Welcome to Maple Hills
On the southern border of Kitchener is a neighbourhood that many living in Waterloo, Ontario don’t know about. The residents of Maple Hills like it that way. Maple Hills is a quiet neighbourhood in Waterloo with older homes, set back from the road, amidst tall trees. Many homes in Maple Hills hide behind thick trees and are barely visible from the road.
The homes found here were built in the 1980s or before, but the residents of this neighbourhood appreciate the sophistication that comes with age. Most of the people residing in Maple Hills are retired (or close to it). There are young families, too, but the neighbourhood still feels peaceful and quiet.
Maple Hills is convenient to the universities, shops and malls, but there’s no quick route to the expressway. Its location makes it popular for students who live in basement apartments in Maple Hills.
There are two community pools in Maple Hills,as well as tennis courts, parks and walking trails. Winter does not involve hibernation in Maple Hills, where residents enjoy cross-country skiing, skating and sledding.
Public school students in Maple Hills are bussed to one of three schools.
- Empire Public School which offers French immersion for grades 1-6.
- Centennial Public School
- Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School
Maple Hills Schools
|Ranking||School||Academic Score||Language||Onsite Childcare||Grades|
|1 out of 27||Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School||8.7||English||Yes||JK-8|
|7 out of 27||Empire Public School||7.8||English with French Immersion||Yes||JK-6|
|Ranking||Name of School||Academic Score||Grades|
|5 out of 6||Resurrection Catholic Secondary School (Kitchener, ON)||6.5||9-12|
|6 out of 6||Kitchener-Waterloo Collegiate & Vocational School||5.7||9-12|
Source: The Fraser Institute. Click here to visit their website.