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Dorset Park Milton is a highly sought after area in Milton is most known for its quaint mature community feel. It Consist Of Large lots and natural canopies of trees frame each crescent and cul de sac.  Dorset park Milton has Two streets running through this neighbourhood, Dorset Park  Neighbourhood boasts a hide-away from all of the close amenities.  Residence of Dorset park Neighbourhood area appreciate the peace and quiet . Close to shopping, GO transit, HWYs,  fitness, leisure facilities and more.  Nestled among large trees and unique streetscapes with parks sprinkled throughout, this neighbourhood is a community within itself.
Dorset Park  Milton Area Development:
Late 1970s – Early 1980s
Amenities & Perks:
Catholic French Emersion School
Close proximity to HWYs
Close proximity to shopping
Close to GO Transit
Close to Milton Mall, Power Centre, GoodLife Fitness
Inviting courts and cul de sacs
Parks in Dorest Park Milton
Baldwin Park
Centre Park
Court Park
Fay Court Park
Kinsmen Park
Melanie Park
Schools located in this area:
Robert Baldwin Public School (JK-5)
Ecole Elementaire Catholique Saint-Nicolas (JK-8)
Schools servicing this area:
W.I. Dick Public School (6-8)
St. Peter’s Catholic School (JK-8)
Holy Rosary (JK-8)
Bishop Reding Catholic Secondary School (9-12)

 

 

Dorset Park Milton Homes For Sale

Looking for home in Dorset park? Properties in Dorset Park real estate are surrounded by parks such as Thomson Memorial Park and offer proximity to schools as well as plenty of shops.

 

Harrison Milton Neighbourhood Overview

Harrison milton Neighbourhood situated in the southwest corner of town situated on the Escarpment’s foot allowing many homes in this area to have unobstructed views of the natural and protected Niagara Escarpment. Harrison miltom area will be home to the planned Laurier University Education Campus and Milton Velodrome.  Once the HWY 401 Tremaine Road interchange is complete, this beautiful Escarpment community will be easily accessible.  Great large parks and bike lanes anchor the beautifull harrison milton area. Surrounded by nature and all of the amenities needed for busy life, this is not only Milton’s newest community but also a great one!  Shopping plazas have been built for convenience in this neighbourhood. 

Area Development: Home Builders In Harrison Milton: Amenities & Perks:
2008 – 2013 Mattamy Homes Future Tremaine Roads interchange extension
View of the Niagara Escarpment
Future Home of Milton’s Velodrome
Future Home of Laurier University Education Campus
Shopping plazas
Tennis Courts, Basketball Courts, Splash Pad
Fire Station
 
Parks:

McDougal Park
Optimist Park
Speyer Park
Gastle Park
Nakerville Park
Milton Velodrome (future)

Schools located in this area:

P.L. Robertson Public School (JK-8)
Boyne Public School (JK-8)
Lumen Christi Catholic School (JK-8)

Schools servicing this area:

Milton District (9-12)
Jean Vanier Secondary School (9-12)

 

Harrison Milton Homes For Sale:

Homebuyers can expect to find acres of unspoiled natural areas surrounding Harrison homes for sale. The housing options are predominantly large single-family homes sitting on spacious lots. Semi-detached condos and townhomes are also available and are more affordable for first-time homebuyers. Equipped with all the latest building features and amenities, these lovely residences are sure to please even the pickiest shoppers. What makes Harrison real estate so attractive however, are the views, which are stunning! With lots of community parks within walking distance, an outdoor escape is only a quick stroll away. Students can find a pair of schools within the community in P.L. Robertson Public School and Lumen Christi Catholic School. Other nearby schools include Milton District, Our Lady of Fatima and Bishop Reding Secondary School.if you planning to have next destination in harrison milton, please call me today to discuss more on your needs. I am professional working for many years and know milton real estate very closely.

Dempsey Milton Ontario

Dempsey is Milton’s closest neighbourhood to Major HWYs and GO Transit – this  Area is a highly sought after area by commuters and families on the go.  Dempsey residents enjoy the abundance of amenities at their doorstep including the heart of Milton’s shopping centre, restaurants, the Living Arts Centre,  Milton Leisure Centre, library, movie theatre, parks and more all while maintaining the distinct Milton community feel. 

Dempsey Milton Area Development:
2001 – 2006
Home Buildersin Dempsey Milton Area: 
Milton Heritage
Beaver Hall
Tiffany Homes
Green Park
Coscorp
Conservatory Group
Amenities & Perks:
Great shopping power centre
Restaurants
Library
Living Arts Centre
Lions Gate Park (soccer fields, tennis & basketball courts, baseball diamonds, splash pads, ice hockey)
Walking distance to GO Transit
Close to HWY
Parks:
Lions Sports Park
Sinclair Park
Sprucedale Park
Dempsey Neighbourhood Park
Knight Trail Park
Fitzgerald Park
Schools located in this area:
Chris Hadfield Public School (JK-8)
St. Peter Catholic School (JK-8)
Schools servicing in Dempsey Milton Neighbourhood:
Craig Kielburger Secondary School (9-12)Bishop Reding Ca

 

Dempsey Milton Homes For sale

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Halton District School Board

Halton Catholic District School Board

  • Bishop Reding Catholic Secondary School (9-12)
  • École Élémentaire St. Nicolas (École Francaise) {JK-6}
  • Guardian Angels Catholic School (JK-8)
  • Holy Rosary Catholic School (JK-8)
  • Lumen Christi Catholic School (JK-8)
  • Our Lady of Fatima Elementary School (JK-8)
  • Our Lady of Victory School (JK-8)
  • St. Anthony of Padua Catholic School (JK-8)
  • St. Peter Catholic School (JK-8)
  • Jean Vanier Catholic Secondary School (9-12)
  • Queen of Heaven Catholic Elementary School (JK – 8)
  • St. Benedict’s Catholic Elementary School (JK – 8)

Private schools

  • The Montessori Country School (Casa)
  • Milton Christian School (JK-8)[27]
  • Keswick Sutherland School & Equestrian Center (JK-8)
  • Halton Waldorf School (JK-8)
  • Hitherfield School (PK-8)

 

Parks and recreation In Milton

Milton has many conservation parks, campgrounds and recreational areas. The conservation parks in the Milton area are owned by Conservation Halton, a conservation authority.

