Holy Trinity School (HTS) is a co-educational, JK-Grade 12, independent day school that provides a safe, structured, and supportive environment for students to develop character and values such as respect, integrity, leadership and confidence.
We are leaders in learning. Our mission is rooted in academic excellence and our commitment to our students continues to inspire us to pursue innovative teaching practices and programs to support the development of all our learners. Our program develops students’ passions, skills, and knowledge which will enable them to thrive. This is complemented by extensive sports, music, drama, art and co-curricular programs that provide a rich and well-rounded school experience for students of every age. At HTS, every student matters!
Our partnership with other organizations and educational institutions provide a flexible program meeting the needs of our student body. Our Apple 1:1 Program creates a dynamic learning environment that meets the diverse needs of our learners, while also engaging the community. It has fostered a creative, global and connected classroom experience. Come and visit us - we can't wait to meet you.
Since it was founded, Holy Trinity School has sought to promote the values—respect for self and others, strength of character, encouragement, and insight—that are expressed by the Anglican tradition. Chapel is an important part of student life, though used as a spring-board to a development of those values rather than a strict religious observance. It's perhaps a fine line, though one that the school navigates well, as reflected in a culturally and religiously diverse student body. It's a point of pride—as indeed it should be—that the current campus was officially opened in 1985 by two important cultural leaders, one secular and the other religious: the Honourable Lincoln Alexander, and L. S. Garnsworthy, then Archbishop of Toronto. Families are drawn to the student-centred instruction, the community feel, as well as a dedication to academic development and innovation. The arts are a core aspect of the program, the intention being to develop well-rounded learners who are adept and engaged across a broad range of literacies. The ideal student is one who will thrive within an academically challenging environment, as well as one that is intellectually, culturally, and philosophically diverse.