Schools and Transit
Collège français secondaire
about a 9 minute walk – 0.67 KM away
High and Middle
100 Carlton St, Toronto, ON M5B 1M3, Canada
Le Collège français sera un milieu de vie stimulant pour tes amis et toi. Toute une équipe est là, chaque jour, pour t’aider à
découvrir de nouveaux horizons et à mieux comprendre le monde qui t’entoure.
Jesse Ketchum Junior and Senior Public School
Jesse Ketchum Public School is located at Bay Street and Davenport Road near Yorkville Village. The school was
established around 1831 and the present building dates from 1914. The school is named after Jesse Ketchum, a
philanthropist who donated the land to the School Board to build the school and to the city for the park. The school
serves a diverse population of approximately 400 students, whose cultural backgrounds represent many countries from
around the world. There are more than 40 different languages spoken in the homes of our students. At Jesse Ketchum our
students build self-esteem and confidence, learn to work together in mutual respect and trust, and value diversity.
É Élém Gabrielle-Roy
14 Pembroke St, Toronto, ON M5A 1Z8, Canada
L’école est composée d’une équipe dévouée, compétente et engagée dans la réussite et le bien-être des élèves. Le
personnel de l’école travaille tout en comptant sur votre appui, votre soutien et votre engagement comme parents
partenaires dans l’éducation de vos enfants. Ce sont des éléments essentiels pour la réussite de tous et de chacun. Pour y
arriver, la communication ouverte, continue et positive, entre l’école et la maison, est encouragée et soutenue car c’est le
moyen le plus efficace pour assurer le développement et les progrès de vos enfants.
Jarvis Collegiate Institute
495 Jarvis St, Toronto, ON M4Y 2G8, Canada
Founded in 1807, Jarvis C.I. is the first public high school in Toronto and has a long tradition of academic excellence and
student involvement. Jarvis is committed to providing a rich and varied program encouraging higher order thinking as
well as research and communication skills. Over 90% of our graduates attend university, including top schools like U of T,
Waterloo, Dalhousie and Queens. Over 53% of graduates are Ontario Scholars and 60% receive scholarships / bursaries.
Situated in the ‘heart of the city’ at Jarvis and Wellesley, our school has a rich mix of students from over 100 countries of
origin, integrated into one unified, vibrant community in which diversity is our strength!
St. Michael’s Choir School
67 Bond St, Toronto, ON M5B 1X5, Canada
about a 18 minute walk – 1.35 KM away
St. Michael’s Choir School is a unique collaboration between the Archdiocese of Toronto and the Toronto Catholic District
School Board. With an enrollment of 280 boys, the school offers a complete curriculum of academic studies for Grades 3
to 12, including French immersion, language, social sciences, mathematics, and science. In addition, through a unique
enrichment program, students can broaden their studies beyond the traditional curriculum and classroom setting.
Liturgical music is at the centre of the Choir School — one of only six choir schools in the world affiliated with the Pontifical
St. Joseph’s College School
74 Wellesley St W, Toronto, ON M5S 1C4, Canada
The motto of St. Joseph’s College School is “Congregavit nos in unum Christi amor” (The love of Christ has gathered us
together into one). This has reflected a long tradition of educating young women by focusing on their intellectual,
physical, social and creative abilities in a loving, Catholic, faith-filled environment. Respect for the rights and dignity of all
and service to others are important in our daily lives. The school is organized on a two-semester system and courses are
offered at the Academic, Applied, Locally Developed, and Pre-Advanced Placement levels in grades 9 and 10, and at the
University, College, Workplace, and Advanced Placement levels in grades 11 and 12. Specialty programs include: Gifted,
Extended French, Rhythm and Movement, a sport-focused program in basketball, and Advanced Placement preparation
in: Mathematics, Science, History and English. St. Joseph’s College School is a diverse and progressive community where
every attempt is made to meet the needs of all students. We have provided over 155 years of tradition and excellence in
the education of young women in Toronto and we invite any young woman who wishes to maximize her talents and
leadership abilities to join our school community for her high school career!
The public transit system can be an easy, cost-effective and efficient way of getting around the city, accessible from your neighbourhood. See the closest Public Transit stops near you below:
The nearest rail transit stop is Wellesley Station
about a 1 minute walk – 0.09 KM away