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Brown Junior Public School


Brown Junior Public School is situated on Avenue Road just south of St. Clair Avenue. First constructed in 1910, the original building was replaced with a new facility in 1972. Brown celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2010. For over a century, our school has had a tradition of strong academic achievement and close relationships with our families and community. Our team of dedicated teachers and support staff members bring their unique talents to our classrooms, and to our many co-curricular  and extra-curricular activities. Each child is encouraged to strive for academic excellence and, at the same time, to pursue their interests or talents in the arts, in athletics, and through our many humanitarian efforts.

Brown has approximately 610 students (JK to Grade 6), and is a dual track school offering programs in both English and French Immersion. Full Day Kindergarten began in September 2013.  A Community Centre is housed within the school (for after-school and weekend recreational activities), and our students have access to the swimming pool so they can participate in a weekly swim program, as well as several swim teams.  We also have a wonderful partnership with Unicorn Daycare, which provides before and after care to children who are registered at our school.

Our Mission
To enable all students to reach high levels of achievement and well-being
and to acquire the knowledge, skills
and values they need to become responsible, contributing members of
a democratic and sustainable society.
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