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This was a learning center that I went to! The staff there were helpful! I made two great friends, and I made some fond memories.

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It would be nice if your office had reception to answer the calls....tried to call 5 times. Plays a loop of an automated message...veeeery unhelpful. People who work 8-530 can't call and inquire about courses when they get off work? That seems silly.

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Staff was great and very helpful. I finally am a high school graduate! Thank you!

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0/10 needs less online submission that's exclusive to yrdsb kids

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Change the pic

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Equao? Who cares about Equao? Anybody can learn something that's drilled into them, hour after hour, day after day.... For what? At the expense of field trips, learning interesting things which matter, etc. Who does this benefit other than the school who wants to push it down the kids throats to show a high mark which is worth rubbish. Further, no staff member has the right to councel our kids on life choices without the parents permission. The problems created from this school over stepping their boundaries have been enormous!! Destroyed Futures are paved with people with good intentions and no information.

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A great high school as are all the high schools in Newmarket. EQAO rated 9/10.

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full of stoners lots of smokers including me but was kicked out other than all of the bad rep the school gets some of the teacher could be a little nicer the principle could me more active with the students the art programs are pretty good the music programs are even better the drama department is pretty good too everything about this school is okay the child and youth workers are good I like the school setting and all.

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The students at this school greatly appreciate and care for the privilege of cafeteria food,the students are also highly against the use of drugs and has a very clean record.

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Full of stoners

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I went to high school here. It looks like junk but great school and good teachers.

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Top school for multiple years within the York region. Great facility's and rules

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Great school, but sketchy

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Nice school

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Good school

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It is fun LOL

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This is a Primary School. It is good. LOL

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The atmosphere was decent but the food was tasteless and bland. The servers kept asking strange things like "Why aren't you in class?" and "Who are you?". I just wanted my alfredo fettucini was that too much to ask!? There were no wine pairings either which made the experience downright horrible

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Top rating school for multiple years in the markham region.

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It's k

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This is a great school. The teaching staff is very professional and cares about the development of children. School provides great communication tools and really keep the parents informed.

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Really awesome i have been here for 3 years and its great

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awesome!!! I was gifted here!!!

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This school is good and helps pupils who are affected with Behavioural or Emotional problems. I was in the Behavioural class, the worst part of my 3 year experience was being restrained and being put in a seclusion room.

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Really love it

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Its a very big school compared to mine. But still I love my school.

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It's a beautiful area. I love it very much.

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Sooooooooooooo cool school!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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(scroll down for TDLR(too long didn't read)) I realize that someone has already wrote an amazing gaming review, but there has been many updates and changes since then. So I decided to write a new review! I will not be talking about any issues that has been covered in Joshua's review. (Multi-player is now mandatory if you haven't already played it (which you should)) Graphics: 9/10 As if the graphics weren't good enough before they added something called ''Glasses", they improve the graphics quality even more, but only for certain players. Gameplay: 6/10 The overall gameplay is great! They have so many different options, and seemingly infinite endings, even though the game doesn't really end, unless you die. Though some characters are really overpowered, and getting back to "glasses" some characters don't need the glasses to have better graphics, which is really annoying when you have to grind to get the money to buy them. And some other players have so buff characters it's not even funny, they're so buff that they intellect even is increased when they work out(some of these characters include Daniel Han, Johann Muthukumaraswamy, Royi Luo and Justin Zhao)! Seriously unfair. And speaking of buffness, the controls are normally great, but really tiring in the gym levels make you really tired. They should make the controls a lot more easier to use. Multi-player: 9/10 The game is now a server in which everybody plays together, which is kinda annoying from the buff people, but otherwise really fun, and it makes grinding less time consuming. Community: 9/10 The creators in the game actually made a chat inside of the game for the community which is really mindblowing! Though on the chat you have to be very careful as it does affect your game, which prevents from spam and trolling. The shipping part of the chat actually adds a bunch of side-quests and mandatory quests, which is kinda annoying but is fun. TDLR: 8/8 m8, don't wanna h8, m8, but it would have been better if it came in a cr8, thought that might be a little to l8, but I had to just couldn't w8 to take the b8 The overall concept of the game is so amazing, but the only concern I have is that it's to inception like.

