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Malvern Collegiate Institute

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School type  High school
Superintendent  Anne Kerr
School number  5530
Number of students  945
Founded  1903
Area trustee  Sheila Cary-Meagher
Phone  +1 416-393-1480
Province  Ontario
Malvern Collegiate Institute
Motto  Victrix Sapientia Fortunae (Wisdom Conquers Fortune)
Address  55 Malvern Ave, Toronto, ON M4E 3E4, Canada
District  Toronto District School Board
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Malvern Collegiate Institute is a Toronto high school that was founded in 1903 as "East Toronto High School", in what was then the village of East Toronto. When the village was annexed by Toronto in 1908, the name of the street the school was located on was changed from Charles Street to Malvern Avenue (as Toronto already had a Charles Street), and the name of the institution was changed shortly thereafter.

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The statue that stands on the east side of the school on Malvern Avenue just outside the library was built in 1922 in honour of the students that had attended Malvern C.I. and died in World War I.

Despite sharing its name with the unrelated Malvern neighbourhood (located approximately 16 km (9.9 mi) northeast of the school) in Scarborough, Malvern Collegiate is located in the upper-middle class neighbourhood, The Beaches.

Notable alumni include Glenn Gould, Robert Fulford, and Don Getty who were all at the school at the same time in the 1950s. Norman Jewison, Bruce Kidd, Teresa Stratas and Jack Kent Cooke also attended the school.

Malvern celebrated its centennial in 2003.

In 2006, Toronto Life magazine stated that Malvern CI had the best English program in Toronto, a notable change from the 1980s, when the same magazine rated Malvern's English department as being in the bottom five of all Toronto collegiates.

The school's mascot is the Black Knight, and the school colours are red and black.

Malvern won the 2009 Anne Hope Award for its contributions in promoting human rights and equity education.

In November 2011, a ceremony rededicating the statue located on the east side of the school was held, a week before Remembrance Day of that year to commemorate the repairs done to the arm. Less than 48 hours later, the statue was vandalized.

Notable alumni

  • Jack Kent Cooke
  • Nathaniel Erskine-Smith
  • Robert Fulford
  • Glenn Gould
  • Norman Jewison
  • Stanley Thompson
  • Down with Webster
  • References

    Malvern Collegiate Institute Wikipedia


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