Real Estate listings near Newtonbrook Secondary School

Newtonbrook Secondary School is a high school for students in Grades 9 to 12 in the Newtonbrook neighbourhood in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It was part of the North York Board of Education until the Toronto school boards were amalgamated in the late 1990s. Opened in 1964 by the then North York Board of Education to provide a closer school for the area (formerly served by Earl Haig Secondary School to the south). It is considered to be one of the more sports-oriented high schools in the Toronto District School Board. Some of the athletics offered are: Canadian football, rugby, basketball, soccer, track, ultimate, volleyball, baseball, softball, cheer leading, dance team, water polo, cross-country running, swimming, skiing and snowboarding, tennis, golf, and cricket. Some elective academic programmes offered are: French immersion programme, fashion design, dance, music and a thorough computers science program. The sports field is used by Toronto City Saints rugby team of the Canada Rugby League. In 2009, the independent, Toronto-centric movie Victoria Day (film) was filmed at the school. Protagonist Ben Spektor is a student at Newtonbrook Secondary School in 1988.