TFS opened its campus in Mississauga in 1965. Serving students from PK to Grade 7, it houses a wonderfully close-knit community of students, parents and staff.
Admissions to the West Campus
The best way to learn about TFS is to visit us at an open house. For families interested in enrolling their children from Pre-Kindergarten (age 3) to Grade 7, please join us at 1293 Meredith Avenue in Mississauga.
To RSVP for an open house or private tour, please sign up online or contact the Admissions Department at email@example.com or 416-484-6533, ext. 4247.
Our Admissions department, located on our Toronto campus, accepts all applications for the West Campus year-round. For more information please read about our application process.
Visiting TFS’ West Campus
TFS' West Campus is located on Meredith Avenue between Queen Elizabeth Way and Lakeshore Road East, off Cawthra Road. The campus is a five-minute drive from Highway 427 and QEW.
The West Campus follows the same unparalleled curriculum as the Toronto campus, that of France and Ontario taught through the framework established by the IB programs. Meet our West Campus principal and read more about academics at the West Campus.
We educate students from Pre-Kindergarten (PK) to Grade 7. Most of our students continue at the Toronto campus from Grade 8 onwards.
We offer a highly successful Introductory French program for students entering the school from Junior Kindergarten through Grade 7 who have little or no knowledge of French.
Our West Campus offers many opportunities for our students to develop as leaders. Activities include the Grade 2s conducting a toy drive, students leading literature circles with their peers, and Grade 4 students monitoring the school's recycling efforts and reporting back to the community.
Just like their peers at the Toronto campus, the Grade 5 students at the West Campus also lead initiatives inside and outside of the school to promote positive change on the issues they researched for their Primary Years Program (PYP) Exhibit, the culminating project of the PYP years.
Grades 6 and 7 take on greater roles as student leaders in their school community. The Grade 6 Reading Buddies read with a Grade 1 student each week, while the Grade 7 Homework Helpers offer homework guidance to younger students after school.
And every Valentine's Pyjama Day, a Grade 7 student leads a food drive for the Mississauga Food Bank.
No day is complete without co-curricular activities. Based on student interests, these year-long programs can include:
At TFS, we believe in the purposeful integration of technology into our teaching and learning. We want to ensure that our students are not only technologically savvy, but benefit from the ways that technology can support learning and empower creativity.
The ratio of computers to students is 2:1
50 shared iPads, along with the one-to-one program in Grade 5
3D printers are used in the science lab
Interactive whiteboards in every classroom
A dedicated digital media lab for curricular and co-curricular activities
Assistive technology accommodations supported by resource and technology integration teachers
Learning Forum space bringing together the library with technology and learning strategy support
As part of our commitment to environmental sustainability, TFS encourages carpooling. The school offers a web-based service to assist parents to coordinate car pools to and from both campuses. This secure, third-party system provides matches between TFS families with similar travel requirements.