Kingsway College School is a Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 8 co-ed independent school, known as 'the little gem in the heart of Etobicoke'.

When you walk through our doors, you immediately feel a tremendous sense of warmth and community. Students are cared for and encouraged to become leaders in all aspects of their lives. Our supportive team of teachers and staff ensure that each student is challenged, mentored and motivated, to help them reach their fullest potential.

At KCS, we provide small class sizes, where students learn the habits that matter most for success in life. Our Four Doors to Learning program inspires our students to grow in the areas of academics, arts, athletics, and citizenship. And through it all, we instill our three school rules: Respect, Manners and Try Your Best.

Visit us and feel the difference a KCS education makes.

Despite being fairly new to the school, KCS truly knows our children. The staff members and fellow students greet them by name and with kindness and respect each and every day. Their teachers put tremendous effort into identifying and understanding their strengths as well as areas requiring increased focus. This creates a customized learning environment in which we see our son and daughter flourishing; not only with respect to traditional academics but also in their confidence and other areas of personal growth. KCS is truly an all-inclusive community where students, staff, and parents are warmly welcomed and engaged. We are excited to bear witness to what our children will achieve while being part of this special place.

— KCS Parents, Class of 2022 & Class of 2024
20 things you need to know about KCS:
  1. Programming based on the strengths and needs of each child
  2. Small class sizes – never more than 21 students in a class
  3. Regular, direct contact with teachers
  4. Before and after school integrated care based on our Four Doors to Learning program
  5. Specialist teachers in math, science, art, physical education, French, music, drama, and information technology
  6. A Director of Student Life to support student wellness
  7. Four dedicated Learning Strategies teachers
  8. A Citizenship coordinator and formal leadership program
  9. An Artists in Residence program
  10. Over 40 clubs and teams run by our teachers each term
  11. Electives for grade 6, 7, & 8 students
  12. Computer Coding, 3D printing and Maker activities
  13. A large, multi-use Science Lab
  14. An Art Studio
  15. Two dedicated French rooms
  16. Two gymnasiums
  17. Two music rooms
  18. A 30 foot Living Wall
  19. An award-winning Outdoor Classroom
  20. A true community school