Cooksville - The Village

The Village of Cooksville was established around 1809 it become home to Canada’s first commercial winery then suffered a devastating fire and then rose from the ashes to become the centre of politics in Toronto Township. Now, Cooksville is a vibrant family neighbourhood with excellent schools, great parks and community centres. Cooksville is sought out as the place for a family to put down roots.

The homes in the area range in style and design, there are condos in the Cooksville area that are on average 20-45 years in age.  There are also post war bungalows which are also older homes, but are wonderful for renovation projects or investors who are seeking to build there own custom home due to the land available. For those seeking the exclusive prestigious homes they are located in the Gordon Woods area, the neighbourhood is similar to that of Mississauga Road with the larger homes



Public and Seperate Schools in Cooksville Community

School Names Grades Type Location
Munden Park Public School K – 5 Public 515 Tedwyn Drive
Clifton Public School K – 5 Public 2389 Cliff Road
Cashmere Avenue Public School K – 6 Public 2455 Cashmere Ave
Floradale Public School K – 6 Public 210 Paisley Blvd W
Camilla Road Sr. Public School 6 – 8 Public 201 Cherry Post Drive
TL Kennedy Secondary School 9 – 12 Public 3100 Hurontario Street
Father Daniel Zanon K – 8 Seperate 450 Hillcrest Avenue
Mary Fix Catholic K – 8 Seperate 486 Paisley Boulevard West
St. Catherine of Siena K – 8 Seperate 2350 Hurontario Street South
St. Timothy K – 8 Seperate 2214 Cliff Road
Father Michael Goetz Secondary School 9 – 12 Seperate 330 Central Parkway West
St. Martin Secondary School 9 – 12 Seperate 2470 Rosemary Drive
St. Paul Secondary School 9 – 12 Seperate 815 Atwater Avenue

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