Town Square which features a dramatic clock tower, a robotic water feature, and an oval ice rink. Gourmet food shops and restaurants are part of the mix. Shops at Don Mills. Everything old is new once again. When the former Don Mills Shopping Centre opened in the 1960s it began as an outdoor shopping plaza and eventually as times and tastes changed it was retrofitted into an indoor shopping center.
The old shopping center has now been transformed once again into the new Shops at Don Mills where once again shoppers can enjoy an outdoor retail experience. While outdoor shopping plazas may not be new to Toronto the Shops at Don Mills are like no other outdoor shopping experience ever seen before in Toronto. This well-conceived and designed retail showpiece have been built in accordance with the City of Toronto’s Green Development Guidelines. The new urbanism look and feel of this place are accentuated by the Town Square located in the middle of the development. The Town Square is flanked on one side by a magnificent water feature that twice every hour, erupts into a four-minute choreographed show. At the other end of the Town Square is an eye-popping clock tower that is actually a sculpture designed by famed Canadian artist and author Douglas Coupland. The symbols on this unique clock tower are models of houses that resemble those found in the Don Mills neighborhood.
Other Nearby Shops and Services
- 1 Real Canadian Superstore and 10 other grocery stores
- 9 Tim Hortons and 16 other coffee shops
- 4 Shoppers Drug Mart and 20 other pharmacies
- 2 GoodLife Fitness and 17 other gyms
Recreation & Culture
Many of Don Mill’s smaller local parks are connected by a paved walkway that runs behind Don Mills’ houses. Another path inside Edwards Gardens is part of a nine-kilometer paved trail that follows the valley of the West Don River all the way to Warden Woods Park in Scarborough. Three Valleys Park, located next to Three Valleys School has a large children’s playground and tennis courts. The Don Mills Civitan Arena located at 1030 Don Mills Road has a children’s house league program and offers pleasure skating at designated times throughout the week. The Don Mills Public Library at 881 Lawrence Avenue East has regular programming for babies, toddlers, preschoolers, and school children. Don Mills is near to the Ontario Science Centre located at 770 Don Mills Road.
- Edwards Gardens Edwards Gardens sits adjacent to the Toronto Botanical Garden. This former estate garden features perennials and roses on the uplands and wildflowers, rhododendrons, and an extensive rockery in the valley. On the upper level of the valley, there is also a lovely arboretum beside the children’s Teaching Garden.
- Banbury Park & Community Centre is situated in the beautifully quiet residential neighborhood at Leslie Street and York Mills Road. The community center is very popular for its banquet hall facilities. With traditional hardwood floors and a stage, it is perfect for your next family or corporate function. Other rooms are suitable for small meetings and quiet activities. Large windows in many of the programming spaces offer scenic views of the wooded parkland that is Windfield Park. The community center is located at 120 Banbury Road, adjacent to Windfields Park, and Banbury Tennis Courts. The closest major intersection is Leslie and York Mills. The facility can be reached at 416-395-6101.
- Bond Park, located off Duncairn Road, is Don Mill’s largest park. It includes extensive baseball facilities and organized leagues and is also home to the North York Winter Tennis Club.
Parks & Green Spaces
This neighborhood is park heaven, with 8 parks and community recreation facilities within its boundaries:
- Wilket Creek Park
- Chipping Park
- Don Mills Civitan Arena
- Edwards Gardens
- York Mills Park
- Ames Park
- Bond Park
- Don Mills Trail
- Duncairn Park
- Longwood Park
- Greenbelt Park
- Mallow Park
- Woodcliff Greenbelt
- Southwell Park
- Rippleton Park
- Paperbirch Walkway
- Irving Paisley Park / York Mills Arena
- Moccasin Trail Park
- Talwood Park
- Sunnybrook Park
Other nearby facilities in this neighborhood
- 1 Hiking
- 3 Picnic Facilities
- 16 Trails
- 2 Arenas
- 1 Indoor Dry Pad
- 2 Indoor Rinks
- 1 Arboretum
- 1 Botanical Garden
- 1 Nature Centre
- 12 Playgrounds
- 14 Sports Fields
- 1 Community Rec. Centre
- 1 Preschool Activities Room
- 1 Stage
- 10 Tennis Courts
- 8 Ball Diamonds
- 2 Clubhouses
- 1 Multi-Use Pad
- 2 Fitness Trails
- 2 Basketball Courts
- 3 Cricket Fields
- 1 Equestrian
- 1 Leash-Free Dog Area
Mere blocks away from the 401 and the 404/Don Valley Expressway, Banbury Don Mills is a great area for those who commute to work by car. The oft-maligned Sheppard line provides the community with much-needed subway access, and there are four main bus routes (95 York Mills, 54 Lawrence East, 32 Eglinton East and 34 Eglinton West) for the convenience of TTC riders.
