PHONE NUMBER: (416) 396-6684

GRADE RANGE: 9 to 12

Albert Campbell Collegiate Institute's Mission Statement

Albert Campbell C.I. has established a tradition of excellence.  Our staff and our programs focus on student success. We are proud of our reputation as providing an academically challenging and supportive learning environment. Our curriculum focuses on performance and prepares students for university, college and the world of work. 

We have a full range of programs and extra-curricular activities to provide all students with the Albert Campbell Experience:   Academics, Community and Engagement.

The Albert Campbell Experience
Eighty-five percent of students from ACCI who apply to university are accepted into their program of choice. Our students graduate with an appreciation of:

Learning –   Our students become well rounded and broadly educated in a wide range of subjects, including art, music, literature and drama.

Respect and Caring of Self and Others – Students learn to work co-operatively with others, focusing on personal strengths and limitations as they become responsible citizens.

The strong and varied academic and co-curricular programs, an important tradition at Campbell, provide many opportunities for students to explore their interests, develop their talents and build academic and leadership service skills.


We offer a comprehensive mathematics program for everyone. As technology is becoming an integral part of our lives, ACCI is committed to embedding technology-based learning into the delivery of mathematics curriculum.  Our school is the TDSB site for Leading and Learning through Technology.  As well, the EMC2 (Enriched Mathematics at Albert Campbell) program, beginning in Grade 9, provides opportunities for students to acquire advanced standing at universities.  This year, 86% of our Academic and 61% of our Applied students are at or above the provincial standard (level 3 and 4) after completing the EQAO Mathematics test.

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We emphasize hands-on, student-centred, inquiry-based learning. Our students compete in a variety of contests. Science offers a Robotics club, a special award winner at their last competition; a science outreach team called ATOMS (A Team of Mad Scientists); and  HOSA (Health Occupation Students of America).

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Our extensive co-operative education program gives students the opportunity to build their resumes, earn credits, and gain valuable hands-on experience.  The community partnerships that have been built are extensive and include all areas of student interest.
Students can earn 2, 3, or 4 credits, as well as dual credits in our SHSM and bridge to college programs.


We believe that effective literacy skills are essential for success. Literacy is emphasized across the curriculum. Last year, our Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test success rate was 82% ,which was above the provincial average. Outside of class, students can write for our newspaper, or join our debate team and compete in prestigious university tournaments.

Social Studies

The rich offerings in this area are expanding.  As well as courses in history, politics, world issues, sociology, geography, family studies, and economics, students have the opportunity to expand their learning outside of the classroom.  Excursions include New York, Ottawa, Niagara Falls, Montreal and local venues.  The Model UN club continues to engage students.

Additional Features

  • Arts in the Community
  • Model United Nations
  • Newcomers Club
  • DECA
  • Robotic Competition
  • HOSA

Student Life - Where You Belong


The Student Administrative Council (SAC) is Albert Campbell's elected student council responsible for coordinating all clubs and student-sponsored activities in the school. The SAC brings many fun-filled events to the students each year.
The year begins with Grade 9 Orientation, a joint venture of all our other student service groups: Athletic Council, Student in Action, and  Ambassadors.  September also brings the our first assembly focussing Character Education. Throughout the year, there are monthly Spirit Days when activities are held in the Forum during the lunch period. There are two Spirit Weeks, one in November and one in May, where daily fun and games fill the Forum. December brings the ever popular Christmas Door Decorating Contest and the Holiday Assembly. Graduating students look forward to the Formal held in late May or early June.  Our year culminates with the annual Big Event Carnival.



We have over 80 teams, clubs and activities so there is something for everyone!
We compete in a wide variety of  girls, boys and Coed sports:
wrestling, rugby, basketball, archery, swimming, track, volleyball, curling, hockey, badminton, soccer, golf, tennis, and more.
Our clubs are focused on Math/Science/Tech, Music/Art/Drama, and numerous Special Interest Clubs such as: Debate Club, Model UN, DECA, French Club and Year Book.
Campbell is active in Character Education. We have a tradition of reaching out to the global community to help. Albert Campbell has had a remarkable impact all over the world raising money for the following projects:
  • Canadian Red Cross: $7000 tsunami response in Sri Lanka
  • Canadian Feed the Children: $9200 to K'acha K'acha in Bolivia; $23,500 to dig a  water well and help rebuild an orphanage in Haiti.
  • Free the Children: 800 school bags to Kenya
  • Howard Hospital in Zimbabwe: 2,500 vitamin bottles


Community involvement is a crucial element in the Albert Campbell Experience. Our Parent Council meets five times a year, for information, community action and personal learning. In the past we have had workshops on effective use of FACEBOOK, Restorative Practices, Dealing with the Teenager and Internet Safety. We engage in community partnerships with CAMH, CanTyd, Settlement and Education Partnerships to support all of our students.