Welcome to Vincent Massey Academy!
We are so happy to hear that you are interested in learning more about us. Our website has been designed to help families like you make an educated decision about your child's education journey. We hope to answer any questions you may have as you take a look through our website!
Established in 1985, Vincent Massey Academy (VMA) has developed a long standing reputation in the community for excellence in early education. A staple in West Toronto for over 30 years, VMA offers students a Reggio-inspired environment where everyday programs challenge them to test their assumptions and explore their curiosity as we open doors to exploration and inquiry.
VMA is located 5 minutes south of the Q.E.W and just one block north of the Lakeshore. Our Early Years Program offers programs to children of Infant, Toddler and Pre-Kindergarten ages at both our Daisy and Franklin Horner Campus and our Day School Program offers programs to children in Kindergarten to Grade 3 at our Daisy Campus. Regardless of age, VMA ensures that students start their education off in an engaging, supportive, and passionate learning environment.
Vincent Massey Academy Day School
We are so happy to hear you interested in learning more about our Day School! Our Day School Program offers programs starting in Kindergarten and Grade 1, 2 and 3. Our Reggio-inspired program offers young minds a space to discover and explore their individual potentials through a balanced education. Tours can be arranged throughout the school year to see if VMA is the right fit for you and your family.
We are accepting applications for Kindergarten and Grades 1, 2 and 3 for September 2022. Email email@example.com for more information.
Why Reggio Emilia?
Vincent Massey Academy is a Reggio-inspired school and using this philosophy throughout all of our programs starting in infancy. The cornerstone of the Reggio Emilia approach is its construct of a young child as strong, capable, resilient, and rich with wonder and knowledge.
This philosophy understands that students enter the learning environment with a wide range of experiences and ideas that help to frame their future learning. In this approach, students are viewed as having a hundred languages in which to express themselves and it is the responsibility of the educators to observe the learning and expression of each student.