- Don Mills is a subway station that is the eastern terminus of Line 4 Sheppard in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The station is at the northeast corner of Sheppard Avenue East and Don Mills Road, within the residential communities of Don Valley Village and Henry Farm, adjacent to Fairview Mall shopping center. Oriole GO with 1 rail transit stop and 234 street-level transit stop in the neighborhood, it’s easy to get around.
- Bus routes on York Mills Road, Lawrence Avenue East, and Leslie Street connect passengers to stations on the Yonge-University-Spadina subway line. The Don Mills Road bus connects to the Pape station on the Bloor-Danforth subway line. Don Mills Road provides commuters with a quick and easy access route to downtown Toronto. North and south on-ramps to the Don Valley Parkway are located east of Don Mills Road, off Eglinton and Lawrence Avenues, and of York Mills Road.
Families are spoiled for choice when it comes to schools. In addition to 13 private schools, Banbury Don Mills has several public schools: Rippleton, Denlow, Norman Ingram, Greenland, and Don Mills Middle School. Secondary students can attend York Mills and Don Mills Collegiates. The Toronto Public Library has a large branch adjacent to the Shops at Don Mills. Sunnybrook and North York General hospitals are both close by.
Banbury-Don Mills has 14 Public schools, 6 Catholic schools, and 9 Private schools in this neighborhood, your kids can get a great education.
Don Mills Collegiate Institute
Address: 15 The Donway E, North York, ON M3C 1N2, Canada | Telephone: (416) 395-3190 | Fax: (416) 395-3429 |Email: DonMills.CI@tdsb.on.ca
“Our school’s emphasis is on student success. This emphasis is enhanced by modern science laboratories, a library learning commons, and state-of-the-art computer labs. The use of these supports enables students to learn skills for the 21st century. Our goal is to help all our students achieve their personal best!” As originally published by Don Mills Collegiate Institute
Marc Garneau Collegiate Institute
Address: 135 Overlea Blvd, North York, ON M3C 1B3, Canada | Telephone: (416) 396-2410 | Fax: (416) 396-2407 |Email: MarcGarneau@tdsb.on.ca
“Marc Garneau Collegiate Institute is one of the most diverse secondary schools in the TDSB. The secret to our student success stems from the many cultures that come together to create an amazing learning and social environment where students, staff, and our community learn from one another. MGCI offers many unique programs; horticulture, financial securities, SHSM, and our TOPS program, proclaimed by Maclean’s magazine as “best across the nation”. We also have over 90 student-led co-curricular activities and a wide range of competitive team sports. At MGCI, we ensure that every student that enters our building has a choice in programming and a safe learning environment where they fully apply their creative talents.” As originally published by Marc Garneau Collegiate Institute
Address: 17 The Donway E, North York, ON M3C 1X6, Canada | Telephone: (416) 395-2320 | Fax: (416) 395-4491 |Email: DonMills.MS@tdsb.on.ca
“Don Mills Middle School is located in the Don Mills community of Toronto. Our school serves a mixed residential neighborhood and has enjoyed success in addressing the diverse needs of our community. The school shares the same campus as Don Mills Collegiate Institute. This offers many opportunities for cooperative programming and for a smoother transition for the middle-level students that choose to attend DMCI. Both schools offer the CyberARTS multi-disciplinary program, integrating artistic expression and multimedia technologies. Our motto, “Never Settle for Less than Your Best”, applies to both staff and students.” As originally published by Don Mills Middle School
York Mills Collegiate Institute
Address: 490 York Mills Rd, North York, ON M3B 1W6, Canada | Telephone: (416) 395-3340 | Fax: (416) 395-9000 |Email: YorkMills@tdsb.on.ca
“At YMCI, there is a strong emphasis on academic achievement, student success, and post-secondary preparation. The school has a long history of excellence in academics, performing and visual arts, athletics, and community involvement. We are proud to be a dual-track school offering French Immersion, Core French, and Spanish. An extensive English as a Second Language program is also available. The students and staff of York Mills are proud of their school and of their culturally diverse backgrounds. Everyone works together to create a learning environment that is safe, nurturing, positive, and respectful. At York Mills, the staff, parents, and community partners work together to support the growth and achievement of all students.” As originally published by York Mills Collegiate Institute
