Whitefield Christian Schools is dedicated to quality Christian education and building outstanding character traits in the lives of its students. Whitefield has established a high standard of conduct to help achieve the goal of developing a disciplined lifestyle.
All teachers and staff members are qualified academically, spiritually, and morally and are dedicated to training young people in the necessary skills for life in a God-honouring atmosphere. Every staff member has personally received the Lord Jesus Christ as Saviour and is devoted to leading each student in the ways of the Lord.
JK- Grade 3
The Primary division (JK-Grade 3) is housed in the McComb Building, which is a historic building in Scarborough. Modernized and inviting, this building provides a welcoming atmosphere for our youngest students. We offer full-day kindergarten, as well as a well-rounded academic program, complemented with visual art, music, French, and physical education classes for all students.
The Junior division (Grades 4-8) operates on the ground level of the main school building. The program focuses on strengthening core subjects (English, mathematics, science) in preparation for high school. In addition, students also study visual art, music, social studies, French, computer, and physical education. The teachers are committed to fostering superior learning and work habits in their students and provide classes that are organized and disciplined. The classrooms are large and well-equipped.
The high school is located on the upper level of the main school building. As a registered and inspected school with the Ministry of Education in Ontario, our students are able to obtain the Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD). The Collegiate offers over sixty courses, mostly at the academic and university or university/college level. Our focus is on the core subjects, but we also offer a wide range of options including three modern languages and classical Greek and Latin. Our graduates have attended and do attend universities across Canada, the United States, Europe, and the Far East. Bi-annually, high school students can participate in a major dramatic production. Students participate in achievement tests and university-sponsored competitions. See Collegiate Handbook for specific details.
When necessary during the past two years, Whitefield has successfully developed an online model to replace in-person learning. Using Google Classroom to facilitate synchronous and asynchronous lessons, our dedicated educators have maintained high behavioural and academic standards.