The Crescent School

The Crescent School

The Crescent School

Date Founded



2365 Bayview Avenue,Toronto, ON M2L 1A2

Charitable Causes

Childhood Education

Company Description

Crescent School is an independent elementary and secondary boys school in Toronto, Canada. It teaches boys from Grades 3 to 12. Established in 1913 by John William James, the school was situated in several locations in its early years. In 1933, Susan Denton Massey, the aunt of Governor General Vincent Massey, gifted land to the school, making its expansion possible.Today, Crescent School is located in midtown Toronto, between Lawrence Park and the Bridle Path, operating under the Advanced Placement program with a reputation as a leader in boys' education.

Executives & Employees

Executive Director, External Relations

Head of School

Scheduling & Events Coordinator

Director of Advancement

Director, Enrolment & Financial Aid

Advancement Services & Database Coordinator

Assistant Director, Enrolment & Financial Aid

Manager, Alumni Relations

Manager, Major Gifts & Stewardship

Advancement Services & Database Manager

Board of Directors

President, Chief Executive Officer & Director at First Asset Investment Grade Bond ETF

General Manager at Raymond James Ltd. (Broker)

Distinguished Alumni
Evan Solomon is now Columnist at The Globe & Mail, Inc.
Andrew Day is now President & Chief Executive Officer at Multi Dimension Capital
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Non-Profit Donations & Grants Received
$100K +
$1,000 - $4,999
$100K +
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