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Since I have over 200+ hours in this game I have a lot to say. I will classify this into separate categories for easy understanding. Scroll down for TLDR. Graphics: First let's start with graphics, damn, the designers did a fabulous job with this one. Seriously it's predecessor was quite nice but the addition of mirrors and realistic humans is a huge plus. I love the way they have color-blending and the reflections are beautiful. No design flaws whatsoever. Even so, there are many unnecessary sprites and such throughout the game. I wanted more pretty things, might as well use my player's model for everyone since they aren't as good-looking. Quality over quality people. Graphics=8.5/10 Gameplay/Controls: I'll put this all into one big thing, first of all I absolutely hate the gameplay, it's lengthy, full of grinding and farming. Seriously, at the level I'm at, I have to study like forever to complete a quest, and I dislike the fashion that practically ALL the quests are time-based. You have like 2 weeks to finish your science fair. Like god, give me a break with the time levels. Like the way there are small minigames though, like Ultra Shipping Simulator 20xx: The Dark Knight IV™ it's pretty cool how they let the community contribute to the game's overall development. I guess though that it's all preference since there are many people who like the whole grinding aspect of the game. Now to the controls, of course I'm a pc sorta guy so having to play with the controller is a whole new concept to me and then once I got into the game I realised IT'S A GODAMN KINECT GAME. I seriously almost freaked right there. I was about to just get up and get out, like when was the last time someone made a kinect MMORPG. Like wow, but I'm glad I didn't give up because it was one of the best experiences of my life, it has perfect detailed movement. Overall the gameplay is descent but the controls are amazing. Gameplay/Controls=8.2/10 Multiplayer: Oh god, this was crazy. Okay, so what happened here is that I first came into the game thinking it was simply an adventure game, thought wow, the campaign is great, the story is cool, the character you play as is dashingly handsome. Then I realized that there was more, I never could have imagined something so innovative. Underneath the button for campaign single player there's a cute little shiny button with the word multiplayer on it. I didn't think it was possible for a game to think up it's own concept and go ALL THE WAY with it but wow did they do it good. So when you go into multiplayer it's almost like campaign except when doing things you have the option to: stop passing in classes and interact with someone. It's crazy right? So then once you do so, you get this thing called a "friend" don't worry, even with these sci-fi stuff going on they still manage to make it work in the end. So with a "friend" you are able to not work, it's insane, you like just play some pokemon or smth and end up getting terrible marks. haha. ha.. h ha ahah . Multiplayer=9.8/10 Now that we've gotten all the things that make a game a game I'll tell you a couple of the cons of the game. Community: The community is usually a vibrant place to grow, talk and share ideas for the game. Then came the 12 and 13 year olds, like me, who messed up the community and stuff. So ya. rekt lol mlg noscoped. Devs: Devs are ruining the game, the game used to be perfect, then devs ruined it. Developpers? No... I'm talking about Discrete Event System Specification (think of it like a yogurt, just if a yogurt modeled and analyzed discrete event systems) Writers block: Writers block is ruining this review, the review used to be perfect, then Joshua ruined it. Developpers? No... I'm talking about Joshua. He's a poop. (think of it like a yogurt, just if a yogurt was a poop) TLDR: Overall it's a great game, as long as the community gets it's stuff together and stops shipping people. 10/10 would stay up till 1 am again. and again. and again. until i leave this school.

