Tuesday | July 16, 2019

The Grade 4’s had a visit from a knight straight from the Middle Ages. He explained the complicated armour that a knight had to wear daily to be worthy of the title of knight. The Grade 4’s loved hearing about epic Medieval battles and the journey from page, to squire, to knighthood. The best part was getting to dress the part of an authentic knight, yielding weapons and donning a suit of armour.

 

May 24th, 2019

Posted In: Lower School

On Wednesday May 22 Crestwood hosted the Junior Boys Rugby Seven’s Championships. The tournament began with 7 CISAA teams and CPC went into the tournament ranked 3rd after league play. In the opening game against Holy Trinity School, CPC came away with the win by a score of 15-10 with Mateo Rocha, Jesse Codron and Christian Campanelli all scoring tries. With this win, the boys then had to face the 2nd ranked RSGC team, with amazing defence the boys won the game 17-5; try scorers included Jesse Codron and Lorenzo Mancini. This put CPC in the Championship game against St. Mike’s College. CPC scored first but St. Mike’s answered back quickly with 2 tries. Going into the second half down a try CPC came out with a vengeance and determination to win. We scored three unanswered tries, scored by Lorenzo and two by Mateo to take the lead 24-12 and be crowned CISAA DI Rugby Champions! The entire team played with great heart and will and it was truly a team victory.

               

               

May 24th, 2019

Posted In: Upper School

On Thursday we celebrated the success of our students and presented them with co-curricular awards, as well as presenting the house point system winners. To see a full list of the awards and winners please click on the link below. Congratulations to our Crestwood Lions for all of their achievements!

 

               

               

               

 

May 24th, 2019

Posted In: Upper School

Grade 8 Graduation

On Wednesday, June 19th, 2019 our Grade 8 Graduation will be held in the gymnasium starting at 5:00 pm. Gym doors will open at 4:15 and seating is on a first come basis. The ceremony will last until approximately 6:00 pm and will be followed by light refreshments. Students are to be dressed for this formal occasion (males – shirt & tie and females – dress or skirt) and will be wearing Graduation gowns for the ceremony. All students are to arrive at the school by 4:30 pm. You should have received a formal invitation in the mail and are asked to RSVP to Ms. Victoria Escamillan at victoria.escamillan@crestwood.on.ca so that all arrangements can be made. There is no limit to the number of guests you are allowed to bring to the ceremony and we hope everyone will be able to join us to recognize the accomplishments of the Grade 8 Class of 2019.

Grade 12 Graduation

On Thursday, June 20th, 2019 our Grade 12 Graduation will be held in the gymnasium starting at 5:00 pm. Gym doors will open at 4:15 and seating is on a first come basis. The ceremony will last until approximately 6:15 pm and will be followed by light refreshments. Students are to be dressed for this formal occasion (males – shirt & tie and females – dress or skirt) and will be wearing Graduation gowns for the ceremony. All students are to arrive at the school by 4:15 pm. There is no limit to the number of guests you are allowed to bring to the ceremony and we hope everyone will be able to join us to recognize the accomplishments of the Grade 12 Class of 2019. You should have received a formal invitation and response card in the mail and asked to return them to the office by Wednesday, May 23rd, 2018 (please ensure you complete both sides of the response cards).

May 24th, 2019

Posted In: Upper School

Dear Parents/Guardians:

Your teachers at Crestwood School are excited to offer the opportunity to purchase your school supplies through School Start for the 2019/2020 school year. This process will save you both time and money.

There are a few simple steps to ensure your child will receive standardized brand name products (specified by each teacher).  

Your school is eligible to receive $5/kit back!  

1. We will be sending you a specific grade level supply list order form.

2. This order form has a Starter Package (consumable items) as well as a list of other Required Items. The Required Items are mandatory by each teacher; they include items such as pencil cases, sharpeners, and calculators. These products do not need to be purchased on a year to year basis if you already have them.  

3. You can place your order online at schoolstart.ca  Visa & MasterCard are accepted.   

Place your order online in May or June and you will automatically be entered for a chance to win a $1000 cash draw!  

When using e-commerce sites, please ensure your browser is Internet Explorer 10.0 or later, Firefox or Chrome   

4. Late orders will be accepted online until October 1, 2019 ($5 late fee will apply after August 1, 2019). 

5. The supplies will be packaged and delivered directly to the school in August before your child arrives, labeled with his/her name on the School Start Package. 

