Last updated on July 18th, 2021 at 08:46 pm
The Walker neighborhood was created in 2004 by the Town of Milton as part of the Boyne Survey which also included the Bowes, Cobban and Ford neighborhoods. This neighborhood is named after Philip Walker a United Empire Loyalist. Philip Walker emigrated to Canada from the United States in 1816 and settled in Nelson Township, now Burlington. Walkers Line in Burlington is named after him. It was Walker’s son Peter who actually lived on the land where the Walker neighborhood is now situated. His descendants continued to farm this in this part of Milton for many generations.
Neighbourhood Under Development. The Walker neighbourhood enjoys magnificent views of the Niagara Escarpment to the west. The CN railway line runs through the neighbourhood. Walker is south of Louis St. Laurent Avenue, north of Britannia Road and between Tremaine Avenue on the west and Bronte Street on the east.
Walker, has 4 Public schools, and 5 Catholic schools, in this neighborhood, your kids can get a great education.
Address: 1450 Leger Way, Milton, ON L9T 7K6, Canada | Telephone: 905-636-7523
“Viola Desmond Public School is an innovative learning community. Our learning community empowers students, educators, staff, parents, and our neighborhood. As a learning community, we are guided by 6 principles that we established together.” As originally published by Viola Desmond PS
Address: 396 Williams Ave, Milton, ON L9T 2G4, Canada | Telephone: 905-878-2839 | Fax: 905-878-0617
From 1960 to the present day, MD students have excelled in the arts, athletics, academics and applied technologies. The many awards, pictures, trophies, banners, and plaques on display throughout our school record our deep tradition of excellence and honor the achievements of all the Mustangs who have worn the M with pride, including MD’s most famous graduate, Canadian Astronaut Chris Hadfield, Class of 1977, the first Canadian to walk in space. Building on our strong foundation of success on the performance stage, in the classroom, on the playing field, and in the gym, our most recent class of MD students proudly carry on the Mustang tradition of reaching for the stars in their pursuit of Nothing but the Best. For information: Contact the Milton District at 905-878-2839 or @miltonmustangs.
“Vision: At Milton District, our vision is to ensure that every student will explore their passions, skills, and strengths to thrive as contributing global citizens.
Goal: In our school, and in our classrooms; through an environment, instruction, assessment, and evaluation; WE, the MD staff, are working intentionally to create a teaching and learning environment that is inclusive, promotes the intellectual engagement and well-being of all students, and reflects individual student strengths, needs, learning preferences and cultural perspectives.
Mission: Always an exemplary learning experience for everyone.” As originally published by Milton DHS
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:170 Whitlock Ave, Milton, ON L9T 7K6, Canada | Telephone: 905-864-0344 | Fax: 905-864-9286
St. Scholastica Catholic Elementary School is the newest elementary school in the Halton Catholic District School Board. The school opened its doors on September 4th, 2018, and is a proud member of the Jean Vanier Family of Schools. On the first day of school, 228 students ranging from Grades Kindergarten to Grade Eight along with 25 dedicated educators made this school their new home. St. Scholastica serves the catchment area south of Louis St. Laurent Ave. between James Snow Parkway and Tremaine Road. It’s a modern design and a sleek aesthetic was built to accommodate approximately 690 students. For information: Contact the St. Scholastica Catholic ES at 905-864-0344 or @StScholStorm.
“Our Patron Saint: St. Scholastica, twin sister of St. Benedict, consecrated her life to God from her earliest youth. After her brother went to Monte Cassino, where he established his famous monastery, she took up her home in the neighborhood at Plombariola, where she founded and governed a monastery of nuns, about five miles from that of St. Benedict. She visited her brother once a year, and as she was not allowed to enter his monastery, he went in company with some of his brethren to meet her at a house some distance away. These visits were spent conferring together on spiritual matters. On one occasion they had passed the time as usual in prayer and pious conversation and in the evening they sat down to take their reflection. St. Scholastica begged her brother to stay with her until the next day. St. Benedict refused to spend the night away from his monastery. She decided to turn to God in prayer and a furious storm erupted so that neither St. Benedict nor any of his companions could return home. They spent the night in spiritual conversation. The next morning they parted. Three days later St. Scholastica died, and her holy brother beheld her soul in a vision as it ascended into heaven in the form of a dove. He sent his brethren to bring her body to his monastery and laid it in the tomb he had prepared for himself. She died around the year 543, and St. Benedict followed her soon after. Her feast day is February 10th.
“I asked you and you would not listen and so I asked my God and He did listen” As originally published by St. Scholastica Catholic ES
Address: 80 McLaughlin Ave, Milton, ON L9T 8N2, Canada | Telephone: 289-851-9353 | Fax: 289-851-9877
St. Benedict Catholic Elementary School, in collaboration with home and parish, is committed to establishing a solid learning foundation rooted in faith; empowering our students to reach their unique and full potential by becoming reflective and creative thinkers, compassionate members of society, and stewards of God’s creation. For information: Contact the St. Benedict Catholic ES at 289-851-9353 or @StBeneHCDSB.
“Catholic Learning Environment: At St. Benedict Catholic Elementary School we use language and conversation that reflects the gospel values of mutual respect, care and value for the dignity of each person. We are dedicated to reading the Scripture, celebrating the Sacraments, praying and engaging in symbols and rituals of the Catholic Church.
Catholic Community: We are a community committed to loving and serving as a people of faith in our community, and our society, and to living out the Gospel message through justice and charity. Love of God and our neighbor is the first and greatest commandment basic to our Christian faith.
Catholic Curriculum: Our Catholic School teaches the Ontario Ministry of Education curriculum with a difference – grounded in the Religion and Family Life Education programs. Our goal at St. Benedict is to help our students look at their world through a Catholic lens as they become critical Catholic learners.
Catholic School Staff: Staff at St. Benedict Catholic Elementary School shares a common focus on faith and considers and treats each child as a unique gift from God with individual talents and abilities. We teach our students to respect the rights and dignity of all people in a caring community. As originally published by St. Benedict Elementary CS
Address:1145 Bronte Street South, Milton, ON, Canada | Telephone: 905-636-F8799 Fax: 905-636-7213
Jean Vanier Catholic Secondary School is dedicated to academic excellence, the development of each individual’s interests and talents, and the nurturing of the Catholic Faith. Students are taught to think critically, work independently, communicate effectively, and show respect for themselves, for others, and for the environment. By accepting the challenge of education now, our students will be prepared to meet the future with faith, confidence, and a strong sense of their own self-worth. The staff of Jean Vanier Catholic Secondary School, in partnership with home and church, is dedicated to helping our students respond to this challenge by helping them discover the strengths and talents inherent in each and every one of them. For information: Contact the Jean Vanier Catholic Secondary School at 905-636-F8799 or @StFXSOS.
“Mission Statement: The Halton Catholic District School Board, in partnership with home and Church, is dedicated to providing excellence in Catholic education by developing Christ-centred individuals enabled to transform society.” As originally published by Jean Vanier Catholic SS
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