Mon Sheong Foundation Chinese School

Mon Sheong Foundation Chinese School

Mon Sheong Foundation Chinese School is a privately and fee operated school with focus on promoting Chinese culture, heritage, and philosophy.

The MSFCS was created in 1968 by the Mon Sheong Foundation in Toronto and uses Cantonese as the language of instruction.

Today MSFCS offers additional programs including:

  • Chinese (Putonghua) Program (P1) for children over the age of 5
  • Mandarin Program (Conversational)
  • Mandarin for English speakers
  • Mathematics Program from grades

Programs run on Fridays and Saturdays from September to May.

Instructors (approximately 22 teachers in 3 locations) are mainly college graduates from Hong Kong, China and Canada.

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Facilities

The MSFCS does not have permanent facilities and obtains leases from York Region District School Board and Toronto District School Board after school use.

Previous locations:

  • Scarborough Campus: W.A. Porter Collegiate Institute (Scarborough Board of Education)

Scholarships

  • Dr. Sim Fai Liu Award for Outstanding Achievement
  • Ping Shao Quan Award for Academic Achievement
  • Ming Shau Yau Scholarship

Alumni and Notable Faculty

  • Dr. Sim Fai Liu (1919-1999) MD, OOnt - co-founder Mon Sheong Foundation Chinese School; resident at Toronto Western Hospital and medical director at Lambert Lodge and Castleview-Wychwood Towers
  • Ping Shao Quan - former Chair and Chinese School Principal
  • Simon Tse - current Principal

References


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