As a Catholic community the Gospel teachings are at the heart of what we do every day. We strive to provide an environment focusing on self-worth, self-discipline and respect among all stakeholders in our community while helping your children achieve their potentials.
As originally published by Pope Francis Catholic School
The neighbourhood takes its name from Trinity Bellwoods Park, built around the former Garrison Creek ravine. This park was the original site of Trinity College, one of the colleges that now make up the University of Toronto. Today the only remaining artifacts of the school are its restored gates at the south end of the park. By 1900, the college and its picturesque surroundings attracted residential development. Most of the surrounding streets were filled in with tall, narrow houses of the Bay-and-Gable or Gothic Revival style characteristic of much of Toronto's housing stock from that era. A number of fine homes from the period are scattered throughout the neighborhood.View Neighbourhood