Tredway Woodsworth Public School is located in Toronto East and is named after a prominent Scarborough pioneer who exemplified leadership in the community. The school opened in September 1956 with ten classrooms and one Kindergarten room. Currently, our two-storey school accommodates 35 classes, in 33 classrooms and serves a student population representing a rich diversity of cultural backgrounds. William Tredway and JS Woodsworth combined in 2015 to become Tredway Woodsworth Public School.
Tredway Woodsworth is a dual-track school, offering instruction in English from Junior Kindergarten to Grade 8 and French Immersion from Senior Kindergarten to Grade 8.