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2021

  • #plasticisnotfantastic

    Where Everyday is Oceans Day

    Today’s 11 year old Water Keepers learn from seasoned veterans. Grade 5 students share their passion to protect Oceans at year end exhibition
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  • IB in profile: Creativity, Activity and Service

    York School Students set up a friendship club at the Shining Through Centre and learn a lot about themselves in the process!
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  • Debate Head Captain Ruby G. competes in World Individual Debating and Public Speaking Championship

    Debate Head Captain Ruby G. competes in World Individual Debating and Public Speaking Championship (WIDPSC)

    Representing The York School and Canada in this annual international event, this year the tournament was hosted by South Korea, with all events taking place online. Each participant competed in four different events:  
    • Debate 
    • Impromptu Speaking 
    • Persuasive or After Dinner Speaking 
    • Interpretive Reading. 
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  • Short Story Competition Winner - Marshmallows and Missed Friends

    Lauren C. in Grade 10 placed third in the 2021 INCITE writing competition for her short story entitled 'Marshmallows and Missed Friends'.  The theme for this year was 'The Year After' 

    While her story is about her tradition of dressing up in Halloween costumes in May with her friends it’s also a story of growing up and moving on.

    **Tip of the hat to The York School English Department Chair Chloe Edwards and all teachers for cultivating a love for the written word.   
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  • The Demos Project

    What is democracy? Grade 10 World History class reflects

    The word democracy comes to us from ancient Greece, and it conveys a seemingly simple idea: the people (demos) rule or hold power (kratos). Over centuries our ideas of democracy have expanded and evolved, with democracy becoming more inclusive and robust in many ways, yet who counts as the people, how they rule, and where they do so remain eternally up for debate.
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  • The Personal Project, an IB milestone

    As we launch the 2021-2022 Personal Project with this year's Grade 9 class, we take a look at a sample of the completed Student Projects from Grade 10.
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  • Pinewood Derby Highlights

    Live-streamed to over 100 participants and viewers yesterday, the annual and innovative pinewood derby of promised chills, thrills and spills did not disappoint.
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About the York School

Canada's first co-educational independent IB World School
The York School is a co-educational JK to Grade 12 independent school located in the heart of Toronto. The York School was founded in 1965 and is the first school in Canada accredited to offer the International Baccalaureate (IB) from junior kindergarten (JK) to university entrance. As an IB World School, The York School's motto is Experientia Docet or Experience Teaches.

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Junior School (Grades JK-5) 1639 Yonge Street Toronto, Ontario M4T 2W6

Middle School (Grades 6-8) & Senior School (Grades 9-12) 1320 Yonge Street Toronto, Ontario M4T 1X2
Tel: 416.926.1325

Mailing address: 1320 Yonge Street, Toronto, Ontario M4T 1X2
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