October 23, 2019 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Sunnybrook School
469 Merton St
Toronto, ON M4S 1B4
Tanya Low
416 487 5308

Sunnybrook School

Open House October 23, 2019

Sunnybrook School

Sunnybrook is a vibrant, co-ed elementary school, located in North Toronto. Small class sizes, caring teachers, and strong academics inspire our students to become independent, knowledgeable, and confident learners with an understanding of their world, locally and globally. Our innovative, international curriculum helps them to develop skills and knowledge and nurtures their personal, creative, and academic growth. Sunnybrook is focused on student agency, and developing social and emotional awareness. We were the first school in Ontario to offer the IB PYP, which is enriched at SBS with Singapore Math, 1:1 iPads and a strong French program.

Open Houses

We begin with a presentation to answer questions and demonstrate what is special about SBS. Following the presentation, you will enjoy a tour with a Grade 6 student. Parent feedback tells us that our student ambassadors give lively, meaningful tours; they love the unique ‘kids eye view’ of the SBS experience. In addition to meeting students, our Director of Admissions and Principal will be available to meet you and answer questions.

2019/20 Open Houses Dates :

October 23 1:30 – 3:00 pm
November 21 1:30 – 3:00 pm
February 12 1:30 – 3:00 pm
April 2 1:30 – 3:00 pm

Please note: our presentation begins at 1:30 pm, tours begin at 2:00 pm

Connect with Sunnybrook School

Send a message to Sunnybrook School

About Sunnybrook School

You want your child to become well rounded, independent, happy and healthy in mind, body and spirit. Strong academics, nourishment of your child’s physical and emotional needs as well as active nurturing of creative and social development; these are the goals of Sunnybrook School. Each child is encouraged to learn and grow in an atmosphere of affection and mutual respect.

Twenty-first century skills and knowledge

We know our children are growing into a world of rapid change. This means that together with the traditional skills of literacy and numeracy our students must  learn the skill set commonly known as ‘Twenty-first Century Skills’. These include:

  • Global awareness and environmental literacy
  • Citizenship (local, global, digital)
  • Critical thinking skills (analysis, perspective thinking, metacognition)
  • Communication skills (presentation, writing, multi-media, multi-lingulaism)
  • Collaboration skills
  • Creativity in multiple areas
  • Information literacy, media awareness
  • Learning how to learn
  • Independence, responsibility, initiative, flexibility, resilience

Sunnybrook School Profile

Update this School Event

School Administrators, please use this form to submit changes to this event. 

Subscribing Schools are updated within 2-3 hours, Non subscribing schools are updated within 7-10 days.

 Subscription information is available here.

We're Here To Help!


1001 Lenoir Ave, Suite B-111
Montreal, Quebec H4C 2Z6


M-F: 9:00 – 17:00
S-S: By Appointment

Call Us

(888) 509-7202
(514) 350-3519

Copyright © 2020 SchoolAdvice Inc. Powered by our partners, Sparrow Digital Inc.

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This