A Great School in Downtown Toronto

A food reviewer needs to accurately convey the atmosphere, aromas, presentation, taste, and texture of a restaurant’s food. Beyond that, the review should comment on the staff knowledge and attentiveness in order to give the reader a clear picture in their mind’s eye so that they can make an informed decision about if the location is worth a visit. We can take this same method and apply it a school.
The Rosedale Day School (RDS) is conveniently located in the Colonnade Building at Avenue Road and Bloor. One student recently rated it “One million and one out of ten”. The school offers programming for students in JK to grade 8. It small class sizes (with an average of 14),with a supportive, nurturing environment. The students receive a world-class education which gives them the solid foundation to meet with future success wherever they go after grade 8.
One parent noticed a huge difference in her daughter after just two weeks: “I don’t know what you have done to my daughter, but she loves coming to school and even wanted to stay up late to do more Math problems!”
It is the best kept secret in Toronto and worth checking out.

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