History

Collingwood School opened its doors on September 10, 1984. The School was founded by an intrepid group of parents seeking an excellent education for their children. Their commitment to excellence prevails to this day throughout the Collingwood community.

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Ideology & Philosophy

We know what it takes to develop in our students those abilities and attitudes that the 21st century will demand and reward.

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Governance

The Board of Governors provide support and resources to enable the School to supply the total learning environment necessary for it to graduate students who set the highest standard for excellence, moral and ethical character and leadership.

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Leadership

Round Square

Collingwood School is a Round Square Global Member, along with 90 member schools on five continents. The common goal is structured around developing the IDEALS: internationalism, democracy, environment, adventure, leadership and service.

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Careers at Collingwood

Collingwood is always looking for dynamic staff and faculty to join our high-performing team. All positions support our mission - to prepare young people to thrive in meaningful lives. You enjoy a progressive, fast paced school environment.

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Our Faculty

Our Community

Parents' Council

The Parents’ Council Executive Committee is comprised of elected directors who volunteer, and are committed to community engagement, organizing various events and fundraising activities during the year.

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Infinite Opportunities

A Collingwood School education creates infinite opportunities for our students to excel. Our four Strand approach–academics, arts, athletics and service–is delivered through university preparatory programs that are collaborative, interdisciplinary, relevant and pioneering. Our graduates will join the global community as critical thinkers who are resilient, socially conscious and prepared to make the most of their opportunities.

  • Apple

    1:8

    Teacher to Student Ratio
  • Pencil

    20

    Average Class Size
  • Ribbon

    26

    # of AP Courses Offered
  • Trophy

    46

    Provincial Athletic Championships
  • People

    1,260 

    # of Students