Virtual Open House

During ordinary circumstances, we host a series of Open House events in the fall and winter to give prospective families the opportunity to tour our school and facilities with one of our Student Ambassadors, meet CDS Faculty & Staff, and learn about our academic and extra-curricular offerings.

As we all know, these aren't ordinary times. Please join us for our virtual Open House taking place on Tuesday, November 2 at 7 pm.  This will be an opportunity to learn about the Admissions process and to meet talented Faculty members from the Junior, Middle, and Senior divisions of our School.  An option virtual tour of our campus will be offered at the end of the event.  

We look forward to meeting you and your family in the near future!
 

Book a Conversation

Families are always welcome to arrange a personal conversation or tour (virtual or in-person) with:

We are now able to offer a limited number of in-person tours taking place after school hours (evenings and weekends).  Conversations over the phone or a live virtual tour with one of our Admissions team members are also valuable ways to get to know us.  

Please contact us through e-mail to schedule a convenient time for your family at admissions@cds.on.ca or by phone at 905-833-1972.
"We could not have imagined a better high school experience than what CDS provided for our daughter. CDS is a safe and inspiring place with dedicated faculty that provide students with the education and opportunities they need to excel in university and life." — Adela Whitmell, Past CDS Parent
We encourage you to take a self-guided virtual tour, listen to a recent Senior School student panel discussion moderated by our Director of Admission, or tour around with one of our students to get a better sense of CDS and what we have to offer!

School Information

13415 Dufferin Street King, Ontario L7B 1K5
(905) 833-1220
communications@cds.on.ca
admissions@cds.on.ca
Founded in 1972, The Country Day School is a co-educational private school offering programs in JK-12 and located on 100 acres north of Toronto in King.