If you have any questions, please contact School Start:

info@schoolstart.ca Ph: 1-800-580-1868 Fax: 1-800-580-1890 

Dear Parents,

I invite you to participate in an online survey on private/independent school choice for a chance to win 1 of 3 $200 prizes.

This survey is part of an ongoing doctoral project in the Department of Sociology at the University of Toronto. 

All information is strictly confidential and anonymous, and the research has been approved by the Research Ethics Board at the University of Toronto.

The survey takes approximately 20 minutes to complete and will ask you about the schools you are considering or considered, how you rank different factors when evaluating schools, your values, the qualities you hope a school will foster in your children and a few sociodemographic questions.

All participants will receive a report summarizing the findings of the research.

All participants will also be entered into a random draw to win 1 of 3 $200 prizes – either as a gift card or as a charitable donation in your name to the charity of your choice.

For more information and to take the survey, please visit: www.jfnault.ca

Thank you in advance for your consideration and best regards,

Jean-François Nault

PhD Candidate in Sociology / Candidat au doctorat en sociologie,

University of Toronto / Université de Toronto

jf.nault@mail.utoronto.ca

647-239-6911

May 23rd, 2019

Posted In: Lower School

The Teacher Appreciation Lunch is being hosted Monday, June 3rd.  As per tradition, we are calling on our community to participate in this gesture of appreciation.  Calling all bakers! If you would like to contribute a dessert to this event, please drop off a NUT FREE homemade/store bought item to the front office or Atrium music room by 10 am Monday June 3rd.  Clearly mark the contributor, ingredients (homemade) and a note if you wish.

Please RSVP your contribution and/or any questions to melaniemorel@outlook.com

Thanking you in advance.

CSPA Team

May 22nd, 2019

Posted In: Lower School

Soccer

The Raptors may have a flair for the dramatic, but so do our U14 Girls soccer team!  The girls won in dramatic fashion against Montcrest Monday afternoon in the dying minutes of a 2-2 game compliments of a Chiara Codron goal, her third for the day.  But Chiara was only as good as her hard-working midfield, led by the likes of Tina Otchere and Taija Sta. Maria, who looked for loose balls in the middle of the field and created good scoring chances for the offense.  Not to be outdone, the defense, led by Taylor Howell and Jolie Drummond, and backstopped by the acrobatics of Abby Mintz, kept the game close enough for the team to pull off the victory in the end.

The U14 Girls’ Soccer team beat the visiting Trafalgar team 1-0 Wednesday afternoon to guarantee its place in next week’s playoffs.  The win represented the team’s first shutout and continued to demonstrate how well the team has gelled and overcome adversity in such a short time.  Kudos to each and every player who battled each and every ball, with particular shutouts going out to Abby, Taylor, Olivia, Tina, Taija, Corinna, and Chiara.  We wish the team continued success.  GO CPC!

Badminton

The Crestwood boys and girls Senior Badminton team hosted Greenwood College School Monday.  The girls showed improvements yet again as they won a season high, 3 of their 6 matches.  The boys team dominated over Greenwood at all levels winning 6 of 7 matches, everyone in 2 straight games!  The mixed doubles team of Greg Quon and Aries Wang held their opponents under 8 points as they easily won every game.  Congratulations Crestwood Sr. Badminton on a resounding victory!

The Junior and Senior Girls Badminton Teams had a fantastic final game against Trafalgar Wednesday afternoon. The girls were great hosts, and they showed spirit, enthusiasm and improvement. A special shout-out goes to doubles team Maggie Funnell and Zenia Rangwala for winning their match, and to Betty Li for winning her singles 3 match. Way to show significant improvement, girls! Also, a thank you to the Boys Badminton Teams for coming out and playing some expo games, and for being perfect gentlemen.

Track & Field

The Varsity Track and Field Team competed at day 1 of CISAA Championships at York University Monday.  Congratulations to Alexa for continuing her domination of javelin, winning with a throw of 28.08m, Zak for her 2nd place finish in the 100m, Ella for placing 3rd in the 1500m and Anjali for placing 4th the 100m.  These ladies will move on to compete at Metros later on this month.