Address: 15 Greenland Rd, North York, ON M3C 1N1, Canada | Telephone: (416) 395-2500 | Fax: (416) 395-2508 |Email: Greenland@tdsb.on.ca
“Greenland is a small, neighborhood school with a true community feeling. Our goal is to create a safe, stimulating, and inclusive environment where all students pursue excellence through balanced and challenging programs. Greenland is a multicultural school that reflects the diversity of Toronto. We have two on-site childcare facilities: Playhouse Daycare and GRASP Before and After School Program. The staff and parents/guardians at our school value education and share a strong commitment to providing a caring and respectful atmosphere. We offer a variety of extra-curricular activities including sports teams, the Ambassadors’ Program, Chess and Art Clubs, and K-Kids. Greenland is a great place for learning and growing together!” As originally published by Greenland Public School
Address: 50 Duncairn Rd, Toronto, ON M3B, Canada | Telephone: (416) 395-2720 | Fax: (416) 395-4477 | Email: NormanIngram@tdsb.on.ca
“Norman Ingram PS is located in the northwest quadrant of Don Mills. It was one of the original four schools built to serve the new and revolutionary Don Mills sub-division in 1954. The school is named in honor of the late Norman G. S. Ingram, who spent many years in public office. Among his many accomplishments was his lifelong dedication to the education of students in the former City of North York. He was a teacher, publisher of educational textbooks, Trustee, and then Chairperson of the North York Board of Education.” As originally published by Norman Ingram Public School
Address: 375 Banbury Rd, North York, ON M2L 2V2, Canada | Telephone: (416) 395-3100 | Fax: (416) 395-3105 | Email: Windfields@tdsb.on.ca
“Windfields Junior High School has an excellent reputation for both academic and co-curricular achievement. Our mission is to create lifelong learners who will be prepared for the 21st Century through academic, exploratory, and technological opportunities and to offer programs that encourage students to strive for excellence. Evidence of our success is indicated by the number of students on our Honour Roll, participation in school teams and activities, and the many trophies indicating success in all areas of school life. These accomplishments are due to the dedication of students, the professionalism of the staff, and the immense support of our parents. Windfields has a positive energy which fosters success and goodwill!” As originally published by Windfields Middle School
Address: 150 Carnforth Rd, North York, ON M4A 2H6, Canada | Telephone: 416 397-2080
“L’éducation des enfants se fait grâce à une alliance école, famille et communauté. Le travail en équipe et la création de partenariats solides sont essentiels pour s’assurer que les élèves réalisent leur plein potentiel. Ensemble, nous pouvons les accompagner à devenir des citoyens engagés et responsables contribuant à l’essor de notre société. Soyez assurés que l’équipe de Jeanne-Lajoie s’engage à offrir un milieu éducatif enrichissant, inclusif et bienveillant à vos enfants.”As originally published by É Élém Jeanne-Lajoie
Address: 300 Banbury Rd, North York, ON M2L 2W2, Canada | Telephone: 416 397-2085
“Ayant été la première école francophone du Grand Toronto, l’École secondaire Étienne-Brûlé occupe un lieu privilégié d’éducation de langue française au sein de la population de Toronto et des environs. Nous sommes le reflet de la communauté francophone torontoise actuelle. Notre école est enrichie par la présence d’élèves et de membres du personnel qui nous arrivent des quatre coins du monde et qui travaillent dans une atmosphère de respect et de collaboration.“As originally published by ÉS Étienne-Brûlé
Address: 50 Denlow Blvd, North York, ON M3B 1P7, Canada | Telephone: (416) 395-2300 | Fax: (416) 395-2302 | Email: DenlowPS@tdsb.on.ca
“Denlow Public School is a Kindergarten to Grade 6 school located in the York Mills community. The school first opened in 1970. Denlow serves 440 students representing over 20 languages. Approximately 20% of the students speak English as a Second Language. Denlow Public School is a dual program school in that we house the regular and gifted programs. The gifted program draws from the wider community for students in grades 4, 5, and 6. We also house the Denlow Child Care, a community-based program.” As originally published by Denlow Public School
Address: 55 Gateway Blvd, North York, ON M3C 1B4, Canada | Telephone: (416) 397-2970 | Fax: (416) 395-4493 | Email: Gateway@tdsb.on.ca
