Welcome to Tawingo College
At Tawingo College, we develop great minds, big hearts, and strong character. Our students consistently look outwards – to others and the world around them. That’s why they achieve both academic success and personal growth during their time at Tawingo College that continues through High School and College/University. Small class sizes allow students to experience enhanced curriculum, greater opportunity to learn important life skills, and the chance to discover their true potential. Explore our website to learn more about Tawingo College or contact our principal Tia Pearse at (705) 789-5890.
Children are happiest, healthiest, and most open to learning when they are outside interacting with nature. Tawingo College K-Pals (ages 3 – 5) spend most of every day outside exploring our incredible 270-acre site. Our small class sizes and inspiring teachers encourage them to be awe-filled, curious, grounded, responsible, secure, creative and connected. We believe Outdoor Kindergarten at Tawingo College is the way to encourage, and celebrate the values, skills, and traits we will so desperately need in the next generation. Find out more.
Why Tawingo College?
Why not? The benefits of attending Tawingo College include our exceptional academics and extend far beyond them, enhancing the lives of students, and their families.
• Outdoor education
• Drama for all students
• Music starting in Kindergarten
• Hot lunches & nutritious snacks
• Extended school hours
• And much more.
Call Tia Pearse to book your tour to see everything Tawingo has to offer.
Our teachers have a true love of learning, a natural curiosity and adore children. Every day they find ways to connect with our students and help them to learn and grow. Small classes allow them to do just that. Our faculty have extensive qualifications and impressive talents that include art and music, coaching and athletics, world travel and community service. They are all passionate about teaching and child-development. Our teachers love what they do and it shows. Find out more about our faculty.
Now Accepting Applications for Admissions for 2019 / 2020
Call Principal Tia Pearse at 705.789.5890 to book your tour!
What Our Parents Say:
As a high school student, my son is doing very well in his academic classes and I credit his Grade 8 year at Tawingo College – the positive influence and the opportunities he was given.
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One reason why we believe in Inquiry based education...to build critical thinkers! ... See MoreSee Less
So true! What are your thoughts?
#TheLearningStation #CatherineMWallace #ListenToYourChildren ... See MoreSee Less
Our Grade 5/6 students built rockets and invited the school community to their launch. Mission control managed to launch all but two! And the rocket rescuers recovered all but the rockets that are waiting for a strong wind to get them out of the trees. Thank you to the parents for coming out to support this annual event. Our students are Engineers in the making! ... See MoreSee Less
Something we have always known...but happy to see that the Public Health Department agrees!This is a great infographic showing common perceptions around unstructured play from the @CanadianPublicHealthAssociation
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Oh I love this! And it’s Canadian too 💓
School may be out for the summer, but we still have so much to celebrate! The last few days of school were so busy! We miss the students already! ... See MoreSee Less
I would be in mourning about now if I were a student at Tawingo! I would hate for school to end...well, I'd just have to back to camp for the summer!!!
Colour Day was an adventure! Beach BBQ turned into an indoor picnic, our school-wide game (Cycles) eventually got rained out, but Tawingo Stock Exchange was a great alternative! Thanks to our students and teachers for being ready for anything and being flexible! Overwhelming advice from our young investors...Buy low and sell high!! ... See MoreSee Less
For 10 years now the students of Tawingo College have assisted the District of Muskoka with Benthic Monitoring of Lake Vernon. Thanks to Jay, from the District, for helping lead us through the counting of invertebrates. Our Grade 5/6 students helped our K-pals with this delicate process! ... See MoreSee Less