An Urban Oasis:
Our unique campus of historical homes and purpose-built buildings is nestled in the heart of Toronto.
Montcrest’s campus consists of five buildings:
- Livingston House (4 Montcrest Blvd.): JK, SK, Grade 1
- Danson House (Gym building): Grades 2-4
- Hubbard House (660 Broadview Ave.): Grade 5
- Thomson House (658 Broadview Ave): Grade 6, 7, & 8
- Office Building (664 Broadview Ave)
Thomson House was newly completed in February 2019. It was Montcrest’s largest ever renovation project, constructing a new facility that connects 650 Broadview Ave. with 658 Broadview Ave., while maintaining the integrity of the two historical houses. Thomson House features a new brightly-lit art room, an instrumental music room, a new Science Lab, homerooms and French classrooms for our senior students, and communal spaces for our students to gather, work together, and socialize.
We are located less than a five-minute walk from Broadview subway station as well as across the street from a TTC streetcar stop.
We are less than five kilometres from the Royal Ontario Museum, Art Gallery of Ontario, City Hall and Queen’s Park.
Video: Kite Day
Direct access to Nature
Our community garden allows for hands-on learning through activities like planting vegetables and outdoor cooking club.
We are also fortunate to have direct access to 18 hectares of parkland at Riverdale Park, which provides a wonderful extension to our campus for recess, athletics and school-wide activities. The park features two baseball diamonds, a running track, seven tennis courts, an outdoor ice rink and more. Our location also affords us access to the Don River Valley including trails leading to Evergreen Brickworks within a 30 minute walk.