Congratulations to the Varsity track team on a great conclusion to their CISAA championship meet.  Ella and Kyra ran a blazing fast junior girls 3000m race, with Ella coming from behind to place 2nd and qualify for Metros!  Senior Girl Zakayla Day-Burrell placed 4th in the 200 after running a personal best in her first heat.  Our grade 9 boys ran many personal bests, with Liam and James racing the 200, then Liam, Ethan and Hayden in the 800. Finally, Ethan Li battled the 3000m and a semi-digested sausage to close out a great track season.  Congratulations to the whole team!

Congratulations to Crestwood Track and Field athletes on a great championship meet!  Alexa Gibson won gold for Sr. Girls javelin.  Zakayla Day Burrell placed 2nd in the 100m and 3rd in the 200m.  Ella Rival came 3rd in the 1500m and 2nd in the 3000m.  Anjali Juneja placed 4th in the 100m.  All four girls will go on to represent Crestwood at the Toronto Metros pre-OFSAA meet in 2 weeks!  Congratulations and good luck!

            

    

Softball

Monday, the U14 Boys Softball finished their regular season against a very tough first place UCC team. Although the boys ultimately lost 22-13, the game was not without its share of highlight reel plays for CPC.  Patrick Shain got the offense started with a huge three run home run. Not to be outdone, Jack Van Volsen matched Patrick later in the game, with his own 3 run home run. Finally, Marcus Green completed a big rally in the bottom of the 4th inning with a slicing triple down the first base line that cleared the bases.

               

May 16th, 2019

Posted In: Upper School

Please view important event information from the University of Toronto.

     

May 16th, 2019

Posted In: Upper School

Last Friday, CPC’s Grade 12 students headed to Prom for a night to remember! It was a wonderful evening, filled with great food, fun awards, dancing, beautiful young ladies, and handsome young gentleman. The Grade 12s were great ambassadors of Crestwood, and an amazing time was had by both students and teachers!

Thank you to everyone involved in making Prom such a success.  View the lovely pictures from the event taken by CPC student Adam Bacik (’21) as well as the photo booth!

               

               

               

               

May 16th, 2019

Posted In: Upper School

Today, the Grade 6 Book Bank Crew loaded up Crestwood’s donations of gently used books to prepare for their delivery to the Children’s Book Bank.  We filled the trunk and backseat! Thanks to all the families who donated; your generosity helps the Children’s Book Bank to fulfill  their mission to provide books to and promote literacy among children in low-income Toronto neighbourhoods.
www.childrensbookbank.com
-Jennifer Krashinsky

Crestwood’s Grade 10 class traveled to Ottawa for a jam-packed three days of fun, friendship and first-hand encounters with topics from their Civics and Canadian History studies.

Our first stop on Wednesday took students to the Canadian War Museum. The striking building on the Ottawa River was designed by architect Raymond Moriyama to convey a sense of disorientation, mirroring the confusion of war. Once inside the main exhibit hall, however, the confusion disappeared as students were able to view and interact with an amazing collection of artifacts from many of the conflicts that they learned about in class. After a few final obligatory selfies in front of the vast array of military vehicles in the Museum’s Lebreton Gallery, students were back on the bus and headed to Parliament Hill. Even with Centre Block under renovations, students were still able to get a first hand parliamentary experience, as MP Michael Levitt met with the students minutes before he had to get to the House of Commons for a vote. He discussed his responsibilities in Parliament as a representative for the people of York-Centre, as well as his work as the Chair of the House Foreign Affairs and International Development Committee. After saying goodbye to MP Levitt, students checked in to the accommodations at the University of Ottawa before heading across the river for a night of dinner, dancing and education presented by Aboriginal Experience. The opportunity to learn about the rich cultural heritage of Canada’s indigenous peoples while standing on the shores of the Ottawa River, with fantastic views of Parliament in the background, was the perfect way to cap of off our first night in Ottawa.

After a hearty breakfast, Thursday began with a trip to the Supreme Court of Canada, where students learned the history of the Court, as well as the magnificent building that houses it. Students applied their learning from the tour, and Civics class, by participating in a mock trial. Students then headed to the Canadian History Museum for a tour, and an IMAX presentation of the film “Canada: C3” documenting an inspiring 150-day journey around Canada’s three ocean coasts. Rock climbing, a fajita fiesta and a haunted tour of the former Carleton County Gaol rounded out the rest of our second busy day and night in Ottawa.

