Dance, Singing and Drama Classes in Toronto West

Welcome to StageCoach Toronto West

A welcoming word from our Principal...
We are a unique triple threat school where our students learn the disciplines of singing, acting and dance, all under one roof. If you want your child to enhance his or her talents, make friends who are like minded, have loads of fun and learn skills for life, come to our wonderful school. They will be taught by theatre professionals who will give them tools that are invaluable in all their future endeavours.
Principal: Mary Long

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Our Acting, Singing and Dance Classes & Times

Early Stages (for ages 4-6 yrs)

Early Stages classes run alongside the main Stagecoach schools, where young people learn skills in each of the three Musical Theatre disciplines of singing, dancing & drama, so it is an easy step when it is time to transfer to the next stage.

Fees: $250 per term  (1.5hrs per week, 10 weeks per term)

Main Stages (for ages 6-16 yrs)

Main Stages classes are split in three age appropriate groups, where young people learn new skills in each of the complementary Musical Theatre disciplines of singing, dancing & drama. We nurture the shy and apprehensive, until they find their feet and voice, while at the same time developing and channelling those with bundles of talent, confidence and energy. We believe in the potential of every child!

Fees: $440 per term (3hrs per week, 10 weeks per term)
Please use the online payment for existing students or, a new student whose place has been confirmed by the local principal.

Toronto West Baby Point Neighbourhood

Baby Point is a residential neighbourhood in the York district of Toronto. It was part of the former City of York before the amalgamation of Toronto in 1998. The area began as two independent municipalities.

The Baby Point enclave was originally a Seneca village. James Baby, pronounced 'Babby', was a member of a prominent Quebec fur trading family and a former politician in Upper Canada. He settled at Baby Point in 1816, after discovering the abandoned village. A lush apple orchard covered the area and salmon swam in the Humber River, giving it an Eden-like quality. Water from a fresh spring nearby was bottled and shipped worldwide.

A set of historic stone gates at the intersection of Jane Street and Baby Point Road mark the entrance to the Baby Point enclave, which could be said to be a precursor to modern gated communities. Baby Point is situated on a peninsula of land—or a 'point' -- overlooking the Humber River, surrounded by ravines and parkland. The larger homes tend to back onto the Humber Valley ravine and are found along Baby Point Road and Baby Point Crescent, while the smaller homes are found near the Jane Street and Baby Point Road entrance. Most of the homes in the enclave were built in the 1920s and 1930s.

  • Conn Smythe - owner and manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs, and his family, were long-time residents of Baby Point Road
  • Raymond Souster - Canadian poet (often described as Toronto’s unofficial poet laureate), lived for many years on Baby Point Road
Child acting in a play