Luckily, there are a lot to choose from here in Caledon East, both public and private and they’re close to Pathways. And with the Peel District School Board and Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board right in town, you’ll be sure to have all the information you need to make an informed decision.
First, find out which schools your child is eligible to go to. If your child was born in 2007, you can register them this month for kindergarten on February 23, 24 and 25.
Caledon East Public School
15738 Airport Road
Principal Laurie Allison is at the helm of this school of roughly 262 students. Offering Kindergarten through to grade 8, this school established in 1972 received a good report card.
Humberview Secondary School
135 Kingsview Drive
This school’s Mission Statement is “to achieve a welcoming and safe learning environment.” Youth!nk is one of their latest ventures, a “podcast dedicated to promoting and celebrating student life and student achievement.”
St. Cornelius Elementary Catholic School
16066 Innis Lake Road
Home to the Cougars, Principal Dan LaCute recently posted his appreciation to the student’s parents and School Council for their hard work on the school’s website. St. Cornelius is at one end of Pathways, so getting to school is just a jaunt away. To register your kids to attend St. Cornelius, call the school at 905-584-2245 and let them know your child or children’s name and grade level as of September 2011, and your scheduled closing date for Pathways.
Robert F. Hall Catholic Secondary School
6500 Old Church Road
Robert F. Hall is just across the street from Pathways. In addition to academics, there is a strong athletic program here, with ice hockey and lacrosse to name just a few of the sport teams available. Principal Edward McMahon leads a school that offers everything from Alternative Education to Technology.
Caledon Hills Montessori School
6046 Old Church Road
Available for 3-5 year olds, this Montessori Pre-School has been around since 2000. Directress Jacqueline Burke heads up 16 employees.
King’s College School
16369 the Gore Road (near Airport Road)
This school employs a method of teaching known as “Z4 schooling,” resulting in 100% of graduates awarded academic scholarships to university. The motto here is “Be Magnificent.”
For more information about bus schedules, French Immersion programs and other criteria, visit the Peel District School Board website.