B.A., BEd., M.S. in ED, Specialist Guidance
Welcome to J.Addison School, home of the Flames! Our school is comprised of committed staff, involved parents, and a group of very enthusiastic students. The rich academic program challenges EVERY student to set and reach ambitious, intellectual and personal goals. J. Addison's extensive extra-curricular activities provide physical and social avenues to match a wide range of student interests. The staff and students of J. Addison are looking forward to all students having a rewarding high school experience. At J. Addison we believe learning occurs in an environment that contains positive interpersonal relationships and interactions, comfort and order, and in which the learner feels appreciated, acknowledged, respected, and appreciated.
Average Class Size:8 to 16
Enrolment: Day 150 (Gr. PS-12) — Boarding 50 (Gr. 9-12)
At J. Addison School, our students' success is our success. We commit ourselves to ensuring that our students are humane, thinking, productive citizens through an educational system characterized by state-of-the-art technology, a dynamic interdisciplinary curriculum, student centred active learning, and a nurturing environment where all share a common purpose and a joy of learning.
J. Addison School is a private Montessori/Academic day & boarding school in Markham, Ontario. The school offers programs for grades PS to 12 with enrolment of 150 day students and 50 boarding students. J. Addison School has an average class size of 8 to 16 students and has a tuition cost of $5,608 to $34,250 per year. Founded in 2002, this private school requires students to wear uniforms and the language of instruction is English.
When I was in Singapore, I did not have any study goals, my grades were bad. Luckily I chose to study at J. Addison School in Canada; because the teachers... read more
I was preparing to go into grade 10; although my grades were above average, I was really worried about my education and future. My friend told me about a J.... read more
"I have been studying at J. Addison School for about three months now. At first, I felt it was very hard to study in Canada because my English was not... read more
|Disclaimer: Information presented on this page may be paid advertising provided by the [advertisers/schools] and is not warranted or guaranteed by OurKids.net or its associated websites. See Terms and Conditions.|