Toronto Schools
Agincourt North

In this School Guide, you'll find out more about the schools children in this neighbourhood can attend, including public, Catholic, and private schools.

Agincourt North is located in Agincourt which is a neighbourhood and former village, once referred to as "hero town" by the citizens that lived there. The village of Agincourt was officially founded with the establishment of the Agincourt post office, opened in June 1858 by John Hill. The settlement was named after the site of Henry V's decisive English victory over French forces in 1415. Agincourt has one of the largest Asian communities in Toronto, visible in the signage of the many shopping malls that proliferate in the neighbourhood. The East Indian and Indo Pakistani community are also well established in Agincourt.

Agincourt North Schools

Agincourt North has great elementary schools, great secondary schools, elementary special programs, and secondary special programs. There are 11 public schools, 7 Catholic schools, 2 private schools, and 1 alternative/special school serving Agincourt North. The special programs offered at local schools include Advanced Placement, French Immersion, Fine Arts, International Baccalaureate, and Gifted/Talented Program.

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