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Salad Club

Halloween at Inglenook

Naruto Club

Did someone say "Mac & Cheese"?

​Inglenook thrives on success through holistic learning and community! ​

Graduation, Class of 2018. Woo hoo!


"At Inglenook, you don't feel like you are part of the cookie cutter process."

"I think what makes Inglenook so special is that it works so hard to make a community."

"Inglenook really prepared me for university."


Student Council
Breakfast Club
Breakfast Program
Talking Circle Club

Gallery Club
Friends of the Nook

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Student Body:

15-20 years old
Grades 10 to 12
4 day academic week
1/2 day outreach program
liberal arts focus, class-based program
Academic, Applied, Mixed, Open, College, and University
80 students

Program Highlights:

  • Programming for university and college bound students
  • Unique Reach community program on Wednesdays
  • Visual arts focused programming
  • Credit Recovery
  • Wifi-notebooks
  • Using the city as a classroom through field trips
  • Multi-disciplinary approach
  • Semestered programming

Halloween Spooky Cookie Design

Timetable Structure:

4 periods a day
3 periods are 65 minutes
1 period is 130 minutes​
School starts at 9:00 a.m.
School ends at 3:25 p.m.
Late start every Wednesday


Curriculum Leader:  Rob Rennick
416-393-0560 ext. 20010

Special Events:

Forty years of community, compassion and creativity
Student talent coffee night
Parent potluck
Culture Day Field Trip
Special "theme lunches"