While we left Ottawa Friday morning, the educational fun was not over just yet. Our final stop of the trip was Canadian Forces Station Carp, better known as The Diefenbunker. Descending four stories underground, students got to see firsthand how the Canadian government dealt with the threat of nuclear war. Built in 1962 to ensure the continuity of government in the event of an attack on Ottawa, the once top-secret location now offers visitors an amazing glimpse in to the geopolitical tensions of the Cold War. After returning to the surface, it was back on the bus and back to Toronto.

 

               

               

 

May 16th, 2019

Posted In: Upper School

Last week the grade 8 students travelled to Montreal and Quebec City for their graduation trip. On the first day they learned about constellations at the Montreal Planetarium and competed in a scavenger hunt challenge, where many students were successful! On the second day CPC ran away with the circus! Many of our grade 8 students are skilled at trapeze, tightrope walking, balancing spinning plates, and walking on stilts. After travelling to Quebec City, students enjoyed a haunted tour of Old Quebec, learning about its spooky history. The final day of activities was packed full of fun experiences! First the students hiked along the suspension bridges at Canyon Sainte-Anne, enjoying the breaktaking views. They then visited Albert Gilles Copper Art and Museum where they learnt how to make their own piece of copper art to take home. From there students had the opportunity to learn and experience a small portion of the lives of the British Soldiers at the Martello Towers. To conclude the successful trip, everyone enjoyed some bowling to celebrate! It was a busy trip, but fun was had by all!
               
               
               

May 16th, 2019

Posted In: Upper School

Please take a moment to drop by the main office and sign the petition for a stop sign on Post Road at park Lane Circle.

Thank you for your support.

-CSPA

May 16th, 2019

Posted In: Lower School

The Grade 2 classes had a fantastic day at the Kortright Centre on Wednesday, 15th May! They had the opportunity to examine air and water in the natural environment. Students developed an appreciation of the size and power of the water cycle; the importance of water in our lives and the environment; and the value of conserving water and keeping water clean. It was a beautiful day to be outdoors!
-Mrs. Solski and Ms. Ingram

May 15th, 2019

Posted In: Crestwood News

Thank you to the entire Crestwood community for supporting yet another Used Uniform Sale success story. We continue to receive excellent pieces of clothing enabling us to recycle these items back into our community while at the same time raising some money for future school endeavours.

Thanks again.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

May 15th, 2019

Posted In: Crestwood News

The Grade 3 students had a wonderful time today exploring plants and soil at the Toronto Botanical Gardens. Through fun and interactive learning experiences we looked at how soil decomposes and how important dirt is to the environment. Inside the Children’s Centre we handled worms and explored the organic materials that make up soil.

-Mallory Parsons

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

May 14th, 2019

Posted In: Lower School

Two award winning Canadian authors are visiting Crestwood School this coming week.  Cary Fagan will be visiting the grades 3/4 classes on Wednesday, May 22 and Eric Walters will be visiting the grades 5/6 classes on Thursday, May 23.  Cary Fagan will be selling books for between $10-$15 and will have the following titles available:  Mort Ziff is Not Dead, Danny Who Fell in a Hole, Banjo of Destiny, Mr. Karp’s Last Glass, Wolfie and Fly, Wolfie and Fly: Band on the Run, The Hollow under the Tree.  Please see Cary Fagan’s website for more details: http://www.caryfagan.com/kidsbooks.html.  The grade 5/6 students have already placed orders for Eric Walters’ books and they will be distributed the day of the visit.  The students are welcome to bring in books that they already own to be autographed.  We are all looking forward to inspiring presentations about reading and writing!

-Lara Bafaro

Earl Bales Community Day Camp

May 10th, 2019

Posted In: Upper School

The Scouts are holding a Lawn and Garden Product Sale with FREE delivery right to your door. See attached information sheet with product details and order form.

Also join the Scouts and Venturers this Saturday for a BBQ providing Hamburgers, Hotdogs and Popcorn for a donation, at the Church of our Saviour Spring Fling Bazaar and Bake Sale. Saturday May 11th from 10 am to 1 pm, (1 Laurentide Drive, Don Mills).

May 10th, 2019

Posted In: Upper School

Used Uniform Sale

The Crestwood Parent Association will be holding a Used Uniform Sale on Tuesday May 30th from 3:30-5:00pm. While the sale is primarily geared towards new students, all parents are welcome to come and shop.

