Toronto is a city with easy access to a diverse arts scene and arts professionals. In fact, Toronto is:
Toronto is considered:
and it’s located in Canada, the world’s friendliest country (Forbes) and the Country with the Best Reputation in the World (Reputation Institute, 2011 Country Rep Track)
The Randolph Academy is located on the southwest border of Toronto’s Annex Neighborhood. Close to the University of Toronto, the Annex features tree-lined, residential streets featuring Victorian and Edwardian homes. The Annex is densely populated and has a thriving cultural scene, with arts venues, music clubs, and cinemas, plus a fitness centre, retail stores and restaurants catering to post-secondary students. The area is easily accessible by public transportation, serviced by Bathurst Street station on the Bloor-Danforth subway line as well as the 511 streetcar line and multiple bus routes.
Toronto is home to three universities, a degree-granting college of art and design, and four colleges of applied arts and technology as well as many private post-secondary institutions. As a result, student housing in Toronto is in very high demand and costs vary.
While the Randolph Academy does not offer a residence building on site, our Director of Student Services assists accepted students with researching housing options. A list of recommended residences is available from the Admissions Department upon acceptance to the college program. Accepted students can also contact the Randolph Academy’s Director of Student Services directly for more information.
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