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Our History

Our school is located at the corner of Erb Street West and Erbsville Court. It began in 1966 when a group of parents got together looking for a bilingual education for their children. At the time, there was no French Immersion offered in public schools. A brief association with the Toronto French School got us off the ground, but quickly we formed our own organization with a strong parent community and a hard working parent committee. The site for the school was chosen in what was originally a separate village named Rummelhardt. It included the 1867 fieldstone schoolhouse that still stands on the school grounds. The parents did everything for the new school, including building additional classroom spaces with their own hands. The school grew, and in September of 1999 we opened our beautiful new building. The school started as a very small close-knit community and has grown over the years to almost 400 students, but we still have the feeling of being a family. We’ve had the same school principal for more than 30 years and many of the founding parents are still involved with the school; they sent their children and now they send their grandchildren here.