Education with Balance. What does this mean to a family who is considering The Country Day School for the first time?

It means that we don’t operate from a “one size fits all” approach. Instead, CDS offers individualized instruction and is sensitive to the needs of each student. This approach is intrinsic in everything we do. We cultivate the passion a child brings with them, or help them to discover one here.

Parents who are already part of the CDS community tell us repeatedly how much this phrase resonates with them. From day one, CDS students are encouraged to discover or nurture their passion, whether that be for an academic subject, the visual arts, music or drama, athletics or outdoor education. Our dedicated faculty challenge them to try new things every day.

CDS hosts Open Houses throughout the academic year as an opportunity for you and your family to visit and tour our school with a teacher or student. Please don’t feel held to these dates; you may call or e-mail for a personal tour anytime. You may also complete our inquire now form, visit our how to apply page, or read our online prospectus to learn more.

Whichever approach you prefer, we would welcome an opportunity to show you around! Thank you for including CDS in your independent and private school search.

David Huckvale
Director of Admission and Post-Secondary Counselling

List of 4 members.

  • Photo of David Huckvale

    Mr. David Huckvale 

    Director of Admission and Post-Secondary Counselling
    ext. 224
  • Photo of Elizabeth Duckett

    Ms. Elizabeth Duckett 

    Admissions & Post-Secondary Counselling Administrative Assistant
    ext. 225
  • Photo of Shannon Mahan

    Ms. Shannon Mahan 

    Junior School Admission Co-ordinator
    ext. 360
  • Photo of Darby Moreau

    Mrs. Darby Moreau 

    Admission and Post-Secondary Counselling Coordinator
    ext. 277

School Information

13415 Dufferin Street King, Ontario L7B 1K5
(905) 833-1220
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.