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I haven't been to any other school in my life so I wouldn't know how it stacks up against other schools, but people say that Silver Stream Public School a small place in comparison to many other schools in the area. It is for grades Jr. (Junior) Kindergarten to Grade 8, and the main focuses of this school would probably be Literacy, Math, and French, with Literacy being the most common subject in our timetables, Math occurring almost every day, and French usually occurring on all days but one, but in some rare cases, every day. Most teachers here are kind, and tailor the classroom specifically to our needs. They seem to really care about the students, while still making jokes at our expense when, say, we're not listening to them. But humor will always be at someone's expense, so it may as well be ours'. If anything, the school is a bit short on money, but that could be perhaps because they don't have many fundraising projects, or they don't feel the need to snatch up our money and spend it on improving the school. This may explain why there is a small, some call it puny, playground, which people use regardless of its size. (I do remember when I was in grade one, I watched the school renovate the playground by day.) There wasn't too big of a lot to work with, but they used the space efficiently, possibly meaning smart planning and good potential for future renovation. There are, as of this review, 4 portables in the medium-sized lot of our school, possibly because the number of students wishing to attend this school is growing each year. But don't take it the wrong way. Just because there are lots of students and a small school doesn't mean that it's cramped or short on materials. I feel that if one learns to work with what one has, it's not a problem. Sometimes the laptops get booked by another class when your class needs to use them, but this school also provides a class set of desktop computers in the library, and a modest supply of iPad™s. Special programs at this school include the gifted program, the ESL (English as a Second Language) program, and formerly, the special needs program. When the main teacher of the special needs program resigned, the program was terminated. There are a wide variety of in-school clubs and programs including the Eco Club (or 'Keepers of the Earth' as it was called this year), various fitness teams, and various sports teams. This school has a reputation for having new clubs each year, so I'm not one to speak for all of them. Some lunch programs include, the "Lunch Lady" to, as some would call it, "Kid's Kitchen", which is a brown bag-menu style of lunch delivery. There is also a Subway™ program, with options limited to beef, pork, or vegetarian. This school is considered to be a "Healthy" school, so unlike many other schools I have heard about, the Subway™ orders do not come with the option of ordering cookies. Finally, there is a healthy pizza delivery once a week, usually Friday, courtesy of Little Caesar's™ pizza delivery. To accommodate for our 'Healthy School Policy', the crusts are whole wheat, and topping options are pineapple, cheese, and vegetarian (mushrooms and green pepper). Often, the pizza arrives at room-temperature, with some of the boxes squished by delivery. The sporting equipment here might not be in the best condition, however, this school allows us to bring certain pieces needed to play, such as badminton rackets and basketballs. Lastly, this school has a very positive environment. Students generally encourage each other to do better, and to quote one person's rave, "there aren't any bullies". I write this review in a positive light because I am a student here, and this is my perspective. I write for the students of this school, and am not, by any means, a professional inspector giving the most accurate description of the place. In fact, I am most likely rating this school with positive bias because I haven't ever been to another school, as said earlier, and am quite content with their values and quality. It is my last year here, after all.

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it's pretty good and it is partially gifted. although the yard is kind of small, it's not that bad. also i know the people who rated the school bad and their all pessimists( especially Isaac So )

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Great school offering the gifted program. The teachers and building are very good, but there is bit of an overflow of students since 2014.

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It's a okay school but I really wanted to go to Alex Mack to see my old friends but I made new friends at RGSS

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Right now it's OK.

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The reason this school excelled is because amazing teachers that instruct you how to be ready for life after Highschool. Because of the most of the things they thought me, now I am a straight A student in university. The school also has extensive athletic programs but I can't comment on those since I did not use them. The actual building is new and looks great and students have a lot of resources because the library is connected to the school building. Did I mention that the school is surrounded by a gorgeous park ? I went to 3 highschools and Richmond green was the best. Had the best teachers, looked the nicest and had the friendliest students. The only downside would be the lack of an IB program.

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A Really amazing school

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Water fountain(the one by the north gym) is much improved. Highly recommend!

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ITS MY SCHOOL IM AT SCHOOL RIGHT NOW

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Im trapped in the school send help

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0/10 IGN

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This is my school

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pretty darn good school, the lack of pot-smokers certanly is a plus.

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C'est une bonne école. Mon enfant est en 7e et ses profs sont jeunes, intéressés et dynamiques. Beaucoup de ses travaux sont sous forme de projets multimédia.

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Its fun

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Its iiight... Sometimes

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Ausome

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My grandson needs a secondary school that provides him with everything he needs, Academic and Football. We've done our research and we believe King City Secondary School is the right one for him.

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It's probably one of the best high school ever. Such nice and helpful teacher. A wide diversity of students. One high school worth going to.

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I experienced some first rate first class instructors / teachers here.

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GARBO

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Amazing school. My son's currently attending lss and its really spectacular. He learned so many new things. I don't regret it. My son's gonna go to an amazing university. I really recommend lss! The teachers and the students in general are great.

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I was a student at Langstaff Secondary School from 1987 through 1991 and found the teachers and the staff to be outstanding. The school has since gone through an expansion and renovations and my family live in the neighboring community. A good school that I hope has continued it's tradition of generating students that go on to be successful members of society.

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Its OK i guess even though i have never been here before.

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Good school great staff.

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Laugh out loud funny says time magazine

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very good school

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Very very good

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Best school ever!

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I'm so happy to have graduated.

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Awesome school

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This school is epic

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If you've got Autistic kids or special needs children you should look elsewhere. There is limited support available outside of the standard community classroom and zero motivation to change within the school or YRDSB.

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The building is new, with big, clean playground. Students have good behavior. Good at academic study.

