The Clarke neighborhood started building in 2003 and construction is still ongoing today. Clarke’s boundaries include Derry Rd – CP Railroad Tracks – Thompson Rd – James Snow Pkwy. The neighborhood was named after Samuel Clarke, a long time agriculturist, and municipal politician. Clarke founded Milton’s first newspaper The Halton Journal in 1855 and sold it nine months later to Rowe & Graham. Clarke was also a founding member of the Halton Agricultural Society, serving as its first Secretary-Treasurer until 1857.
Clarke, a great area for commuters. With its proximity to GO Transit and HWY 401. Clarke is a neighborhood that is centered around its abundance of park space and schools. Its family atmosphere is shown through parks on every corner, kids playing outside, people walking their dogs, and spending their time on the walking paths. Its neighborhood is close to so many shopping opportunities, grocery stores, and restaurants. There is so much to see and do; a wonderful community to raise a family.
Clarke has 6 Public schools, and 4 Catholic schools in this neighborhood, your kids can get a great education.
Address: 1199 Costigan Rd, Milton, ON L9T 6N8, Canada | Telephone: 905-864-1300 F: 905-864-6473
Bruce Trail Public School is located at 1199 Costigan Road in Clarke. Children who attend this school would do so from junior kindergarten to grade 8. Bruce Trail is a part of the Halton District School Board. Bruce Trail Public School earned its name due to its proximity to the Bruce Trail and view of the Niagara Escarpment. The name also represents the commitment to fostering a healthy active lifestyle and respect for our environment in the Town of Milton. For information: Contact the Bruce Trail PS at 905-864-1300 or email@example.com
“Bruce Trail is a learning community that strives for excellence, inclusion, and collaboration. We have forged partnerships with staff, students, parents, and community groups to enhance the learning, as well as the sense of belonging, for all. We welcome the opportunity for parents to get involved: whether in the classroom, School Council, fundraising, or special events. Our enrolment is now over 1000 students from JK to Grade 8.” – As originally published by Bruce Trail PS
Address: 184 Martin St, Milton, ON L9T 2R4, Canada | Telephone: 905-878-8191
One might think that Martin Street Public School (Milton’s first school built in 1920), formerly Martin Street Middle School, formerly Milton High School, was so named because it was located on Martin Street. This was not entirely so, as you will see below. Martin Street Public School is named after an early settler to the region, Mr. Jasper Martin.
This town of Milton took root out of a settlement started by Jasper Martin in the early 1800s. Mr. Martin, immigrated from Newcastle, England, with his wife Sarah and two sons on May 17, 1818. He was granted 100 acres (405,000 m.) of land from the Crown in 1820, designated Lot 14, Concession 2, Township of Trafalgar, Halton County, in the District of Gore. During this time, there were two principal property owners in the young town – the Martins and the Fosters. Each of these founding families has provided names for several local landmarks that mark our heritage. Both have schools named after them! For information: Contact the Milton Chamber at 905-878-0581 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Address: 184 Martin St, Milton, ON L9T 2R4, Canada | Telephone: 905-878-8191
Craig Kielburger Secondary School was named after the founder of the WE Charity formally Free the Children Craig Kielburger who started this organization at the age of only 12 in 1995.offers a wide range of programs to suit a diverse group of students. From rigorous academic courses to Arts and French Immersion, to SHSM & Technical courses such as Baking, Cosmetology, and Auto Shop, to Life Skills and The Community Pathways Program, there is something at CKSS for all 1500+ learners. For information: Contact the Craig Kielburger at 905-878-0575 or email@example.com, contact webmaster
“CKSS Mission Statement – Empowering youth. Serving the community. Striving for full potential.
Core Values & Vision – People: Celebrating youth and promoting the qualities of respect, diversity, leadership, and equity while continually championing active citizenship and social justice” As originally published by Craig Kielburger SS
Address: 649 Laurier Ave, Milton, ON L9T 4N4, Canada | Telephone: 905-878-1556
“Every student will explore and enhance their potential, passions, and strengths to thrive as contributing global citizens.” As originally published by Sam Sherratt PS
Address: 1257 Sedgewick Crescent, Oakville, ON L6L 1X5, Canada | Telephone: 905 465-0512
“École élémentaire de langue française du CSViamonde à Oakville.” As originally published by ÉÉ Patricia-Picknell
Address: 1055 McCraney St E, Oakville, ON L6H 1H9, Canada | Telephone: 289 529-0065
“École secondaire de langue française du Conseil scolaire Viamonde à Oakville.” As originally published by ÉS Gaétan Gervais
CATHOLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOL:
Address: 720 Woodward Ave, Milton, ON L9T 4A3, Canada | Telephone: 800 274-3764
“L’École élémentaire catholique Saint-Nicolas de Milton a ouvert ses portes le mardi 4 septembre 2007. Cette école était située dans un édifice temporaire jusqu’à ce que la recherche d’un site permanent soit complétée. L’école est maintenant située dans un lieu permanent depuis septembre 2010.” As originally published by ÉÉC Saint-Nicolas
Address: 1120 Main St E, Milton, ON L9T 6H7, Canada | Telephone: 905-875-0124
Bishop Reding Catholic Secondary School is located in Milton Ontario. We are committed to providing a varied and rich curriculum and offering a strong Catholic value base for our students. We are dedicated to instilling in our students the desire to give back and the values of dignity, equity, and respect.
