Burrows Hall Junior Public School opened in 1974 and moved to the present building in 1975. The school receives its name from a community meeting hall which stood in the Malvern area until the 1950's, serving as the meeting place for Scarborough Council. The name is appropriate, as Burrows Hall Jr. P.S. is a meeting place for 265 students from many cultural backgrounds. The staff at Burrows Hall Junior Public School is proud of the school's culture of inclusiveness and respect. In partnership with the community, we strive to provide students with appropriate skills and attitudes needed to enable them to meet the challenges of a rapidly changing world.
Our Code of Conduct follows Toronto District School Board guidelines and is based on the expectation that students, staff and parents will demonstrate appropriate respect for self, others, property, learning and the environment.