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The Claremont School
C-1, 310 Danforth Avenue 
Toronto, ON 
M4K 1N6 

Phone: 416.778.6336 


School Information:

Gender: Co-Ed
School Size: 22
Grades: 1- 9
Boarding: No

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General Information

Description: The Claremont School was created by Evelyn Reiss, B.Sc., M.A., OCT, Fellow of the Academy of Orton-Gillingham Practitioners and Educators to serve all students with dyslexia. It is the first school of its kind in Ontario and holds true to the vision of Dr. Samuel Torrey Orton and his colleagues who believed in the potential of individuals with dyslexia. Claremont School's mission is to empower dyslexic students and prepare them for success in the mainstream once strong foundational knowledge is acquired. The holistic approach to teaching individuals with dyslexia focuses on building confidence, knowledge, technological skill and tranquility of spirit. The Claremont School understands the emotional, academic and social needs of the dyslexic student and uses a curriculum created specifically for this community of pupils. The School is a member of the Ontario Federation of Independent Schools (OFIS). Please see the article in the following in the Right to Read newsletter of the Ontario Branch of the International Dyslexia Association: (volume 7, Issue 1)
Year Founded: 2010
Religious Affiliation: Christian
Campus Size: 1 acres


Number of Day Students: 22
Day Grades: 3 - 8

  • Basketball   
  • bowling   
  • cross-country   
  • dodgeball   
  • fencing   
  • soccer   
  • arts and crafts   
  • chess   
  • drama society   
  • pop/rock band   
  • wind band   
    Arts and Media:
  • choir   
  • clay   
  • drumming circles   
  • mixed media   
  • pen and ink   
  • sculpture   

    Day School Tuition: $13,500 - $14,000
    Financial Assistance: Bursaries and grants available from $4000 to $7000

    Application Deadline (Day): Rolling
    Interview Required: Yes
    SSAT Required: No
    Application Requirements: Psycho-educational assessment Interview with Principal Successful school visit (optional)

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