Educational Recipe for Success

Contributed by Patrick Nobbs

The education of our children is something we all take very seriously. As parents, we want the best for our children and to know they need a solid foundation to meet with future success. The Rosedale Day School (RDS) has the correct recipe to help students reach their full potential.
What is the recipe The Rosedale Day School follows? Here are the ingredients:
Academics: RDS follows the Ontario curriculum, but enriches and extends in many areas. For example engineers from U of T work with students in Grade 3 and above in Science, and students are challenged to work a year ahead in Math.

      Location: On two subway lines and in the perfect place to use the ROM, UofT Athletic facilities, the AGO, and the Royal Conservatory of Music (to name a few).

Staff: A highly trained (Ontario College of Teachers certified, many with Masters and Additional Qualifications) and dedicated staff who daily go above and beyond to ensure that each student receives individualized attention in order to build confidence and 21st century skills.

Co-Curricular Activities: Last year, RDS offered 30 different after school clubs and 15 different Athletic teams. These activities give students amazing social and character-building opportunities.

Community: RDS has a welcoming, supportive community; students and their families always feel connected to their home away from home at RDS.

Cooking directions: add in some great kids and stir!

The Rosedale Day School can be found on-line at www.rds-on.com. Contact them for more information today.

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