is a co-educational non-denominational independent day school for Grades 1 through university entrance, with an early years programme for ages three to five.
Bond Academy is a private, co-educational, non-denominational, independent School, with students from Kindergarten to Grade 12. Bond Academy provides our students with the Ontario Ministry of Education's Curriculum in small classes with high expectations, within an enriched, caring and secure environment. We focus on physical education, including an aquatics program and a lunch hour intramural program.
A non-denominational, independent school for girls. Applications for the school are available online
Small girls school in the North Toronto area for students in grades 1-12. Emphasis on academic excellence and leadership.
is a co-educational, university preparatory school with small classes located in the west end of Toronto. We are committed to developing the whole child through a programme that encourages students to do their best in all areas; academics, the arts, physical pursuits and citizenship.
A boys school in Toronto, for grades 3-OAC
prepares young women to make a difference in their chosen pursuits by enabling each girl to develop her full intellectual, creative, spiritual and physical potential.
An elementary school in Toronto.
UCC offers both a day school and boarding experience for students. Day boys come from the Greater Metropolitan Toronto area, and the boarders are drawn from all regions of Canada, the United States and over 15 other countries.
A boys school in Toronto
to offer a secure environment for the education of boys in mind, body and spirit. Our supportive community and small classes nurture and challenge our students to become critical thinkers, self-directed learners and successful contributors.
Two of Canada's largest independent Christian schools.
Hudson College is a co-educational, non-denominational school offering superior academic programs from JK to university entrance. Our small class sizes, nurturing and rewarding environment, and dedicated, highly qualified teachers ensure that all students receive the kind of individual attention needed to develop their skills, strengths, and interests.
Co-educational and non-denominational school located in downtown Toronto that offers a full-day programme for boys and girls ages 4 to 11.
was established in 1988 to provide a supportive smaller school setting in which both boys and girls could participate in an elementary school program that stressed individual excellence and a high level of academic achievement. Although the Junior Academy opened with a single primary class for students aged 6 to 8 years old in September 1988, it gradually grew until it offered classes from Nursery to Grade 6. In 1996 the acquisition of its own premises enabled the Junior Academy to expand further and add on Grades 7 and 8.