“Gateway Public School serves Junior Kindergarten to Grade 6 students in the vibrant neighborhood of Flemingdon Park. We are situated in a lush ravine setting, with a protected playground that offers a variety of play options for students. Our school population is close to 900 students. Gateway is a diverse community, a representation of the multicultural center Toronto has become. We celebrate and are dedicated to promoting student success in an inclusive and respectful environment. We hold high expectations for the achievement and the conduct of our students based on the key components of mutual respect, responsibility, safety, and commitment to the betterment of self and the broader community.” As originally published by Gateway Public School
Address: 130 Overlea Blvd, North York, ON M3C 1B2, Canada | Telephone: (416) 396-2465 | Fax: (416) 396-2902 | Email: ValleyPark@tdsb.on.ca
“Valley Park Middle School is a large community school with a tradition of excellence where, in partnership with parents, we value and celebrate our multicultural diversity. At Valley Park, we believe that learning is a lifelong commitment. We believe that the academic, social, emotional, physical, and attitudinal needs of our students are our prime concerns and that our programs address these needs. We are proud of our students’ accomplishments in public speaking and math/science competitions. We are also extremely proud of our award-winning choir. Our school continues to be a humanitarian leader via our participation in the Terry Fox Run, food drives, and other humanitarian ventures.“As originally published by Valley Park Middle School
Address: 81 Harrison Rd, North York, ON M2L 1V9, Canada | Telephone: (416) 395-2530 | Fax: (416) 395-4461 | Email: Harrison@tdsb.on.ca
“Harrison Public School is located in the Bayview/York Mills community. The school serves over 200 children from Kindergarten through Grade 6, representing language groups from China, Iran, Turkey, Korea, India, Sri Lanka, Spain, and the Philippines. Seventy-eight percent of the students were born in Canada. The school is so well established that there are children of past Harrison graduates currently attending the school. Harrison is a neighborhood school that is proudly and accurately known as “The Small School with the Big Heart”. As originally published by Harrison Public School
Address: 100 Underhill Dr, North York, ON M3A 2J9, Canada | Telephone: (416) 395-2700 | Fax: (416) 395-3958 | Email: MilneValley@tdsb.on.ca
“Milne Valley Middle School is located on Underhill Drive near the Don Valley Parkway and Lawrence Avenue. The school was formerly known as Milford Junior High School and became a middle school in 1987. Our students come from eight feeder schools: O’Connor, Sloane, Victoria Village, Cassandra, Ranchdale, Three Valleys, Dunlace, and Rene Gordon Public Schools. Milne Valley’s focus is on preparing students both academically and socially for their secondary school careers. Students are challenged to do their best at all times, and the school honors their efforts with a variety of awards.” As originally published by Milne Valley Middle School
CATHOLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOL
Cornerstone Montessori Prep School (Don Mills Campus)
Address: 33 Mallard Road, Don Mills,Ontario M3B 1S4 | Telephone: (416) 977-1204
“The mission of the Children’s Primary Centre and Cornerstone Preparatory School is to educate students who, for the glory of God, are capable of achieving at or above grade level with reasonable effort in a traditional learning environment that prepares students for higher education while developing and implementing a Christian world view that permeates all of life.”As originally published by Cornerstone Montessori Prep School (Don Mills Campus)
Metamorphosis Greek Orthodox School
Address: 30 Scarsdale Road, North York, ON M3B | Telephone: 416.463.7222 | Fax: 416.463.2971 | Email: www.mgos.ca, email@example.com
“Our Mission: To offer education of the highest academic level, combined with the teaching of Greek Orthodox values, Greek language, and culture in an environment that will help and encourage each student to develop his or her full potential, to equip students with the skills and values that will enable them to serve and lead in society and church. All this in a loving and positive environment.”As originally published by Metamorphosis Greek Orthodox School
Address: 55 Scarsdale Rd, North York, ON M3B 2R3, Canada | Telephone: 416 444-7644
“WillowWood has been ahead of the educational curve in recognizing, since its inception that one size does not fit all. We have a long tradition of delivering targeted, personal education for diverse learners that considers each student’s unique needs, inclinations, and strengths.” As originally published by WillowWood School
Address: 33 Overland Drive, Toronto, ON M3C | Telephone: 416.499.8790 |Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