In the meantime, we are looking for donations of gently used, clean uniform pieces. They can be dropped off in the office.

Thank you in advance!

May 10th, 2019

Posted In: Upper School

Upcoming deadline: The last date to accept an admission offer from an Ontario university is June 3rd.  However, the recommended date to accept by is Monday May 27th. To accept an offer to an Ontario university, students must log into their OUAC account and accept the offer. 

May 10th, 2019

Posted In: Upper School

Badminton

Tuesday the Under 14 badminton team traveled to Bayview Glen to play the last matches before the championship. Thank you to all the members of the squad and in particular congratulations to our girls double team Amy McCullough and Courtney Mayberry who won their match after a nail biting and gripping final game. All the members of the U14 team will be playing in the championship on May 22nd at St Andrew’s College.  Wish them luck!

Crestwood Hosted Bayview Glen’s Badminton team in a match Wednesday night. A skeleton Senior team had a successful outing with improvements all around. The girl’s doubles team of Victoria Sun and Selina Zhao won their first match in 2 hard fought games.  On the boys side, Jason Fu and Jacob Newman both won their singles matches as did our mixed doubles team of Greg Quon and Raushan Liu.  This was our best result so far this season.  Congratulations Crestwood Badminton!

Track & Field

The Varsity Track & Field team for braved the harsh weather Thursday at the Bill Crothers Invitational. Alexa Gibson won first in javelin and Zakayla Day-Burrell finished first in the 100m dash! Hayden John, Shane Latsky, Liam Wagner and Ethan Li also did a great job in their 4x100m relay. Congratulations to everyone who competed!

          

Softball

The U14 Boys Softball team continued their season Monday afternoon with a home game vs. Toronto French School.  Despite losing some of their top players to a hockey tournament, the remaining members of the team put forward a valiant effort, losing by a score of 13-8 in a game that was close until the very end.  Stars of the game included Aiden Nunes, with clutch hitting and big catches in the outfield, Patrick Shain, who hit three doubles to add to his season total of five, and Anthony Cristoforo, with 4 RBI and a spectacular catch at shortstop which set up a double play.

The U14 Boys Softball team continued their season Thursday with a game vs. St. Andrew’s College. The boys got off to a good start, and despite some notable base running errors, were nevertheless able to hold on for an exciting 10-6 win. Star performers for the game included Patrick Shain, who played excellent defense at first base and came within inches of clearing the fence for a grand slam, Sean Doherty, who had an excellent pitching performance, and Thomas Dennison, whose clutch RBI single with the bases loaded gave the team some necessary insurance going into the final frame. The boys will look to continue their winning ways as they take on UCC this coming Tuesday.  Great work boys!

Soccer

The U14 Girls soccer team traveled to Toronto French school Monday afternoon in what was a very exciting and well fought match. Our girls matched the girls from TFS ball for ball in the first half, only giving up one goal on a turnover. The second half proved a little different as TFS had the upper hand on the balance of play, scoring two more goals in what resulted in a 3-0 loss for CPC. Still, all the girls showed fight and resolve, with honorable shout outs going to Abby Mintz, Tina Otchere, Sara Farahi Fard, and Chiara Codron. The girls next match in on Monday at Cherry Beach versus Moncrest.

A spirited performance from the Crestwood Lions against the Ridley Tigers on Wednesday afternoon was not enough to win the game. The match ended in a 1-1 draw, even though the Tigers had more shots compared to the Lions, both sides were pretty evenly matched during the first half.  The first half saw the ball being traded between the two midfields with the Tigers mounting slightly more pressure on the Lions defence but were unsuccessful in their numerous attempts thanks to a stellar performance by Alexa Gibson, the Lions top-notch goalie. However, with just seconds left in the first half, Ridley squeaked one in off a well placed cross and finish. Although the Tigers had greater possession of the ball, the Lions did not let the intensity, and aggression in their game dip for any moment the rest of the way. Our strong physical presence of Marta and Sophia frustrated the opposition. However, the Tigers defence had an answer each time the Lions would surmount an offense, thereby keeping the score 1-0. Until, injured player/team advisor Sarah Douey made a game altering comment on the sideline..”It’s time to release Alexa”. Sending our goalie into the outfield was the best decision, as she was able to be the spark plug of energy the Lions needed, she ran down the field and scored to tie the match and get a point for the Lions…for the second game in a row! Substitute Coach O’Connor praised her team’s effort, saying, “We worked hard despite having many team members absent for trips and injuries. The team showed adversity to play the entire game and battle back to get the job done.” She also wanted to give Georgia Gardner a shout out for stepping in to play, and being a great addition to the squad.  The Lions will now travel to Waterloo and take on the SJK Eagles and look to get back in the win column on Wednesday May 15 at 3 pm.

