Forest Hill Collegiate Institute's Mission Statement
Forest Hill Collegiate Institute is a safe and welcoming school that supports the needs of a diverse and dynamic student population. Built on a strong foundation of academic excellence, caring teachers and support staff help students develop a love of learning. In a digital age, we strive to create a strong sense of community, where students from across the city and around the world will live and experience “Falcon Pride”.
Dynamic student organizations and clubs help to foster leadership, a sense of belonging and help to develop a strong sense of social justice and moral purpose in our students.
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Student Success Team Works for You
Athletics and the Library
Our gym and pool are outstanding and support strong curricular and extra-curricular programs. The Library Learning Commons is a vibrant and active space, supporting classes and individual students. Students are taught how to access relevant sources of information and students are encouraged to collaborate and co-create work.
Supportive Guidance Counsellors
- Extensive co-op program
- Large, bright art classrooms
- Design and Publishing course
- Drama and musical productions
- Music nights
- Athletics and team sports
- Clubs, organizations and committees
- Much, much more!
Student Life - Where You Belong
WHAT SETS US APART
At Forest Hill Collegiate, we provide an ever-widening range of courses options that prepare students for cutting-edge college programs or traditional university studies. More and more classes are integrating on-line learning platforms and encourage collaboration and critical thinking. Students are given many stages on which to shine to compete through various contests and competitions (math, science, computer programming, DECA, drama, public speaking, model UN, debate, mock trials). Complementing our classroom-based learning, interested students have a wide variety of Cooperative (Co-op) learning opportunities in their senior years, allowing them to experience real life work environments.