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Central Etobicoke High School (GR. 09-12)

Central Etobicoke High School is committed to providing a high quality, unique, and alternative curriculum for students who wish to attain the skills, values and attitudes that will prepare them for work, lifelong learning and participation in community life. Courses are offered at the Essential, Workplace, Open, and K (non-credit) levels. Central students develop those skills that will serve them well, whether they join the work force, enter an apprenticeship program or go on to further education. Students who are designated M.I.D. or D.D. are recommended to the program through the IPRC process, and work towards an OSSD, OSSC or a Certificate of Accomplishment.


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John Au

Matthew Ezrin
Office Staff:
Olga Martino
Shelly Turner
School Council Chair(s):
Karen Prizzon
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Our Mission
To enable all students to reach high levels of achievement and well-being
and to acquire the knowledge, skills
and values they need to become responsible, contributing members of
a democratic and sustainable society.
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