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Bell Times

8:20 AM - 2:40 PM

French Immersion

French Immersion is available.


Jennifer George - 905-544-7771 | Email


Nicole Lee - 905.527.5092 x 2673 | E-mail Nicole Lee


Ray Mulholland - 905.547.2237 | E-mail Ray Mulholland

School Council Chair

Shelley Clemence

Administrative Office Staff

Mrs. Tammy Gruza

Mrs. Tracy Pinnock

Our School

A.M. Cunningham School offers a unique educational environment as a dual track school, where both English and French Immersion programming is offered to students. Our enrollment of approximately 440 students is comprised of 4 Full Day Kindergarten classes, 5 grade1-5 English classes, and 12 grade 1-5 French Immersion classes. Located in the east end of Hamilton, close to Delta Secondary School (now closed), A. M. Cunningham School provides a rich history and culture to our students and community, having been built in 1929.


A.M. Cunningham School is viewed as an integral part of the community. Built in 1929, it has been a landmark in the Kenilworth/Central Street area for 90 years. The school was named after School Board Trustee A. M. Cunningham, who served as a trustee from 1917 – 1926. Many families in the area have had generations of students attend the school. Long standing traditions include an Annual Carol Sing/Bake Sale, as well as the support of local charities. Student involvement in the HWDSB Strings Music program has been an integral part of A. M. Cunningham School, as well as cultural appreciation in a dual track school.

The school is adjacent to A.M. Cunningham Park where an extensive creative playground has been built by the City of Hamilton and enjoyed daily by students. An environmental “Learning Garden” has been created to engage students in an appreciation of the outdoors. A.M. Cunningham School is committed to a Litterless Lunch environment.    Delta woodworking students have built benches to enhance our playground.

We look forward to developing additional Community Partnerships. Please contact the school if you have an interest in this area.

Updated on Wednesday, January 08, 2020.
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