Portage Trail Community School is a JK to Grade 8 school, which opened on September 7, 1999. It is named for its proximity to an old portage point on the Humber River.
Our school is located in a new subdivision just off Weston Road near Jane Street in the former City of York. The almost 600 children who attend Portage Trail are from diverse cultures, races and ethnic backgrounds, who require English as a Second Language support. In 2003, we implemented school uniforms under the direction and organization of our School Advisory Council and the students wear their uniforms (white shirts with school crest and black pants, skirts or shorts) with great pride.
As originally published by Portage Trail Community School
Primarily located along Eglinton Avenue between the Humber River and the Kitchener commuter rail line, the Mount Dennis neighbourhood was best known for Kodak Heights, once a major film manufacturing facility owned and operated by the Eastman Kodak Company. The area is a classic example of Toronto's diversity, with dozens of ethnic groups represented. The area contains a mix of duplexes, semi-detached and detached homes in addition to multi-level apartment buildings.View Neighbourhood