Fern Hill Oakville Campus

At Fern Hill Oakville, we believe children should receive a great education, but we also believe they should experience a great environment outside of the classroom. This is why we put resources into building an unparalleled campus.

After opening in 1982 in rented spaces,  Oakville campus was designed by local architect, Gren Weis and opened in 1990 with a 3,252 square metre (35,000 square foot) building on 4-hectares (10 acres) of land. The school is easily accessible from the QEW, 403, 407, Burnhamthorpe Road, and Dundas Street in North Oakville.

Large playing fields, light-filled hallways and original works of art hanging on the walls create an environment that inspires learning and creativity. There is wide-open space where students can burn off energy, shoot hoops, play tennis or soccer and meet with friends during recess.

Floor-to-ceiling windows flood classrooms and hallways with natural light, creating an airy and vibrant learning environment. State-of-the-art facility includes a fully equipped gymnasium, computer lab, library, sciences room, music and art studios, as well as engaging early learning classrooms.