North Point School Reviews
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We took our son out of publicFrench immersion because of difficulties with comprehension and an...
School leadership is very much open to expressing concerns and coming up with a mutual approach. There is a monthly newsletter, as well as grade-specific emails to keep parents up to date. The 5 R’s are emphasized on a mul...
Very invested teachers, who are able to bring forth strengths in their students. Our son has some issues with getting frustrated easier than most when he doesn't understand the instructions, or he has done an equation in hast...
The strengths are the teachers themselves, as well as allowing a student to move if need be. Starting most days after physical education allows them to be calm and ready to learn. The roots to stem program introduces kids t...
This is a small school, and so the extracurricular opportunities are perhaps more limited by the nature of its size. That said, there is an optional after school engineering academy in the second semester, hockey plays a larg...
The student body is on the smaller size, but has already grown a fair amount in the last year. The boys genuinely look happy, and respect does permeate the atmosphere. When I walk in the door, the boys greet me politely, and ...
My son absolutely loves this school, and this is a kid who was miserable in a public school where he was seen as a bit different, and required more attention from his teacher than the other kids. I think that the quality of t...
As a parent you can be as involved as much or little as possible. The students are encouraged to consider the community around them (shovelling sidewalks, handing out candy canes to neighboring homes), as well as making back...
A central location in a community undergoing gentrification. The one issue is lack of bussing on the south side of the city. This is a difficulty, but we have found a few other parents who can help us out on the days which w...
Very informal meet and greet with Mr. D, as the kids call him. Kids have to write an entrance examination for around 2 hours (not sure which grade that starts in), which also likely serves the dual purpose of seeing how serio...
THE OUR KIDS REPORT: North Point School
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