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Graydon Hall

Graydon Hall
Neighbourhood
Coordinates:
Country  Canada
Province  Ontario
City Toronto
Area
 • Total 0.981 km2 (0.379 sq mi)

Graydon or sometimes referred to as Graydon Hall is located in the city of Toronto, a neighbourhood located just south of Ontario Highway 401, West of a nearby neighborhood called Parkwoods, North of York Mills Road and west of the Don Valley Parkway.

The neighborhood is built up on hillside terrains and is home to the Donalda Golf course. In the North East quadrant of the neighborhood is the area known as Parkwoods.

Graydon Hall is known for its Graydon Hall Manor, a historic boutique conference and reception facility.

Schools

There are 2 public schools in Graydon Hall.

  • Rene Gordon Elementary School is a elementary school with grades from JK to 5, in the Toronto District School Board under the jurisdiction of the former North York Board of Education. The current school principal is Mr. Jeff Little. The school is located on Karen Road. The school currently has about 500 students. Most of the students go to Donview Middle Health and Wellness Academy after graduating from Grade 5. Rene Gordon Elementary School was once called Karen Public School, when it first opened in 1963.
  • George S Henry Academy is a vice principal are Suzan Joueid and Timothy Ward.

References

External links

  • https://www.google.ca/maps/place/Graydon+Hall,+Toronto,+ON/@43.7621835,-79.3423389,16z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m2!3m1!1s0x89d4d28eea70f57b:0x7b23f6246312506d
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