ABOUT SUBWAY ACADEMY ONE
Subway Academy One is host to Toronto’s most interesting and talented turn-it-around students. Our small school community is a true reflection of how worldviews collide and unite in large urban centers. The student success program accommodates those who have become disenchanted with school but desire to learn. Many of our students require a flexible learning style and an environment that removes common practices in traditional institutions. We focus on working with the individual and their needs helping support and facilitate challenges in life.
The rigorous academic and creative programming at Subway focuses on all future paths. Our select interest courses span learning throughout a wide-range of disciplines that acknowledge the needs of the twenty-first century student. Our young people have an interest in global struggles and often encourage human rights awareness to be a part of the daily learning and curriculum. We offer a host of clubs, field trips, community development opportunities, leadership initiatives, career development and planning for your future.
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(416) 393-9466 ext. 20040
Subway Academy One works with students who have responsibilities outside of school and are working to get on track and complete their high school diploma. Classes run five times a week for 75 minutes each. Students are required to attend their classes and call or email their teachers when absent.
Our breakfast program nourishes students, promotes healthy minds and models healthy living. We have access to social work support to provide resources and counseling.
The staff at Subway Academy One is not your average run of the mill group of teachers. They come to work with interesting qualities and life experience that make the classroom and school environment a dynamic place to learn. A former chef, a chess enthusiast, a marketing guru, a painter, musicians, artists, runners, foodies, human rights activists, a yoga instructor, varsity athletes, and world travelers. They are dedicated to ensuring a great education for students who don't enjoy or adapt to traditional school settings and need support during difficult times. The staff collaborate and explore experiential models of teaching and learning to make their work more fulfilling and the student experience more unique.
(left to right) David Fletcher, Meg Logue-Malone, Annie Yuk, Jeremy Schneider, Stephanie Signorile, Calvin Lim, Cathie Hong-Louie, John Laufer, Karen Paul, Bonnie Whitehall & Emily Wadsworth