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I rate this school gr8, 8/8 m8. Nice g8. No h8. r00d d00d

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(scroll down for TDLR(too long didn't read)) I realize that someone has already wrote an amazing gaming review, but there has been many updates and changes since then. So I decided to write a new review! I will not be talking about any issues that has been covered in Joshua's review. (Multi-player is now mandatory if you haven't already played it (which you should)) Graphics: 9/10 As if the graphics weren't good enough before they added something called ''Glasses", they improve the graphics quality even more, but only for certain players. Gameplay: 6/10 The overall gameplay is great! They have so many different options, and seemingly infinite endings, even though the game doesn't really end, unless you die. Though some characters are really overpowered, and getting back to "glasses" some characters don't need the glasses to have better graphics, which is really annoying when you have to grind to get the money to buy them. And some other players have so buff characters it's not even funny, they're so buff that they intellect even is increased when they work out(some of these characters include Daniel Han, Johann Muthukumaraswamy, Royi Luo and Justin Zhao)! Seriously unfair. And speaking of buffness, the controls are normally great, but really tiring in the gym levels make you really tired. They should make the controls a lot more easier to use. Multi-player: 9/10 The game is now a server in which everybody plays together, which is kinda annoying from the buff people, but otherwise really fun, and it makes grinding less time consuming. Community: 9/10 The creators in the game actually made a chat inside of the game for the community which is really mindblowing! Though on the chat you have to be very careful as it does affect your game, which prevents from spam and trolling. The shipping part of the chat actually adds a bunch of side-quests and mandatory quests, which is kinda annoying but is fun. TDLR: 8/8 m8, don't wanna h8, m8, but it would have been better if it came in a cr8, thought that might be a little to l8, but I had to just couldn't w8 to take the b8 The overall concept of the game is so amazing, but the only concern I have is that it's to inception like.

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UHS prepared me really well for first year university. Some teachers are challenging, but they were challenging you to help you excel. Gym class was always a blast with Mrs. W - she made you feel comfortable no matter what fitness level you're at. The only thing I didn't like about UHS was their caf food.

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Cool

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I attended this school when it was under the direction of Monsieur Piovesan (late 70s). I could not rate the school more highly; the three years that I was there we learned how to learn, we learned a great deal and we formed life-long friends. What more could you ask for from a school experience?

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Horrible

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c'l'fun

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Quick and easy registration for summer camp.

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Mes parents on voulue que j'aille à le Conseil Scolaire de District Catholique Centre-Sud pour que je puisse vivre ma foi et nos valeurs Catholique en langue Française. Mais le CSDCCS n'a pas était un environnement sécuritaire au quel je me sentais libre d'être moi-même en étant un membre de la communauté LGBTQ*. Dont que la Charte des Droits Humain et le projet de loi 13 au quel à modifier la loi sur l'Éducation me protégé en étant un homme Gai. J'ai voulue mettre en place un espace sécuritaire au quel je pourrais me sentir libre. Quand j'ai voulue mettre des affiches de mon héro Harvey Milk sur les murs d'école, Ils ont était enlever. Je n'avais pas le droit à une chambre de bain neutre. Je n'avais pas d'éducation sexuelle auquel ma mise en risque d'Infections Sexuelle. J'ai enduré l'intimidation verbale, cyber et physique au élémentaire et au secondaire avant et après que je me suis sortis du placard à 15 ans. Le conseil n'a pas agi en étant un intervenant au quel je pouvais faire confiance. My parents had wanted me to go the Conseil Scolaire de District Catholique Centre-Sud so that I could learn my faith and my Catholic values in French. However, the CSDCCS had not been a safe environment for me to feel safe to be myself as a member of the LGBTQ* community. While, there is the Charter of Human Rights and the Bill 13 amendment to the Education Act which protect me as a Gay man. Posters I had put up of my hero Harvey Milk had been taken down. I was not given the right to either a safe space or a gender neutral washroom. I hadn't been given a sexual education and I was put at risk of STBBIS (Sexually Transmitted Blood Born Infections.) I endured verbal, cyber and physical bullying in elementary and secondary school before and after I had come out as a Gay man at the age of 15.

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Overall a really great school! The staff is very nice, and really do teach the students. Some of the teachers may be a bit harder on the students than others, and some teachers play favorites, but it's not that bad.

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As good as other elementary schools

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im at that school

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No AC (except in music hall, science wing, and portables). Way too many portables in the back field. Students are a little too academically obsessed. Great teachers for the most part though, especially if you're in IB.

