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    The Dragon At Kandalore

    Finding a camp that’s the right fit has many of the same challenges as finding the school that fits. Dragons are thinkers, they want to understand why they’re being asked to do something. They’re smart, they can handle it. They’re creative, they want room for that creativity in everything they do. They’re individualists, they want […]



    Dragon’s brilliant teachers foster creativity, freedom of thought and expression, collaboration and commitment to social justice, in classes of 4 to 15 students. Talk about inclusive discussion and individualized learning. (Read more)


    Out and About

    Toronto is a cultural treasure trove. Dragons leave the classroom for experiences from TIFF to the U of T Planetarium. (Read more)


    Breathing Fire

    Dragon’s Breathing Fire series showcases the work of emerging writers, artists and musicians through performances open to the public. (Read more)


    Science in Action

    Dragons understand scientific inquiry and active citizenship. Dragon collaborates with OISE and York U faculty on student-driven, research-based actions addressing science and technology. (Read more)


    Student Model UN

    Dragons shine at SSUNS, engaging with political, economic and environmental issues of critical global importance. (Read more)


    Team Building

    Dragons head for Camp each fall and engage in social action to challenge and support each other. (Read more)


Daily Rap by Principal Meg Fox

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Many interviews with writers come round to asking about their writing routines. When do you write? What is your process? What kind of tea do you drink? As the writers expound, it all sounds quite enviable. My own routine is nothing so settled or, I fear, productive, but I am certainly having a fine if […]

Screen Free Week

The Dragon Academy is saying goodbye to modern technology for Screen Free Week from February 23rd to 27th. There are several field trips planned as well as special activities organized for class. All students please leave your, ipads, ipods, laptops, cellphone, electronic games, etc for this much anticipated celebration of analogue culture. Who needs an laptop […]


Sarah Waters rocketed over the event horizon with her genre-bending historical novels set in the Victorian era Fingersmith, Tipping the Velvet, Affinity), then moved in the 1940s with The Night Watch and The Little Stranger. In The Paying Guests, she once again uses meticulous research as a key to unlock the past (here 1920s London), […]