THE CITY’S BEST SCHOOL ZONES

Where to find Toronto’s most suc­cess­ful stu­dents

Toronto Life - - The Best Place to Live -

1 UNI­VER­SITY

It’s no sur­prise that U of T’s ’hood is a hub for ed­u­ca­tion. Off-cam­pus, there are ex­cel­lent op­tions for schol­ars-in­train­ing, in­clud­ing Huron Street Ju­nior Pub­lic School, Rosedale Day School and the Uni­ver­sity of Toronto Schools.

2 BAY STREET COR­RI­DOR

It turns out there are some perks to rais­ing kids in a down­town condo: the rel­a­tively low num­ber of kids equals smaller class sizes at highly ranked down­town pub­lic schools like Orde Street and St. Joseph’s.

3 BRI­DLE PATHSUNNYBROOK-YORK MILLS

The city’s rich­est pocket has a plethora of aca­demic op­tions, both pub­lic (Den­low ranks in the top 10 per cent of On­tario schools) and pri­vate (the pres­ti­gious Cres­cent School, Crestwood and Seneca Hill).

4 HILL­CREST VIL­LAGE

This quiet sub­ur­ban clus­ter, bor­dered by the 401 and 404, pro­duces some of the most bril­liant pub­lic school stu­dents in the prov­ince, with in­sti­tu­tions like Clif­f­wood and Chero­kee scor­ing off the charts on EQAO tests.

5 KENS­ING­TON-CHI­NA­TOWN

In the city’s most bustling down­town hub, the schools are as plen­ti­ful as they are ex­cel­lent. Highly ranked ele­men­tary op­tions in­clude Og­den and Kens­ing­ton, with a few Montes­sori schools to boot.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Canada

© PressReader. All rights reserved.