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Our School has a COVID-19 Resilience Infrastructure Stream Funding Project.
Hollycrest Middle School was created as a special 1967 Centennial Project. Located on the western boundary of the Toronto District School Board, it enjoys the wide, open spaces bordering the Etobicoke Olympium and Centennial Park. Hollycrest currently serves about 480 students.
Located in Hollycrest Middle School is Hollycrest Community School, which is a City of Toronto Parks and Recreation facility. Recreational programs are offered for pre-schoolers to seniors. In addition to the many programs offered, special events are also organized as are March Break and Summer Day Camps.