Toronto Schools
Church-Yonge Corridor

In this School Guide, you'll find out more about the schools children in this neighbourhood can attend, including public, Catholic, and private schools.

Church and Wellesley is contained in the northern part of this neighbourhood and is an LGBT-oriented enclave. It is also a historic community with Victorian houses and apartments dating back to the late 19th and early 20th century. Church and Wellesley is home to the annual Pride Week celebrations, the largest event of its kind in Canada. The southern part of the Church-Yonge Corridor includes part of St. Lawrence and Old Town Toronto. Some of the most interesting architecture in the city can be found in St. Lawrence, and one notable landmark is the Flatiron building, known for its distinct narrow, wedge shape where Wellington St. merges with Front. Old Town was the first of Toronto's named neighbourhoods, having acquired the moniker no later than 1815. The site still has a large number of 19th-century buildings.

Church-Yonge Corridor Schools

This neighbourhood has great elementary schools, great secondary schools, elementary special programs, and secondary special programs. There are 7 public schools, 6 Catholic schools, 5 private schools, and 1 alternative/special school serving this neighbourhood. The special programs offered at local schools include Fine Arts, All-Male, French Immersion, and International Baccalaureate.

Public Schools


Catholic Schools


Private Schools


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Click on map pins below to see Public and Catholic catchments.

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