Bayview Glen is an academically invigorating, co-educational independent school for students age 2 to grade 12. Situated on two closely connected campuses in North York, our vibrantly diverse community is inspired by expert teachers and fuelled by a forward-thinking curriculum.
Since 1962, our goal has been to foster self-esteem, independence, leadership skills and academic excellence within a secure and supportive learning environment. Our broad offering of curricular and co-curricular activities ranges from Drama to Design Thinking, Robotics to Round Square, Mandarin to Model United Nations, Athletics to Advanced Placement. We nurture collaboration, problem-solving and academic risk-taking to help foster skills needed for the 21st century. Developing an entrepreneurial mindset and a respect for diverse viewpoints are also top priorities.
Bayview Glen welcomes preschoolers into a nurturing community that allows inquisitive minds to flourish. Your child will be challenged to think on their feet, collaborate with classmates and create something new every day. Our students graduate as compassionate cosmopolitans, fully prepared for top-ranked universities at home and abroad. Equally important, they step forth with the skills and attitudes needed to embrace and influence a world of accelerating change.
- 2 years to Grade 12
- Enriched academics and individualized curriculum
- Advanced Placement programme
- Tablet programme
- Global member of Round Square
- International exchange programmes
- 100% acceptance to university
- Multicultural and co-educational
- Facilities: 2 double gyms, fitness centre, dining hall, theatre, science labs and learning commons
Our Take: Bayview Glen
It's a big world out there, with lots of big ideas in it, and Bayview Glen prides itself on offering students an introduction to all its breadth and complexity. The school is part of the Round Square network of schools, which reflects that ambition; the program includes cross-curricular links to concepts of community, self-reliance, and entrepreneurialism. For some students, it can be a lot, perhaps especially for those within the younger grades—the school admits students from preschool through to grade 12. A broad range of curricular and co-curricular activities back up the school's promise to deliver the world: Mandarin classes, a model United Nations program, as well as a range of arts and athletics. While learner support is provided, the ideal student is one who is able to thrive in an intellectually diverse, academically challenging environment.