Lakeshore Collegiate Institute (Gr 09 - 12)
Carlo Di Felice
Carlo Di Felice
350 Kipling Ave, Etobicoke, ON
Futurum Doctrina et Concordia Prospice - Look to the Future with Knowledge and Friendship.
Lakeshore Collegiate Institute (LCI) provides opportunities for you to enrich your personal and academic achievement by providing a demanding curriculum that incorporates academics with the arts, technology, co-op and athletics. LCI is a dynamic school with a wide offering of programs for every student. Starting in grade 9, all students are welcomed to secondary school with an orientation program in August lead by our Leadership Students.
Unique to LCI, in addition to our broad academic curriculum, is an extensive technology program including courses in culinary arts, desktop publishing, cosmetology, electricity, transportation, construction, WoodLINKS (fine furniture), CyberARTS, graphic design, photography and video production. Read more
WoodLINKS - Fine Furniture
The WoodLINKS program in fine furniture, offered at Lakeshore Collegiate Institute, is a certification program consisting of curriculum, curriculum resources and assessment tools, developed in cooperation with the Wood Manufacturing Council of Canada.
Students will learn, starting in grade 11, in a new state-of-the-art facility equipped and designed to industry standard. LCI has partnered with an Industry Partnership Network to also provide resources, access to industry, guest speakers and co-operative education program opportunities.
CyberARTS is a four year multidisciplinary program where traditional Visual Arts are combined with Communications Technology and Digital Media. Each year students earn two credits, one in Visual Arts and one in Technology, and a CyberARTS certification upon graduation.
The aims of this program are to develop students’ technical, creative and academic skills while encouraging creative thinking, independent work habits and strong communication skills to prepare student for post-secondary success.
Students must go through an interview and application process in order to join the program. Further information can be found at: www.lcicyberarts.ca Read more about CyberARTS
Excellence in Academics Through the Arts
The Music, Dramatic and Visual Arts Departments offer extensive programs that include courses such as Band, Director's Craft, Theatre Production, Set Design, Set Construction, and a specialized Acting Class. Students have the opportunity to work in our three large studios, for Visual Arts, with professional tools such as printing presses, silk screens, and pottery wheels. Read more about Excellence in Academics Through the Arts
Education Sector Council Partnership
The Education Sector Council Partnership is a program based on "skills for global futures" with a focus on the supply chain sector council and the automotive repair services sector. This partnership is geared towards establishing contacts with area businesses to provide experiential opportunities and augment our Specialist High Skills Major and our WoodLINKS programs.
Steps to University and Dual Credit
Steps (University of Toronto) is designed to offer students the opportunity to earn a first year U of T credit. Students obtain their U of T student card and have full access to their facilities and libraries.
Dual Credit, in partnership with Humber College, allows students to simultaneously earn a high school and a college credit in select first year college courses.
Outstanding Support and Broad-Based Tech Programs
LCI supports your academic and experiential learning with not only three cross-curricular networked computer labs, a diverse library resource centre, five classroom based computer labs, but also outstanding broad-based technology programs in a variety of specializations such as Culinary Arts, Automotive, Woodworking and Cosmetology to name but a few. Read more about Outstanding Support and Broad-Based Tech Programs