An A+ Education in the Annex

May 18, 2017

321 Davenport is conveniently located near one of the greatest concentration of Canada's premier schools. From pre-school to university you can be sure the best education is at your doorstep. Here is a selection of just a few institutions that make the grade:  

TADDLE CREEK MONTESSORI SCHOOL

Located in the historic house at 39 Spadina Road, Taddle Creek is just a few minutes north of the Spadina subway station at Bloor Street. This school educates children ages 2-12 with a Montessori program that is enhanced with French, Music, Art and Physical Education.

BRANKSOME HALL

Branksome Hall is an independent, fully authorized IB World School for girls where every student, from Junior Kindergarten to Grade 12, benefits from an International Baccalaureate (IB) curriculum. The picturesque 13-acre campus oriented in the heart of Toronto is a cherry on top.

ROYAL ST.GEORGE'S COLLEGE

Royal St George’s College is a renowned independent school for boys. Educating student’s grades 3-12 their mission is to inspire each student to be the best version of themselves.  With an extensive athletic program, an outdoor education program, a renowned choral and instrumental music program and many other enriching co-curriculars there is a focus on comprehensive cultivation.  

UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO

The University of Toronto needs no introduction as it ranked 32nd in the Qs world university rankings. U of T was also the top-placed Canadian university in Times Higher Education’s 2016 global ranking on the employability of graduates. 

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