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Welcome From Principal Allan Hardy

I am delighted that you are interested in exploring our website to find out more about Greenwood College School. Greenwood is one of the great success stories within Toronto’s independent school community. Since opening our doors in 2002, we have grown from 72 students to our present enrolment in 2016-2017 of more than 460 students in Grades 7-12. 
 
At Greenwood, we foster each young person’s independence to venture further. We encourage our students to think independently, to persevere through obstacles, to maintain moral courage and to connect with their communities. Our small, supportive community allows students to feel positive and engaged each day, while our trailblazing approach to personalized education challenges every student to stretch.  Read about how our teachers are using the school's new spaces to deliver customized education in the classroom or take a look at 21st Century Learning at Greenwood, where you will hear about life at Greenwood, and how students are pushed to grow beyond their comfort zone by our outstanding staff.
 
When our graduates leave Greenwood, they do so with a few things in common. Our alumni are confident, tell you what’s on their minds, and are eager to contribute. They’re not intimidated by uncertainty. They have a sense of adventure and of themselves. We find that families who choose Greenwood share that independent spirit, and want their child to develop the qualities they need to explore what excites them – whether that’s volunteering with Doctors Without Borders, or pursuing a graduate degree at Cambridge.  To learn more about our alumni, visit Evergreen, Greenwood’s alumni magazine.
  
You may also be interested in reading 
Where We All Venture Further, or our View Book. Better yet, why not book a tour? You will love what you see and hear.
 


Allan Hardy
Principal
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