Read about some of our extraordinary girls, learning, teachers and community during the 2018-2019 school year at Crofton House.
Crofton House School is a warm and supportive community that prepares girls to be courageous, creative and engaged citizens, ready for a world of possibility
Crofton House School is a leading independent day school for girls from Junior Kindergarten to Grade 12, where students are inspired to discover and pursue their personal excellence.
As a leader in all-girls' education and a post-secondary preparatory school, our challenging and enriched curriculum is designed to prepare girls to succeed on whatever path they choose.
- At Crofton House, our research-informed approach to education is designed for girls and supports the whole girl in her social, emotional, physical and intellectual development
- Ivy Compass, our signature program, fosters personal growth, leadership and engaged citizenship through real-life experiences inside and outside the classroom, from Junior Kindergarten to Grade 12
- On our beautiful 10-acre campus, in specialized classrooms, gyms, science and design labs, music and art studios, in the outdoors and within the community, girls have countless opportunities to discover themselves and develop a lifelong love of learning
- Our highly skilled and dedicated teachers are experts in teaching girls, and strive to make a positive impact on each student’s life.
Guided by our values of courage, creativity and citizenship, Crofton House girls graduate prepared for their futures, with a strong sense of purpose, confident they can do anything.
Crofton House was founded in 1898 by Dr. Jessie Gordon. Our expertise in teaching girls comes from a long tradition of academic excellence and well-rounded education.
The senior leadership team reports to the Head of School and supports the academic program and overall operation of Crofton House School.
Board of Governors
The CHS Board of Governors is a group of dedicated individuals who volunteer their time and expertise.
In the words of Head Girl Angelina Zhang ’19 in her graduation address, "I hope you find a place where you feel like you belong. I hope you have the chance and the privilege to feel how I've felt with you all." See highlights of the 2018-2019 school year.