Private Schools

CADDAC does not, in any way, endorse these private schools, nor do we support or promote their programs.

This is simply a list of schools that have been researched and state that they except students with learning differences and in particular, ADHD.

Some offer a variety of specialized programs, but others do not. Parents should expect to research these facilities and ask for references and referrals.

Use this link to access the website, “Our Kids” – Private Schools, for a list of 65 schools, stating that they support students with ADHD.

http://www.ourkids.net/adhd-schools.php

Otherwise, here is a list we have collected:

ALBERTA

Calgary
Foothills Academy

745 37th Street N.W.
Calgary, Alberta T2N 4T1
Tel: 403-270-9400
Fax: 403-270-9438
Email: info@foothillsacademy.org 
Website: http://www.foothillsacademy.org

ONTARIO

Burlington
Pine School
2121 Caroline Street
Burlington, ON
L7R 1L7
Tel: 905-637-9285

Toronto
The YMCA Academy
15 Breadalbane Street – 3rd Floor
Toronto, ON M4Y 1C2
Tel: 416-928-0124
Fax: 416-928-0212
Email: info@ymcaacademy.org
Website: http://www.ymcaacademy.org

Oak Learners
Oak Learners is a not-for-profit alternative school and learning centre, providing full and part time alternative day school programming as well as a variety of after-school programming and day camps on all PA Days and school breaks.
Tel: 416-820-5233
Email: info@oaklearners.ca
Website: www.oaklearners.ca
Address: 394 Royal York Rd, Etobicoke, ON

Barrie
Riverdale Private Academy
Specializes in students with learning disabilities and/or ADHD and those who are having other troubles in the traditional school environment.
Accepts students of all ages. Primary instruction taken from bible.
Riverdale operates as a non-profit organization
Located in Barrie, Ontario
Website: www.riverdaleschool.org
Email: info@riverdaleschool.org
Phone: 705-734-8648

Oakville
Chisholm Academy
1484 Cornwall Road
Oakville, ON L6J 7W5
T: 905-844-3240
F: 905-844-7321
Website: is www.chisholmacademy.com
High school for students with learning difficulties (12 students per class, IEP for every student, Smart Boards in every classroom, multi-disciplinary staff) and psychology department (psychoeducational assessments for all ages; reports are recognized and endorsed by local school boards and local colleges).

NOVA SCOTIA

Wolfville
Landmark East School
708 Main Street
Wolfville, Nova Scotia B4P 1G4
Tel: 902-542-1392
Fax: 902-542-4147
Website: www.landmarkeast.org