Due to recent postal interruptions, please note that reports will not be mailed as scheduled on Thursday, November 8. Instead, reports will be given to students to take home on this day. Information regarding the sign-up procedure for parent-teacher interviews on Thurs. Nov. 15 and Fri. Nov. 16 will be included with this package. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.
High School Principal
Town Centre Private Schools (TCPS) is a co-educational, private high school and IB World School offering university bound courses. TCPS is conveniently located in the City of Markham and is easily accessible to both York Region and the Greater Toronto Area via the 401, 404 and 407 highways and public transit. Offering a wide range of courses, extracurricular activities, individual guidance and high academic standards, the graduates experience great success at leading universities in Canada and throughout the world.
Visit our IB Information for TCPS Student and Parents page for updates on the IB Programme!
Town Centre is an International Baccalaureate® World School for the Middle Years Programme (MYP) and Diploma Programme (DP), and a Candidate for the Primary Years Programme (PYP).
Students graduating from TCPS have traditionally been successful in their university endeavours, with 100% of the graduates, who apply to university, being accepted.
Smaller class sizes provide students with more individualized learning, greater participation and leadership opportunities.
TCPS offers a well rounded academic and extracurricular program at a competitive price.
Town Centre offers a rigorous academic program in order to fully prepare students for the demands of university studies. All courses at Town Centre are taught at the university entrance level.
TCPS offers a myriad of competitive and non-competitive athletic activities for the students to grow physically, emotionally and socially.
Town Centre offers a variety of both curricular and co-curricular opportunities in the Arts.
High school students enthusiastically participate in many charitable fund raising events throughout the academic year.