Newton's Grove is a student-focused private school for children from JK to Gr. 12. For over forty years our experienced, caring, and dedicated staff have been delivering a dynamic program that gives our students the tools for success. Our goal is to engage and inspire every student to be a life-long learner and creative thinker. We help students achieve that goal by offering small classes, superior programming in academics, athletics and the arts, and a signature music program. This is all delivered in a new, state-of-the-art-facility bordering on an incredible hundred acre green space, with a cricket pitch, softball stadiums, tennis courts, soccer fields, playgrounds and trails. Our incredible new home has fully equipped science and computer labs to encourage our students' exploration of STEM, as well as visual arts, drama and music spaces to showcase our outstanding programming in the arts. Our inquiry-based curriculum encourages students to think independently, to ask questions, and to become problem solvers. Our challenging, personalized approach to learning ensures our students have the skills, confidence and problem-solving ability to succeed in the post-secondary school of their choice. It is our emphasis on all aspects of learning that allows our programs to meet and exceed the Ministry of Education standards.
- Founded in 1977
- High academic standards
- Exceptional university placement record
- Small class sizes
- Enriched band and music program, athletics and the arts
- Enriched computer education
- Door-to-door transportation
- Entrance test and interview required
Our Take: Newton’s Grove School
Newton’s Grove began its life in 1977 as the first private school in Mississauga, known then as Mississauga Private School. It soon moved to Etobicoke, though returned to Mississauga in 2015, moving into its permanent location in 2017. The moves are symptomatic of the school’s growth, based in a growing reputation for its academics coupled with a robust athletic program. Values, too, are a draw, with a dedication to promoting respect and responsibility throughout the curricular areas. The ideal student is one able to thrive in a challenging, vibrant, socially oriented environment.