2022 Best Schools in Toronto from public to private

From York to Toronto; Name Flies But Prestige Is Permanent

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2022 Best schools in Toronto

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McDonald International Academy
Private

McDonald International Academy

McDonald International Academy has students from more than 40 different countries attending McDonald...
(Secondry) High School
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Seneca Hill Private School
Private

Seneca Hill Private School

Seneca Hill Private School values are developing in students, the tools, skills, knowledge, experien...
K-12 (K. to Gr. 12)
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The York School
Private

The York School

The co-educational JK to Grade 12 named The York School, also known as TYS, is a private school foun...
K-12 (K. to Gr. 12)
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Danforth Collegiate and Technical Institute
Public

Danforth Collegiate and Technical Institute

In east Toronto, Danforth Collegiate and Technical Institute is established as a technical school, w...
(Secondry) High School
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CaST School
Private

CaST School

CaST was founded in 2020 as a non-profit, independent high school that uses Toronto - its parks, mus...
(Secondry) High School
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Jarvis Collegiate Institute
Public

Jarvis Collegiate Institute

Jarvis Collegiate Institute is the oldest school in Toronto. Jarvis Collegiate Institute is a part o...
(Secondry) High School
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WillowWood School
Private

WillowWood School

WillowWood has been working for students for more than 40 years. While times change, WillowWood Scho...
P-12 (Pre-school to Gr. 12)
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Don Valley Academy
Private

Don Valley Academy

Don Valley Academy is an Ontario Ministry of Education inspected private school in Toronto, offering...
(Secondry) High School
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Harbord Collegiate Institute
Public

Harbord Collegiate Institute

Harbord Collegiate Institute is a public secondary school in Toronto, Ontario. Also known as HCI or...
(Secondry) High School
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Fieldstone School
Private

Fieldstone School

Fieldstone School was founded in 1997 as a K-6 school of 8 students in the basement of a church in m...
K-12 (K. to Gr. 12)
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Havergal College
Private

Havergal College

Havergal College is an all-girls school in Toronto for students in Junior Kindergarten to Grade 12, ...
K-12 (K. to Gr. 12)
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Brighton School
Private

Brighton School

Brighton School suggests all the extra elements that make for a rich educational experience – afte...
K-12 (K. to Gr. 12)
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Parkdale Collegiate Institute
Public

Parkdale Collegiate Institute

In 1888 Parkdale Collegiate Institute founded in Toronto as a public high school. Parkdale Collegiat...
(Secondry) High School
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UMC High School
Private

UMC High School

UMC High school is a private school in East Toronto, One of UMC Highschool's objectives is to educat...
(Secondry) High School
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Braemar College
Private

Braemar College

Braemar College is a private high school in Ontario. Braemar College's wide range of extra-curricul...
(Secondry) High School
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About Toronto and education there

Did you know that over 21 million people visit Toronto on an annual basis? There are about a quarter of a million people who work in tourism and hospitality. Brazil, India, China and South Korea are the fastest grown markets for Toronto.

Let us talk about history, York is the former name of Toronto. In 1967, the seven smallest municipalities of Metropolitan Toronto were merged with larger neighbours, resulting in a six-municipality configuration that included the former city of Toronto and the surrounding municipalities of East York, Etobicoke, North York, Scarborough, and York.

Four public school boards provide elementary and secondary education in this beautiful city, the Conseil scolaire catholique MonAvenir, the Conseil scolaire Viamonde (CSV), the Toronto Catholic District School Board (TCDSB), and the Toronto District School Board (TDSB).

CSV and TDSB are secular public school boards, whereas MonAvenir and TCDSB are separate public school boards. You should know that French is the first language at CSV and MonAvenir, However, at TCDSB and TDSB students learn in English.

TDSB has more than 550 schools and it is at top of the ranking (based on count).
The provincial capital of Ontario and the most populous city in Canada museums offer a wide variety of unique, hands-on educational experiences that support the Ontario Education Curriculum. Program offerings are available to students in grades Kindergarten to 12 and English as a second language (ESL).

Students connect with people of earlier times by getting up close and personal with artifacts, diaries and letters. Through guided tours and hands-on activities, experienced educators use learner-centred and inquiry-based teaching methods to engage students.

Toronto is the world's third-largest centre for English-language theatre, home to venues like the Royal Alexandra Theatre, the oldest continuously operating theatre in North America.
Some schools in Toronto:
Avro Academy
Leaside High school
Canada Spruceville Academy
Canada National Ballet
Diploma Path Academy

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