“Seneca Hill is a private co-educational day school that has been educating students since 1988. From Junior Kindergarten to Grade 12, we are dedicated to providing a strong foundation that focuses on a healthy balance of academic, physical, and emotional growth through classroom interaction, extracurricular activities, and a variety of enriching experiences. We help students unlock their potential by offering strong academic, athletic, and artistic programs while also providing each student with the necessary preparation needed to achieve their educational goals. We emphasize integrating each student’s interest in the modern world in order to foster growth. By establishing this strong foundation, our graduates go on to become successful individuals confident in the skills they have gained at Seneca Hill.” As originally published by Seneca Hill Private School
La Citadelle International Academy
Address: 15 Mallow Road, Toronto, ON M3B | Telephone: 416-385-9685 | Fax: 416-385-9685 | Email: email@example.com
“La Citadelle International Academy of Arts & Science was conceived in September 2000 upon a clear vision of both international and holistic education, Canadian bilingualism, and a spirit of educational excellence. Its exceptionally caring environment and encompassing core-curriculum, combined with a distinguished faculty, a diverse student body, and comprehensive resources, equip its students with the knowledge, skills, and values required to attain the highest levels of achievement and mastery learning. With four years of French instruction at the Kindergarten Division and eight years of bilingual instruction at the Elementary Division, students are equipped with unparalleled tools essential for them to begin La Citadelle’s bilingual Secondary School Division, which has been customized to offer an extremely solid foundation for students to successfully pursue higher learning in the most prominent universities in Canada and around the world.” As originally published by La Citadelle International Academy
Metro International Secondary Academy
Address: 1300 Don Mills Rd, North York, ON M3B 2W6, Canada | Telephone:416-385-9685| Fax: 416-385-9685 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
“Located in Toronto, Canada, M.I.S.A. (Metro International Secondary Academy) is a comprehensive learning center that offers full-time high school courses in Grades 9-12 to both domestic and international students who are working toward obtaining their Ontario Secondary School Diploma. Our Programs and Services are designed with the focus of helping all students gain entry into a diverse number of post-secondary programs. Our goal is not only to prepare students for entry into the post-secondary program they have been working towards, but to teach them the fundamental approaches to research and studying, that will ensure they succeed in university, and later in their chosen careers.” As originally published by Metro International Secondary Academy
Address: 240 The Donway W, North York, ON M3B 2V8, Canada | Telephone: 416-932-8273| Fax: 416-850-5493
“Brighton is a private school for students with challenges who learn best in small groups, have learning differences, are one or more years behind academically, or require extra support. Our Elementary program offers both curriculum-based and remedial programs. Our flexible Secondary program offers custom combinations of credit, pre-credit, and non-credit programs.” As originally published by Brighton School
Address: 44 Upjohn Road, Toronto, ON M3B | Telephone: (416) 510-250 | Email: email@example.com
“When you walk through the doors of The Laurel School, you will be struck by the warmth and friendliness. It is here that every child is recognized, understood, and cared for as an equal, vital part of an inclusive community. This community is built on the cultivation of a deep, lifelong love of learning. The Laurel School’s vibrant climate is built on empathy, kindness, acceptance and social responsibility. Our qualified and specially trained staff are committed to each child’s unique academic and character development. Come and see why this environment can make a difference for your child. The Laurel School is an affordable private school located at York Mills and Leslie in Toronto, ON that offers programs from Preschool to Grade 3.” As originally published by Laurel School
Address: 80 Scarsdale Road, Toronto, ON M3B | Telephone: (416) 446-0825
“The Giles School was founded on the concept of early academic intervention within a bilingual setting. Our highly enriched French immersion academic program, beginning in Pre-K (age 2), gives Giles School students an education comparable to the best programs in the world. The school is registered as a charitable organization. Unique to the Giles School is our enriched French immersion program, which enables children with no previous French experience to read and write in French by the end of Grade 1. The Giles School pursues international academic excellence by providing a nurturing environment for emotional and intellectual growth, a curriculum based upon the highest international standards and proven methodologies, and instills in children a sense of responsibility and confidence to meet the challenges of an ever increasingly complex world.”As originally published by Giles School
