Fieldstone School school is verified

Fieldstone School was founded in 1997 as a K-6 school of 8 students in the basement of a church in mid-town Toronto. Since that time, a group of passionate and committed professionals has contributed excellence in academics and a fantastic school community to hundreds of students and their families.

Fieldstone School in a video!

Video is loading ...

About Fieldstone School

Welcome to Fieldstone School

Fieldstone introduces itself:

"Fieldstone is a private co-educational and non-denominational Cambridge School where students are inspired to achieve great things. As a Cambridge School, we teach a curriculum that sets the global standard for education designed to help students develop an informed curiosity and a lasting passion for learning. Academic achievement in the context of a well-rounded co-curricular programme prepares our students for success in the fast-changing modern world.The aim of Fieldstone is to provide an inclusive, supportive, 360-degree student experience, and our curricular and extra-curricular programs have been created with that goal in mind. Class sizes are kept small, and the relationships between instructors, administrators, and students is close. We prepare students for positions of informed leadership, both locally and globally".

Head of School: Ginie Wong


Fieldstone has thriving Theatre, Music, and Visual Arts programs, as well as a popular Dance Club.

Visual Arts: Fieldstone Visual Arts courses are planned to support pupils to collaborate and experiment with a diversity of media. This helps them to learn how to apply techniques in creative and effective ways. Fieldstone facilities include a wide range of materials and tools for acrylic and watercolor painting, screen-printing, sculpture, digital media, and much more.
Creative students may also be engaged in the Fieldstone Communications Technology program, in which they can learn graphic design, photography, film and website design, stop-motion animation.

Drama: Drama classes present students with an appreciation and familiarity with theatre history, texts, and conventions and engage students with opportunities to understand and experiment with applied drama and see how drama can enable them to become more empathetic global citizens.
Drama Club is one of Fieldstone School's most common clubs and lets students "take the stage" at Arts Showcases and collaboratively design their own theatrical works.

Music: A comprehensive education in music significantly improves the overall creative and academic development of students. Pupils can choose from various instruments within a fully-equipped music room. They learn skills and individual discipline through intensive practice, rehearsal, and critical reflection in small and medium-sized ensembles. They also receive weekly private or semi-private instruction through tutorials to develop superior skills on their given instruments.
Fieldstone School also holds a thriving Vocal Music program and boasts an active Choir that regularly performs school events and showcases.


Track and Field
Cross Country
Flag Football
Golf Ice Hockey
Ball Hockey

Horizons Week:

Every year Fieldstone School curriculum comes to life with Horizons Week. Students in Grades JK-8 enjoy the opportunity to experience firsthand the things they are learning in school. Until Grade 4, students participate in workshops organized and executed by some of Fieldstone School teachers and outside providers. Each year Fieldstone School invites professional actors and children to see and perform acts from Shakespearean plays specific to their grade. Another day, they may get an opportunity to work with an award-winning children’s author on how to write their own storybooks. In grades 5-8, learners can attend either a local, provincial, or European trip. This is a week-long adventure that connects students to the world around them. Fieldstone believes in global education, and providing students with these workshops and trips is a section of how Fieldstone School fulfills this mandate.

Fieldstone School Information

What do students and parents think about Fieldstone School?

Average rating: 0 / 5

No reviews

Newest reviews:

Be the first one, add your experience about this school!

Add your Review about Fieldstone School:

How do I contact Fieldstone School


Fieldstone School has

  • Founded in 1997
  • (Updating) students
  • Rating and Review
  • Future updates

Grades and Fields




School Tweets

Search others

Report this school or content

Most Popular Schools in Toronto

Rosedale Heights School Of The Arts

Rosedale Heights School Of The Arts

"Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an a
K-12 (K. to Gr. 12)
Leaside High school

Leaside High school

If you are interest to know more about Leaside high school,
K-12 (K. to Gr. 12)
Earl Haig Secondary School

Earl Haig Secondary School

In this article, lechool aims to introduce Earl Haig Seconda
K-12 (K. to Gr. 12)
Central Toronto Academy

Central Toronto Academy

Approximately half of Toronto's population was born outside
K-12 (K. to Gr. 12)
Ursula Franklin Academy

Ursula Franklin Academy

Ursula Franklin Academy opened in the fall of 1995 in the fo
K-12 (K. to Gr. 12)
Georges Vanier Secondary School

Georges Vanier Secondary School

Georges Vanier Secondary School (GVSS) is a dynamic learning
K-12 (K. to Gr. 12)

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 with E-mail Signup with E-mail