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  • Virtual Career Day

    On February 13, an alumni panel joined our Grade 10 students in Careers Class to discuss their York, university and professional experiences.
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  • GPS Cultural Exchange Trip

    Vannakkam or Hello York! We are back from participating in the Global Pathways School Cultural Exchange Trip over the March break, where we travelled to Tamil Nadu, India.
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  • Debate Update 2023

    As the debate and public speaking season winds down, humanities teacher and debate coach Rob Burkett would like to recognize our world-class debaters and public speakers. 
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  • Student Reflection: Havana Music Trip

    Grade 9 student Ella and Grade 10 student Jadon share and reflect on their experiences from the music trip to Havana this past February.
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  • Alumni Spotlight: Jamie Perlmutter '14

    When Jamie Perlmutter graduated from York in 2014, he planned on following his brother to the University of Michigan (U of M) and into the Business program beginning in second year. Although admitted to U of M, Jamie’s Business program application was declined, and he knew that he’d have to find a new direction. “It was unsettling to have my plans blow up in my face,” he recalls, “but if that hadn’t happened, I would never have found my passion for programming.”
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  • Alumni Spotlight: Jordan Hausman '21

    A shoutout to York Alumni Jordan Hausman '21!
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  • Alumni Spotlight: Vishakha Tiwari '21

    Vishakha (“Vish”) Tiwari (‘21) joined The York School in Grade 8 as a shy but eager student drawn to the IB curriculum. Impressed by the inclusive culture and wide array of co-curriculars, she found her passion in volunteering with the school’s many health and wellbeing initiatives.
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  • Donor Spotlight: Alexandra Stewart and Roger Rudsili

    For Alexandra Stewart and Roger Rudsili and their sons Edward and Oliver, the pandemic’s social distancing guidelines meant they spent lots of time together at their cottage surrounded by nature. On-line learning went well enough and the boys were happy to be outside more than usual. “We feel The York School did a good job keeping everyone engaged,” says Alexandra, “And we really enjoyed the extra time together as a family.”
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  • Donor Spotlight: Robbie Kozman

    Robbie Kozman ‘26 has made the most of his York School experience since joining our community a decade ago as an eager and curious SK student.
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  • Donor Spotlight: The George and Helen Vari Foundation

    The George and Helen Vari Foundation has been supporting educational institutions and students for almost 40 years through bursaries, philanthropic gifts and other initiatives.
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  • Donor Spotlight: The Ritchie Levitt Family

    Six years ago, when Pamela Wren Ritchie and Howard Levitt were considering JK for their eldest daughter Wren, they knew they wanted a school that offered the coziness of small class sizes along with an engaged community and outstanding faculty.
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About the York School

Canada's first gender-inclusive independent IB World School
The York School is a gender-inclusive 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 
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