 

 

 

May 10th, 2019

Posted In: Upper School

Grade 10 business students put their business plans into action last week, selling crepes, candy and even a “Sweet Tap” pie-in-the-face.  The process began with Dragon’s Den style pitches to select the most viable business ventures. After a student vote, the planning process began for the best business ideas. The classes were divided into “departments” of purchasing, production, marketing, selling, accounting and management to plan and execute on the concepts.  Students put their business knowledge to good use, generating over $300 profit for their charities.

               

               

May 10th, 2019

Posted In: Upper School

Crestwood will be hosting our annual Athletic Banquet on Thursday May 23rd, 2019.  The banquet will be a night of celebrating the accomplishments of all our student athletes, as well as lots of eating and dancing.  The banquet will take place on the Empress of Canada boat, which will depart from the Toronto harbour at 5:45pm and sail around Lake Ontario until 10:00pm.  Transportation will be provided to and from the banquet, or students can be dropped off at the boat at 11 Polson St.

Tickets will first be released to CPC students who played for a school team and paid their athletic fee.  These athletes MUST sign up for the banquet in the PE office to reserve a spot on the boat.  The deadline to sign up for the banquet is Thursday May 16th, 2019.  After May 16th we will open up ticket sales to Crestwood students who did not play on a school team.  The cost of a ticket for students who did not pay the athletic fee is $55.

May 10th, 2019

Posted In: Upper School

Social Media expert Paul Davis is coming to Crestwood School (hosted by the Crestwood School Parents’ Association) on Tuesday June 4th @9:15am. All parents are welcome. If you are interested in learning more about social media/image sharing/ cyber bullying/ smartphones/ privacy/ digital trails etc. and would like to reserve a spot, please contact Joysfuterman@yahoo.com by Friday May 31st.

-Crestwood School Parents’ Association

Congratulations to all students and teachers who did so much to make our beautiful art show such a success!! The art room has not been resting since, as the Art Committee has just finished the stage set for the grade 3 musical; Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory! The props for Matilda, this years school play, are coming to life with the help of grade 5 and 6 students and the art committee. We cannot wait to show you the final product!

-Anya Romanenko

May 10th, 2019

Posted In: Crestwood News

On Monday, May 13 the JK to Grade 2s are having an author visit with Phyllis Bordo.  Her book, Lilly Esther Conquers the Worries, addresses the issues of anxiety and worrying in children. For more information about the book: https://mascotbooks.com/mascot-marketplace/buy-books/childrens/picture-books/lilly-esther-conquers-worries/

If you would like to purchase a copy of the book, please send in $15 with your child.  Thank you.

On Tuesday May 7, Grades 1A & 1B visited Harbourfront Arts Centre for the day. It was a spectacular day!! The morning was spent with our fabulous teacher Anne discovering the world of puppet making. Every student worked diligently creating one of a kind sock puppets using materials like : felt, buttons, pipe cleaners, wallpaper scraps, feathers and much more for embellishment.
After lunch, the multi talented teacher Blaise introduced us to the fascinating world of hip hop dance. Students were actively engaged in creating partner, large & small group dance ensembles. Each group picked their favourite song and incorporated specifically designated dance moves into their unique performances. The Grade Ones all had an incredibly interactive and exciting experience and LOVED our day at Harbourfront Arts Centre.

-Mary Hodgson & Esther Alter

University of Toronto Mississauga- Mapping Your Education: An Evening for Grade 9-11s
When: Wednesday May 8th, 2019
Time: 7pm
Where: UTM- Instructional Centre Building
What: University can seem overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be. Join UTM to help prepare your child for their next steps if they’re considering a post-secondary education. For more information and to register please click on the following link
https://www.utm.utoronto.ca/future-students/visit/mapping-your-education

May 3rd, 2019

Posted In: Upper School

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