Address: 26 Mallard Road, North York, ON M3B | Telephone: 416 449 8823 | Fax: 416 449 1244 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
“Northmount is a unique place where boys are encouraged to learn and grow in a character-driven context that places a premium on our stated goal of bringing the boys along the road to honorable manhood. As parents, you are your son’s first, and, most important teachers. Each boy is respected for the individual he is and his parents are very involved partners in his “school life.” The preparation for his future started at home but Northmount will continue and enhance the work you are doing as parents in an academically supportive environment. Your son will be known and mentored by his teachers and advisors. He will be understood and embraced in this community that understands and loves boys for what they really are.” As originally published by Northmount School
Address: 101 Scarsdale Road, North York, ON M3B | Telephone: (416) 444 – 3054 | Fax: (416) 449 – 2891 | Email: email@example.com
“Hawthorn is the only independent, Catholic-inspired, all-girl school in Toronto. We are also the only girls’ school that provides a “small-school experience”, where each girl is known, participates and flourishes in every aspect of school life. In 1989, a group of parents and educators founded a school specifically for the purpose of educating the whole person. The founders dreamed of a school that would recognize parents as the first and most important educators in their children’s lives. They envisioned a school that would give equal priority to the pursuit of academic excellence and the development of character. Today, Hawthorn is part of an international network of similar schools that provide an integral education.”As originally published by Hawthorn School for Girls
Address: 1 Ness Dr, North York, ON M3A, Canada
“Mission de l’école Sainte-Madeleine: Amener l’enfant à s’épanouir académiquement et socialement dans un milieu de vie catholique fondé sur l’Évangile dans un contexte culturel francophone universel.”As originally published by ÉÉC Sainte-Madeleine
Address: 110 Drewry Ave, North York, ON M2M 1C8, Canada
“À l’Ésc Monseigneur-de-Charbonnel, vous découvrirez un esprit de famille et de fraternité ainsi qu’un sens de l’accueil qui reflète nos valeurs chrétiennes. Fiers de leur identité francophone et de l’effort de leur famille et du personnel pour maintenir cet héritage, les élèves de l’école ont de multiples occasions de perfectionner cette langue et lui donner toute la place qu’elle mérite à travers de multiples activités scolaires et parascolaires, pastorales et culturelles.” As originally published by ÉSC Monseigneur-de-Charbonnel
St. Bonaventure Catholic School
Address: 1340 Leslie St, North York, ON M3C 2K9, Canada | Telephone: 416-393-5263 | Fax: 416-393-5117
“St. Bonaventure Catholic School is named after one of the first great scholastic thinkers of Christianity. Bonaventure was born in Italy and lived from 1217 to 1274. St. Bonaventure Catholic School opened in January 1957 as an eight-classroom school. As the Don Mills community developed, and the school population increased, the need for more space became apparent. In 1962, an additional seven classrooms and a library were built. A second addition, containing a gymnasium, change rooms, and a stage, was built in 1969. The school has, over the years, established strong ties with the church of the same name and with the community at large. Students presently enrolled in our school have parents who are former school graduates. There are families that have grandchildren attending St. Bonaventure Catholic School, and tradition and family ties are important aspects of life.” As originally published by St. Bonaventure Catholic School
St. John XXIII Catholic School
Address: 175 Grenoble Dr, North York, ON M3C 3E7, Canada | Telephone: 416-393-5348 | Fax: 416-393-5164
“Blessed John XXIII Catholic School had its beginning in September 1972. The school and parish have always enjoyed a good working relationship. Weekend masses were offered to the community from the school gymnasium until 1977. That year saw the opening of the worship center which, in the spirit of ecumenism cherished by Pope John XXIII, serves both the Roman Catholic and Presbyterian believers of the Flemingdon Park community.” As originally published by St. John XXIII Catholic School
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