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Where Boys Belong

Welcome to The Sterling Hall School

We have created an environment where boys have a sense of acceptance and belonging that gives them the confidence and security they need to take risks, try new things, be themselves and reach for their potential in all their endeavours. 

Rick Parsons


To inspire and empower each boy through his formative years.


To deliver the leading foundational education experience in the GTA for JK–8 boys and their families.

Sterling Core Values

Our three core values of learning, character and community foster a sense of belonging to propel each boy’s academic, social and emotional development.

Land Acknowledgement

We meet, learn, play and are nourished today on land within the Treaty Lands and Territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation, as well as the traditional territory of the Huron-Wendat and Haudenosaunee Peoples. These lands are specifically referred to in the Toronto Purchase Treaty No. 13 of 1805 and in the Government of Canada 2010 settlement with the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation. 

As an educational community, we acknowledge the long-term effects of colonized education and the role settler education communities have played in erasing accurate Indigenous/settler histories.

In alliance with the Truth and Reconciliation Committee’s 2015 Calls to Action, we at SHS name our intent and commitment as a school community to better understand and communicate accurate shared histories and Indigenous Knowledge.