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Richmond Hill Neighbourhoods

Oak Ridges, Mill Pond, Heritage Estates, Yonge Street, Bayview Hill, East Beaver Creek, Jefferson

Oak Ridges is an unincorporated community to the north of Richmond Hill's downtown and south of Aurora. It is largely residential, with most commercial development located along Yonge Street. Located about 16.5 km north of Toronto and has a population of approximately 20,000 people.

Southern Richmond Hill is home to the town's and industrial region housing most of the town's hotels, as well as the main commercial area of the town's Chinese community. The northern part of town is considered to be Old Richmond Hill as it is a historical area. Central Richmond Hill is a very commercial area, housing multiple malls, plazas and entertainment buildings, such as theatres and restaurants. The northernmost part of the town is mostly farm land, though it is slowly being developed.

During the 1990s, Chinese immigrants primarily from Hong Kong moved to Richmond Hill, where they set up businesses and shops catering to the community. Many shops and restaurants were established in suburban-style shopping malls and plazas, such as Times Square, along a stretch of Highway 7 between Bayview Avenue and Leslie Street.

 

Primary and secondary schools

The York Region District School Board operates 25 public elementary schools in Richmond Hill, with 5 additional elementary schools in the planning stage. It also operates 5 secondary schools in Richmond Hill: Alexander Mackenzie High School, Bayview Secondary School, Langstaff Secondary School, Richmond Green Secondary School and Richmond Hill High School. Students in schools in the York Region District School Board have scored above the provincial average on the Assessment of Reading, Writing and Mathematics, Primary Division (Grades 1–3) and Junior Division (Grades 4–6) since their introduction in 2002. The board's students in academic math streams have performed above the provincial average on the Grade 9 Assessment of Mathematics every year since its inception in 2002, while those in applied math streams were below the provincial average in 2002-2005, and above the provincial average from 2005-2007.

The York Catholic District School Board operates 13 Catholic elementary schools in Richmond Hill. It also operates two Catholic secondary schools, St. Theresa of Lisieux Catholic High School and Jean Vanier Catholic High School.

There are also three private primary schools located in Richmond Hill and four private secondary schools, including Holy Trinity School, Discovery Academy, Toronto Montessori Schools, and Richmond Hill Montessori School.

Post-secondary education services are provided to the residents of Richmond Hill by several post-secondary educational institutions in Toronto, some of which have satellite campuses in nearby communities.

K-12 (Elementary/High School)

- English (Writing, Reading, Grammar, ESL)
- Math (Calculus, Data Management, Adv. Functions)
- Science (Physics, Biology, Chemistry)
- Geography, History, Law
- French Immersion
- Study Skills (Organiziation, time management)




University/College

- Accounting, Finance, Economics
- Math (Calculus, Algebra), Statistics
- Dynamics, Fluid Mechanics, Heat Transfer
- Psychology, Philosophy, Social Studies
- Chemistry, Biology, Physics
Music Lessons

- Piano, Guitar, Violin, Strings
- Music notes, theory
- RCM Exam preparation

Others

- TOFEL, IELTS, SAT, MCAT, GMAT
- AutoCAD, Solidworks, Inventor
- C, Java, Pathon, MS Office