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Inglenook Community School (GR. 10-12)

"Subvert the dominant paradigm"

Curriculum Leader: Robert Rennick

Inglenook is a small, friendly alternative community high school with a family-like atmosphere.  We offer a grade 11 and 12 program which includes courses that allow for a wide range of post-secondary planning destinations.  Courses are structured in an interdisciplinary format.
The school is very community-focused: teachers, parents, and students are all involved in school decision-making. Inglenook offers a special program called Outreach, which takes place every Wednesday morning. Students are expected to work in the community on a volunteer basis. Students can volunteer in schools, senior citizens homes, the food bank, and other possibilities. School also has a credit recovery and coop program !


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(416) 393-0560
(416) 393-0004

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Grant Fawthrop

Michael Gurgol
Andrea Parise
Office Staff:
Anita Court
School Council Chair(s):
19 Sackville St, Toronto, ON
M5A 3E1

Our Mission
To enable all students to reach high levels of achievement and to acquire
the knowledge, skills, and values
they need to become responsible members of a democratic society.
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