Rick Parsons, Principal
I have been asked with some regularity to describe the “typical” Sterling Hall boy. My answer always remains the same: there is no such thing as a “typical” Sterling Hall boy.
Boys belong here, whatever their interests, whatever their aptitudes, whatever their learning requirements might be. We have a created an environment where boys have a sense of acceptance and belonging that gives them the confidence and security they need to take risks, try new things, be themselves and reach for their potential in all their endeavours.
Our approach is unique among schools in Toronto. We focus entirely on boys during their formative years from Junior Kindergarten to Grade 8 – a period when a boy’s life is filled with energy, curiosity and exploration.
We inspire our students by using the most successful techniques and approaches for teaching boys. We treat every one of them as individuals, exposing each of them to a curriculum that is specifically catered to boys’ learning during the key foundational years.
Our exceptional teachers are actively involved throughout the journey, providing support and encouragement. Parents are part of a warm and open school community that is made up of current and Alumni families, Old Boys, faculty/staff, friends, donors, volunteers and members of our Board.
We welcome you to visit The Sterling Hall School and thank you for your interest. We encourage you to get to know us and to see what makes us so proud of our program and our boys. I believe that you will see a school that knows what makes boys tick and what they need to become caring, confident and empathetic young men who are capable of, and interested in, making a difference in their world.
The Sterling Hall School