Bishop Reding S.S. was established in 1986. The school has developed a reputation for excellence in Catholic education. Since its inception, the staff and students of Bishop Reding have contributed to the rich traditions that are unique to this school community. The school was named for His Excellency the Most Reverend Bishop Paul Francis Reding, Bishop of the Hamilton Diocese from September 14, 1973, until his death on December 8, 1983. For information: Contact the Bishop Reding Catholic Secondary School at 905-875-0124 or @BishopReding
“Mission Statement: Reding Catholic Secondary School strives to foster the growth of faith-centered, productive, and compassionate citizens of the world.”As originally published by Bishop Paul Francis Reding SS
Address: 1240 Tupper Dr, Milton, ON L9T 6T7, Canada | Telephone: 905-864-8272
St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Elementary School is located at 1240 Tupper Drive in the Clarke Neighborhood. Children who attend this school would do so from junior kindergarten to grade 8. St. Anthony of Padua is a part of the Halton Catholic District School Board. St Anthony of Padua is a proud member of the many Catholic community Schools in Milton.
Saint Anthony of Padua, O.F.M., also known as Anthony of Lisbon, was a Portuguese Catholic priest and friar of the Franciscan Order. He was born and raised by a wealthy family in Lisbon and died in Padua, Italy. Noted by his contemporaries for his forceful preaching and expert knowledge of scripture, he was the second-most-quickly canonized saint after Peter of Verona. He was proclaimed a Doctor of the Church on 16 January 1946. He is also the patron saint of finding lost items or lost people. For information: Contact the St. Anthony of Padua at 905-864-8272 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Rooted in faith and knowledge, we dedicate our lives to Christ.” As originally published by St. Anthony of Padua Catholic ES
Address: 2600 Grand Oak Trail, Oakville, ON L6M 0R4, Canada
“Mission de l’ÉSC Sainte-Trinité -Dans une communauté francophone aux valeurs catholiques, la mission de l’école secondaire catholique Sainte-Trinité est de développer avec les élèves les compétences du XXIe siècle qui leur permettront d’être des citoyens et des citoyennes responsables, sachant travailler en collaboration et ayant développé un sens de l’éthique. L’école s’engage à offrir un milieu de vie où l’excellence, le respect et la motivation se côtoient dans tous les aspects de la vie scolaire.” As originally published by ÉSC Sainte-Trinité
Fun in Clarke for the whole family… from playgrounds, splash pads, basketball, even a BMX facility!
Clarke has so many community parks – there is a park on almost every single corner of this beautiful neighborhood. The Town of Milton offers two Off-Leash Dog Parks, which are both operated by Leash Free Milton. One of these parks is located in the Clarke Community at Cedar Hedge Park West which is located at 230 Cedar Hedge Road. The Clarke Neighbourhood Park North is located at 1170 Laurier Avenue and consists of playgrounds, Accessible Swings, and Sports Fields. The Clarke Neighbourhood Park South is located at 1170 Laurier Avenue and has splash pads, playgrounds, and sports fields. Field Park, Bussel Park, Laidlaw Park, and Trudeau Park as well as Hardwood Park are just many other excellent parks with playgrounds and accessible swings available for your children to play. A close drive away is Drumquin Park located just outside of Clarke at 185 Britannia Road which is home to Milton BMX. There are so many parks with multiple activities for everyone in your family!! Check out the Milton Community Connections Map to see more about these parks and others in Milton.
- Field Park
- Laidlaw Park
- Cedar Hedge Park
- Harwood Park
- Bussel Park
- Trudeau Park
- Clarke Neighbourhood Park
FACILITIES IN THIS NEIGHBOURHOOD
- 8 Playgrounds
- 1 Leash-Free Dog Area
- 6 Sports Fields
- 2 Basketball Courts
- 2 Trails
- 1 Multi-Use Pad
- 1 Spray Park