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Top school with top students. It just needs air conditioning throughout the school! (srsly I'm melting)

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Building needs a facelift (to be more like the new science wing!)

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its pretty good tho the pizza is a piece of crap ripoff becus its from little seizures (caesars) and their wifi does not allow video games wtf but they have a sledding hill and a gifted program

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I haven't been to any other school in my life so I wouldn't know how it stacks up against other schools, but people say that Silver Stream Public School a small place in comparison to many other schools in the area. It is for grades Jr. (Junior) Kindergarten to Grade 8, and the main focuses of this school would probably be Literacy, Math, and French, the curriculum corresponding with YRDSB (York Region District School Board). Most teachers here are kind, and tailor the classroom specifically to our needs. They seem to genuinely care about the students, while still making jokes at our expense when, say, we're not listening to them. But humor will always be at someone's expense, so it may as well be ours'. If anything, the school seems to be short on money, but it should have sufficient funding. Perhaps they aren't using it all too efficiently, as I realize that one year, we had spent $10,000 on 20 or so large boulders to serve as our 'outdoor classroom,' though a few benches in a flat clearing would have done an equally good job. I have never sat through a class in the outdoor classroom since its debut in grade 4. Maybe now they are saving up our money for another 'important' project. As another point, just because there are lots of students and a small school doesn't mean that it's cramped or short on materials. I feel that if one learns to work with what one has, it's not a problem. Sometimes the laptops get booked by another class when they are needed, but this school also provides a class set of desktop computers in the library, and a modest supply of iPad™s. Special programs at this school include the gifted program, the ESL (English as a Second Language) program, and formerly, the special needs program. When the main teacher of the special needs program resigned, the program was terminated. There are a wide variety of in-school clubs and programs including the Eco Club (or 'Keepers of the Earth' as it was called this year), various fitness teams, and various sports teams. This school has a reputation for having new clubs each year, so I'm not one to speak for all of them. Some lunch programs include, the "Lunch Lady", which is a brown bag-menu style of lunch delivery. There is also a Subway™ program, with options limited to beef, pork, or vegetarian. This school is considered to be a "Healthy" school, so unlike other schools I have heard about, the Subway™ orders do not come with the option of ordering cookies. Finally, there is a healthy pizza delivery once a week, usually Friday, courtesy of Little Caesar's™ pizza delivery. To accommodate for our 'Healthy School Policy', the crusts are whole wheat, and topping options are pineapple, cheese, and vegetarian (mushrooms and green pepper). This year, there has been a new Pita Pit™ program with similar ordering options. The sporting equipment here might not be in the best condition, however, this school allows us to bring certain pieces needed to play, such as badminton rackets and basketballs. Lastly, this school has a very positive environment. Students generally encourage each other to do better, and to quote one person's rave, "there aren't any bullies". I write this review in a positive light because I am a student here, and this is my perspective. I haven't ever been to another school for clear comparison, as said earlier, though I am quite content with my experience so far.

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Not bad...lots of stress if you procrastinate, so be careful.

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Very attentive, knowledgeable and communicative staff. Although the building is old, the curriculum, methods and technology being used is up to date.

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Great school - terrible food.

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Yeap

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Answer the damn calls

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This is a great daycare. They are very caring and attentive, my son loves it! They offer home cooked meals and a variety of activities and outings to fill the day. It's a licensed daycare as well so you know you are getting the best level of care available.

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My school

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Interior looks like a prison. Foundation is broken. Heating system is incredibly loud, VERY distracting. School lacks basic clubs and teams. The lounge is in the library, a place where you are not allowed to socialize (This is very stupid). Very basic variety of courses. Also a teacher straight up called me a Nazi once (I swear this is 100% true). All in all, a horrible five years. WOULD NOT RECOMMEND!

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Awesome school+ awesome people+ disgusting cafeteria food

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Very awsome school good experience

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Great school as it is ranked Ontario's top 3rd school

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Too many annoying Persians. School is filled with them and Asians. Teachers are alright. Bad location as its on a hill. The highlight of this school is the caf brownies.

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Langstaff is OK. The teachers are OK, the ppl are OK, and the schoo is OK.

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Best elementary school in Timmins! 30 years old now but still awesome!

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Grade 4-6

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Good Education

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Awesome school+ awesome people+ disgusting cafeteria food

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Quality teachers and good facilities. The current principal is excellent.

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AWESOME SCHOOL!!!!!!!

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Low funding, nothing to do at recess

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ITS NOT A DAYCARE PLACE ITS AN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

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