We acknowledge that the land on which Baden Public School is situated are the lands traditionally used by the Haudenosaunee, Anishinaabe, and Neutral people. We also acknowledge the enduring presence and deep traditional knowledge, laws, and philosophies of the Indigenous people with whom we share this land today. We are all treaty people with a responsibility to honour all our relations.

Baden Public School is home to approximately 550 students from Junior Kindergarten to Grade 8. Our students represent many countries and nationalities. We build on our diversities to develop a unified strength as a school community. Although large in number, it is frequently commented that our school has a warm and welcoming ‘small school’ feel. Our students feel welcomed, respected and valued. We are fortunate that our students are able to remain with us right through to graduation in grade eight. Our neighbouring secondary school is Waterloo-Oxford District Secondary School. Our staff is honoured to work with these fabulous children and to have the chance to challenge them to expand their horizons.

Respect for Differences – Enjoy your freedom by respecting those of others.
Intolerant, racialized, bigoted, or homophobic remarks are usually grounds for referral to administration. No exceptions to this rule are made for either (a) lively political discussion, or (b) the expression of personal/religious beliefs. Others’ identities aren’t up for debate or discussion, no matter how you feel. Thank you for your cooperation in this matter.