Cherokee Public School

Cherokee Public School is located in Toronto, Ontario. This public school offers programs from junior kindergarten to sixth grade. Cherokee School provides the most precious things: a warm and energetic atmosphere.

COVID-19 ALERT: To get information about school limits you can follow the school Twitter.

About Cherokee Public School

Welcome to Cherokee Public School 

Cherokee Public School's administration and staff strive for quality, and the school has consistently received excellent marks on the Fraser Institute Report, including being ranked first for the 2013-14 school year. To provide it, they create a welcoming, respecting workplace in which taking risks is rewarded, and progress is applauded. Every day, they aim to provide every student with the chance to succeed and build a love for education.

Principal: Linda Nardea

Cherokee offers a vibrant and experienced faculty that leads students on a voyage of discovery as they face a difficult course. Every kid has the opportunity to comprehend, and it is their goal to ensure that all students have the chance to succeed in school.

Sports

Cherokee boys and girls participate in a variety of sports throughout the school year. They provide opportunities to compete in cross-country, soccer, volleyball, basketball, track, and field and softball.

Cherokee Public School also provides a Primary House League, which offers many different competitive and cooperative games during the year. The Cherokee Hockey League (CHL) provides intramural sport for the junior division.

School Culture

In the north town center of Toronto, wherein Finch Avenue intersects Victoria Park Avenue, Cherokee Public School is bordered by 940 homes. What was largely a Greek-Italian Canadian neighbourhood about 30 years ago has developed into a multicultural society, as shown by the cultural mix of Cherokee Public School students.

School Events

A healthy, cooperative, and collaborative connection between a school and its community is its most valuable asset. Cherokee encourages parents to get involved in school events and the School Council, which comes on a regular basis to address school issues, arrange school activities, and foster a feeling of belonging.

Cherokee Public School Information

What do students and parents think about Cherokee Public School?

Average rating: --

No review

Facilities:
0
Importance of Sports:
0
Importance of Arts:
0
Quality of teachers:
0
Atmosphere:
0

Add your Review about Cherokee Public School:

You need to Login or Sign up to add your review!

Login or Signup

How do I contact Cherokee Public School

Location

Cherokee Public School has

  • Founded in 1975
  • 177 (Approximately) students
  • Rating and Review
  • Future updates

Grades and Fields

Location

Share

Save

School Tweets

Search others

Report this school or content

Most Popular Schools in Toronto

Rosedale Heights School Of The Arts
Public

Rosedale Heights School Of The Arts

"Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an a
JK-8 (JK. to Gr. 8)
Leaside High school
Public

Leaside High school

If you are interest to know more about Leaside high school,
JK-8 (JK. to Gr. 8)
Earl Haig Secondary School
Public

Earl Haig Secondary School

In this article, lechool aims to introduce Earl Haig Seconda
JK-8 (JK. to Gr. 8)
Central Toronto Academy
Public

Central Toronto Academy

Approximately half of Toronto's population was born outside
JK-8 (JK. to Gr. 8)
Ursula Franklin Academy
Public

Ursula Franklin Academy

Ursula Franklin Academy opened in the fall of 1995 in the fo
JK-8 (JK. to Gr. 8)
Georges Vanier Secondary School
Public

Georges Vanier Secondary School

Georges Vanier Secondary School (GVSS) is a dynamic learning
JK-8 (JK. to Gr. 8)

Report school content

We use cookies to improve your experience on our site and to show you personalized advertising. To find out more, read our privacy policy.

Login or Signup

Login/Signup with Google Login/Signup with Twitter Login with E-mail Signup with E-mail