Schools and Education in Toronto and the GTA

The Math Guru

2541A Yonge Street, Unit 3, Toronto, ON, Canada

A unique boutique math and science tutoring studio in uptown Toronto. Conquer math anxiety, boost marks, master useful study strategies and homework management skills, gain confidence, and finally understand math and science once and for all.

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 teachers ensure that all students receive the kind of individual attention needed to develop their skills, strengths, and interests.

Brighton is a warm, vibrant school community designed for both elementary and high school students with academic and social challenges. We offer Elementary and Secondary programs and a Transition to Adulthood Skills Curriculum. Brighton is accredited with the Ontario Ministry of Education.

TMS – Upper School

500 Elgin Mills Rd. East

An internationally recognized leading independent school that combines the Montessori and International Baccalaureate (IB) frameworks. This campus, one of two in Richmond Hill, is for students in Grades 7–12.

Waldorf Academy

250 Madison Ave, Toronto

Waldorf Academy offers an education that cultivates a love of learning. Waldorf education from childcare (18 mos.) to Grade 8, as well as Parent and Child Programs. For admissions and class tours contact Sara Anderson or visit our website www.waldorfacademy.org.

Delano Academy is a co-educational & non-denominational private school with two locations. The PreAcademy 18-4 years of age in Richmond Hill and our Elementary school K-8 in Vaughan. Our enriched program offers students a head start to their education with rigorous curriculum standards and a global education. Nurturing & highly qualified teachers provide a safe environment where students receive truly custom and individualized education. Pre-Registration now open for 2016-2017 with limited enrollment. Class

Schools and Education in Toronto and the GTA

Children change and so do their educational needs, and it is very important for parents to keep an open mind about where and how their children get their education.

There are many options for parents to explore including both private and public schools. Don’t discount private schools simply because you think they may be cost-restrictive, Several schools have subsidy or even scholarship programs available. Public schools are a great option too—there are multiple public boards and you can talk to all of them about your child.

Sometimes, intervention can help make a huge difference in your kid’s life. From enrichment programs and tutoring to educational assessments and specialty education programs, these options can help you identify where issues may lie and help you improve on any issues that are discovered.

Our biggest piece of advice—be proactive when it comes to your child’s education. Although the teachers and schools want your child to succeed, they have many children to look after.

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