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    • 23–24 Admissions


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    • 23–24 Admissions



Name a Make Way Stepping Stone

Name a Make Way Stepping Stone

Collectively, our Make Way stepping stones will symbolize the path we are paving together, so our students can go forth and blaze their own trails. 

Choose your stone and step into a beautiful legacy that will commemorate your family’s connection with our school. 

The Stepping Stones will be a prominent architectural feature in iCAST’s main lobby. Ranging in colour from mauve to peppermint green, the stones’ tonal spectrum will mix with external, flow-through daylight to create a mood of beauty and creative promise.

Your Stepping Stone

Only 35 at the $50,000–$75,000 levels 
($10,000–$15,000 a year for five years) 

10 at the $75,000 level 
($15,000 a year for five years)
  • Stepping Stones are 14"w × 11"h

25 at the $50,000 level 
($10,000 a year for five years)
  • Stepping Stones are 11"w × 8.25"h

Choose Your Stepping Stone Location

(Letter and number denote chosen location; A=$75,000 and B=$50,000)
Reserved = Sold

Leave a Meaningful Legacy

You may choose the location and colour, and we’ll help you personalize your Stepping Stone.

Here are a few examples to inspire how you may wish to dedicate your Stepping Stone:
  • The Chen Family
  • Debora and Steven Smith in honour of Sarah SMITH'31
  • Melissa CLARK'29 and Jenny CLARK'24
Please note there are character limitations.

Contact Us

Quantities are limited so secure your Stepping Stone today! 

To arrange your Make Way Stepping Stone, please contact Claudia Metelsky, Director, Campaign and Development, Advancement and  Community Engagement at cmetelsky@branksome.on.ca or 416-920-6265 ext. 324
We wish to acknowledge this land on which 91Ԫ operates. For thousands of years, it has been the traditional land of the Huron-Wendat, the Seneca, and most recently, the Mississaugas of the Credit River. Today, this meeting place is still the home to many Indigenous peoples from across Turtle Island and we are grateful to have the opportunity to work and go to school on this land.

Setting the new standard for girls' education everywhere takes collective action. From all of us.