Huron Heights London Ontario homes for sale
The Huron Heights district is bounded on the east by Clark Rd., Oxford St. in the south and an area east of Highbury bounded on the north by the Thames River and the Kilally Woods Environmentally Significant Area. The northern part of this district was annexed and became part of the City of London in 1989.
This district is home to Fanshawe College, one of the larges colleges in Ontario. 14,000 full-time and 40,000 part-time students attend Fanshawe every year. The main London campus sits on a 100 acre site with twenty buildings including 3 residents that house up to 1,200 students.
The Robarts School for the Deaf is also located within Huron Heights beside Fanshawe College. This school was established in 1973 and is one of only four provincial schools for deaf students in Ontario. The large, modern building includes a preschool, elementary and secondary school classrooms; recreational and dining facilities; student residences; and a variety of support services.
There are many other schools found within this district including: Montcalm Secondary School, John Paul II Secondary School, Chippewa Public School, Evelyn Harrison Public School, Hillcrest Public School, Huron Heights French Immersion Public School, Lord Elgin Public School, Ecole Ste Jeanne d’Arc Separate School and St. Anne Separate School. The North London Optimist Community Centre, located at Highbury Ave. and Cheapside St., provides indoor gymnasium and community centre space, indoor squash and tennis courts, rollerskating and outdoor tennis facilities. Stronach Recreation and Community Centre at 1221 Stanford St., houses a double pad arena, gymnasium and community centre space, an outdoor heated pool with slide and splash pad, 6 baseball diamonds and a skateboard park.
Robarts School for the Deaf
North East London Community Engagement
London InterCommunity Health Centre