North Toronto Christian School is a co-educational, interdenominational Christian elementary and high school (Junior Kindergarten to Grade 12). NTCS is not affiliated with any specific church or denomination. Traditional Christian values are promoted and integrated into the arts, sciences, and all additional aspects of the school program. Read more!
Apple 2014/2015 School Year Begins We'll see everyone
this Tuesday for the first day of school! Remember that, throughout the upcoming year, the Calendar page will be kept up-to-date with all school events, trips, and holidays. We look forward to a great year!
Camp Ke-Mon-Oya Camp Ke-Mon-Oya Summer 2014 We had an awesome summer up at camp this year, and it was incredible to see God working in the lives of the campers and counsellors! Visit our website to view photos from this summer, and don't forget to "like" us on our Facebook page.
Swimmer Swimming Registration Schedules and registration forms for the fall 2014 session of swimming lessons and certification courses can now be found on the Aquatics Registration page.
Facebook NTCS on Facebook North Toronto Christian School can be found on Facebook! Make sure to "like" us on our official Facebook page to receive regular updates, to view photo albums, and to connect with other students and families.
Elementary Student

Contact Us


Your questions, comments, suggestions, thoughts, concerns, and requests are all welcomed! We would love to have you contact us.

Children at Recess

Online Uniform Store


R. J. McCarthy, the uniform supplier for NTCS, allows you to order your uniform directly or to find the location closest to you from their website.

Middle School Students

Online Textbook Store


Academic Book Services, the school's book supplier, allows high school students to order all their textbooks for the upcoming school year from their website.

Senior Music

Downloads


Looking for updated student applications, course descriptions, supply lists, or other downloads? Find them here. Looking for NTCS's monthly newsletter? Find it here.