Town Centre believes in setting high academic standards in a supportive environment.
Town Centre offers a rigorous academic program in order to fully prepare students for the demands of university studies. We challenge our students, but at the same time we provide them with the support they need to rise to these challenges. All courses at Town Centre are taught at the university-entrance level.
We offer a wide selection of Advanced Placement (AP) and pre-AP courses to enable our students to realize their academic goals.
Specialized teachers instruct classes with a very low student to teacher ratio. TCPHS offers the best features of a traditional university-preparatory school including:
- A systematic, sequential curriculum
- Caring discipline
- High academic standards
- Sound educational leadership
Town Centre Private High School operates on a semester basis allowing students more flexibility in choosing courses and in starting school in mid-year.
Communication between teachers and parents is paramount, and teachers consult with students and parents on an ongoing basis.
High academic standards
Town Centre Private High School is registered with the Ministry of Education. Students study in small class settings, with a low student-teacher ratio. TCPHS accepts applications for enrollment from all other private, public and independent schools.
For further information about enrollment at Town Centre, call (905) 470-1200 and ask for Patrick McCarthy, High School Vice-Principal or Sarah McDonald, Dean of Student Life, in the High School office.
CAPSON, the Council of AP Schools in Ontario is an association of AP schools in Ontario and Quebec. CAPSON schools advocate as a group to the Universities and the Ministry of Education. All Ontario universities grant AP credits, as well as many universities outside of Ontario and Canada. Students can indicate their AP status on the OUAC application form.