View from the Niagara Escarpment near Rattlesnake Point

Lorne Park more than a hundred years old neighbourhood. It consist of larg lots and parcells, you will see the mix oforiginal cottages, as well as builder developments from the 50’s to the 80’s. The newest and probably last home Renovation in Lorne Park is called Watercolours, and was built in the early 2000’s.

Lorne Park offers Multi choice areas and no matter what your style, you will find it here. The more affordable areas are located in the north near the highway and in the south near the train tracks. But if you want to live in Lorne Park Proper, where there is a true mix of old homes and new build estate homes, keep in mind it wont be cheap. Prepare to see prices from $899,000 to over $4.5 million.This Neighbourhood Scores 9/10.

Score Factors

House Characteristics

  • Generally come in 2 story, split level and ranch style
  • Mature, tree lined streets
  • These homes are in high demand because the price point is affordable in Lorne Park
  • Appeal to families and people looking to add their personal touch
  • Average Price range: 700,000 to over 1 million

Pro’s:

  • Lorne Park Offers variety of homes, so there is no cookie-cutter feel here. As you drive from street to street you will see the vast diversity and character of homes.
  • It is mix of renovated and new build homes; the most popular styles being Craftsman and French Country Revival. There are many homes that make a grand statement.
  • If you looking for big lots with more space, Lorne Park delivers; the average lot is larger than other areas of the city, and the home lots tend to be wider than newer developments.
  • Curb appeal is king in Lorne Park, as the majority of homes are very well kept. The maturity of trees and sheer elegance of landscaping cannot be beat.

Con’s:

  • beside from the newest renovated homes as well as Watercolours, many of the homes in Lorne Park are older and need of cosmetic updating to bring them up to modern expectations. If you want move in ready with no cosmetic updating to do, you will definitely pay a premium.

 

Craig Kielburger Secondary School offers a wide range of programs to suit a diverse group of students.  From rigourous academic courses, to Arts and French Immersion, to SHSM & Technical courses such as Baking, Cosmetology, and Auto Shop, to Life Skills and The Community Pathways Program, there is something at CKSS for all 1500+ learners.

CKSS Daily Schedule:
 
Period 1 8:10 a.m. – 9:27 a.m. 
Period 2 9:30 a.m. – 10:44 a.m. 
Period 3 10:47 a.m. – 12:01 p.m. 
Period 4 12:04 p.m. – 1:18 p.m. 
Period 5 1:21 p.m. – 2:35 p.m. 
 
CKSS Mission Statement:
 
Empowering youth.  Serving community.  Striving for full potential.
 
Core Values & Vision:
 

People

  • Celebrating youth and promoting the qualities of respect, diversity, leadership and equity while continually championing active citizenship and social justice

Environment

  • Fostering a safe, collaborative and caring environment wherein all are included and welcomed

Emotional Landscape

  • Advocating for local and global communities, while exalting the joys of learning and laughter and the benefits of humility and self awareness

Excellence

  • Embracing excellence in each and every aspect of school life
 

CKSS Safe Schools Action Team:

 

Dean Lane (Chair), Marsha Simms-Luke, Stephanie Thompson, Matt Miller, Lynne Squires, Lesley Montgomery, Scott Nicholson, and parent & community partners, and students from iRespect and GSA groups.

 

Environmental Commitment:

 

CKSS is an Ontario Silver Certified EcoSchool, and is host to the Green Team: a club for environmentally-minded students who take action on related issues.  Check out science student recommendations for reducing your carbon footprint, by Ramona and Dana.

 

About Craig Kielburger:
 
Craig Kielburger is the founder of WE Charity, formerly Free The Children: the world’s leading youth-driven charity that has inspired an entire generation to stand up and make their voices heard. 
 
The organization provides active citizenship education programs in Canada, the United States and the United Kingdom, reaching 3,500 school groups annually. The organization’s We Schools in Action program fills stadiums with tens of thousands of young leaders who provide more than one million hours of community service every year.
 
The organization has worked in 45 countries providing education, health care, clean water and alternative income programs. Its Adopt a Village development model currently provides holistic, scalable and sustainable child-focused intervention in seven nations. The organization has built in excess of 650 schools and school rooms in developing countries and established more than 30,000 alternative income projects. 
 
Most remarkably, Craig originally started the organization in 1995 at only 12 years of age. 
 
Craig is also the co-founder of Me to We. This social enterprise encourages ethical living and social responsibility, while also ensuring every penny goes to charitable programs. Me to We includes carbon-neutral international volunteer travel programs, leadership camps, a publishing house, a music label, and the largest organic made-in-Canada clothing line.
 
He is a syndicated columnist and New York Times bestselling author, who has written / co-written fifteen books. Craig has a degree in peace and conflict studies from the University of Toronto and is the youngest-ever graduate of the Kellogg-Schulich Executive MBA program. He has received six honourary doctorates, The Roosevelt Freedom Medal, The World Children’s Prize for the Rights of the Child (often called the Children’s Nobel Prize), and is one of the youngest recipients of The Order of Canada. Craig’s work has been featured in multiple appearances on The Oprah Winfrey Show, CNN, 60 Minutes and The Today Show; and in People, Time and The Economist.
 

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