About Us

School History

The school was established in 1915 (on February 26, 1916 was formally opened with six rooms and 120 pupils) and presently serves a population of over 700 students from Junior Kindergarten to grade 8.

School Info

Humbercrest Public School is an urban school in the west end of Toronto which serves a population of over 700 children from JK to grade 8. It is a dual-track French Immersion School, offering English and Early French Immersion Programmes. Humbercrest draws students from a wide catchment area from diverse cultural and economic backgrounds.

We are one of 22 schools in Ward 7 of the Toronto District School Board (TDSB). Learn more about how Humbercrest is involved with Ward 7 and the School Board Trustee.

The school is located south-west of the Jane and Dundas Streets in Toronto. Its municipal address is 14 Saint Marks Road, Toronto, Ontario, M6S 2H7. It is located on a modestly-sized lot of 2.5 acres in a quiet residential area surrounded by small one-way streets.


TDSB School website:  http://www.humbercrestps.ca
Parent Council website:  http://www.humbercrestcouncil.ca
Twitter: @humbercrest
Phone:  (416) 394-2370
Safe Arrival Phone System: (416) 394-2374
Fax:  (416) 394-4498
Email:  [email protected]
Office Hours: 8 am to 4 pm

Principal:  Siminoa Emiliani
Vice-Principal(s):  Dan Smart
Office Staff: Teresa Pasquali, Beverly Magyari
School Advisory Council Chair(s):  Heather Sinclair and Kristen Juschkewitsch
Superintendent: LN22 – Tracy Hayhurst
Trustee: Robin Pilkey