Rosedale Heights School of the Arts is an arts-based high school in downtown Toronto. Formerly Castle Frank, the school has been reinvented and re-purposed by Principal Barrie Sketchley. A vibrant non-semestered school in the heart of the city, Rosedale Heights School of the Arts provides its students an opportunity to gain the knowledge and skills required to succeed through an emphasis on the arts. Students can take dance, dramatic arts, music- instrumental and vocal, and visual arts.
In 2005, Macleans Magazine named Rosedale Heights one of the best arts-focus high schools in Canada, as well as one of the three best special-focus schools in Canada.