Crescent School is a highly supportive organization that is dedicated to excellence and innovation, and the ideal place to build a career.

Working at Crescent

Crescent School is a leading Canadian independent day school for boys in Grades 3 to 12. Our award-winning faculty is committed to research and best-practice approaches to support boys' learning. Our multi-disciplinary administrative staff brings a broad perspective from a wide range of not-for-profit and for-profit industries.

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  • An Ideal Work Environment

    Crescent School is a highly supportive, collaborative work environment that is dedicated to educational excellence and innovation. And we are an excellent place to build a long-term career, as evidenced by our low staff turnover.
  • Fast Facts

    • Total # Faculty & Staff: 150 (90 full- and part-time faculty supported by 60 administrative and facilities staff)
    • Total Student Enrolment: 740
    • Student to Faculty Ratio: 8:1
    • Average class size: 15-20 students
    • % of Faculty with Post-Graduate Degrees: 40
    • Average years of Crescent service for faculty and staff: 7.5
  • Academic Overview

    • Crescent faculty are registered and certified by the Ontario College of Teachers
    • Crescent’s curriculum exceeds the overall and specific expectations of the Ontario Ministry of Education and then enriches each subject level to challenge our students
  • Benefit Highlights

    • Enhanced compensation
    • Broad range of superior benefits
    • OTPP participation; Generous School pension plan for staff and non-certified faculty
    • Actively supported and well-funded professional development programs for individuals and groups
    • Meal plan including morning/afternoon snack and full lunch
    • Opportunities for exciting global travel
  • Character Is Woven Into All We Do.

    At Crescent, each student is celebrated for both his work and work ethic and guided on his journey to becoming a Man of Character. Character building happens in the classroom and in our numerous Character-in-Action co-curricular programs, with our faculty and staff actively engaged in the process.

    Each day, our faculty and staff model what it looks like to lead a values-based life. They forge powerful connections with our boys, making certain each student feels known, cared for and recognized as an individual. They serve as their mentors, establishing a meaningful relationship that is not only a precondition to the boys’ character development but also to their ongoing engagement in learning.
    Here are some examples of how our faculty and staff help shape student character:

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