Cooksville | A Family-Friendly Community
The Village of Cooksville is a community rich in historical character. First established around 1809 it become the centre of an early entrepreneurial empire, home to Canada’s first commercial winery then suffered a devastating fire and then rose from the ashes to become the centre of politics in Toronto Township. Today’s Cooksville is a vibrant family neighbourhood where neighbours are out and about, young families play on the sidewalks and the sense of community flourishes. With excellent schools, both public and separate, great parks and community centres, Cooksville is sought out as the place for a family to put down roots. Centrally located with amazing access to major highways, commuting within the city or into Toronto is a breeze.
Think established families who are interested in knowing who their neighbours are and are looking forward to meeting the ‘new folks’ on the block.
Families who aren’t afraid of a little bit of renovation work on a house and are looking for a larger yard for a pool or beautiful outdoor space for decks, gardens and backyard barbeques.
Neighbourhood get togethers, carpooling to kids activities, enjoying the areas parks and walking trails. Heading out of town? No problem, your neighbour has you covered looking after your mail, newpapers and lawn watering.
Those looking for large square footage newly built homes with little or no yard maintenance.
Bungalows mainly dot the landscape as well as some backsplit and two stories, with a few updated homes here and there. The majority of properties are detached homes with a few townhome complexes available and occasional apartment buildings in the surrounding areas.
An “old school” neighbourhood where kids ride their bikes and neighbours know each other’s names. Centrally located, commute with ease with the Cooksville GO and QEW bordering to the south.
|School Name||Grades||Type||Programs||Website||Fraser Ranking||Address|
|Clifton Public School||JK - 5||Public||N/A||Clifton PS Website||N/A||2389 Cliff Road|
|Munden Park Public School||JK - 5||Public||N/A||Munden Park PS Website||N/A||515 Tedwyn Drive|
|Cashmere Avenue Public School||JK - 6||Public||N/A||Cashmere Avenue PS Website||4.3||2455 Cashmere Ave|
|Floradale Public School||JK - 6||Public||N/A||Floradale PS Website||6.9||210 Paisley Blvd. W.|
|Camilla Road Sr. Public School||6 - 8||Public||N/A||Camilla Road Sr. PS Website||N/A||201 Cherry Post Drive|
|TL Kennedy Secondary School||9 - 12||Public||N/A||TL Kennedy SS Website||4.8||3100 Hurontario Street|
|Father Daniel Zanon||K - 8||Separate||N/A||Father Daniel Zanon Website||5.8||450 Hillcrest Avenue|
|Mary Fix Catholic||K - 8||Separate||N/A||Mary Fix Catholic Website||5.1||486 Paisley Boulevard West|
|St. Catherine of Siena||K - 8||Separate||N/A||St. Catherine of Siena Website||7.1||2350 Hurontario Street South|
|St. Timothy Separate School||K - 8||Separate||N/A||St. Timothy Website||7.9||2214 Cliff Road|
|Metropolitan Andrei Catholic||K - 8||Separate||N/A||Metropolitan Andrei Catholic Website||5.1||515 Mississauga Valley Blvd|
|Father Michael Goetz Secondary School||9 - 12||Separate||N/A||Father Michael Goetz SS Website||6.3||330 Central Parkway West|
|St. Martin Secondary School||9 - 12||Separate||N/A||St. Martin SS Website||6.9||2470 Rosemary Drive|
|St. Paul Secondary School||9 - 12||Separate||N/A||St. Paul Website||6.5||815 Atwater Avenue|