Rosedale Day School – The School With Prime Real Estate

The Rosedale Day School makes the most of our downtown location and the fabulous institutions that we partner with to create an enriched and global experience for our students. They frequently use the facilities of University of Toronto, the Royal Ontario Museum, the Art Gallery of Ontario, and the Royal Conservatory of Music, to name a few. The Rosedale Day School is located downtown near Yorkville and adjacent to the University of Toronto campus. The enriched academic program fosters a solid foundation for future success. The small and nurturing environment allows the highly certified faculty to provide a great deal of individualized attention for each student. The school’s philosophy is that every child is unique, and learns in their own way. The RDS Core Values of Diligence, Respect, Involvement, and Integrity provide a solid foundation for young children to develop into strong and confident individuals. The progressive academic program is in line with the Ontario Curriculum and enhanced wherever possible with programs such as Reach Ahead Math where students work a full grade ahead in this subject area beginning in Senior Kindergarten.
Rosedale Day School graduates are accepted into top high schools and receive multiple offers. They often earn scholarships and bursaries due to their academic performance, leadership experience, and contributions to their school community. The Rosedale Day School is a well-established and respected member of the Independent School community and a member in good standing with the Canadian Accredited Independent Schools (CAIS) and the Conference of Independent Schools in Ontario (CIS). They are worth checking out.

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