Lawrence Park Collegiate Institute

If you read this article, you will have a great view of one of the best high schools in Toronto. Since 1936 Lawrence Park Collegiate Institute known as a necessary educational place in Canada.

About Lawrence Park Collegiate Institute

Welcome to Lawrence Park Collegiate Institute

I guess you know Don McKellar, did you know he studied at Lawrence Park Collegiate Institute?

Lawrence Park is a prestigious school it teaches grades 9 through 12 and is operated and governed by the Toronto District School Board.

Principal: Mr. J. Gorenkoff

Lawrence Park Collegiate Institute (Lawrence Park CI, LPCI, "LP", or Lawrence Park) is a non-semestered, public high school and it is operated and governed by the Toronto District School Board.

There are over 50 athletic clubs that wear the Panther colours of blue and gold. In recent years Lawrence Park has won TDSB Championships in Swimming, (boys and girls), Cross Country, Curling (girls), Ice Hockey (girls), Soccer (boys and girls), Track and Field, Tennis, Volleyball, Alpine Skiing and Snowboarding. And in March 2016 both the girls' Curling team and the girls' Hockey team won OFSAA championships.

Fall Sports:

  • Girls Junior Basketball
  • Girls Senior Basketball
  • Girls Field Hockey
  • Boys Junior Soccer
  • Boys Senior Soccer
  • Tennis
  • Boys Junior Volleyball
  • Boys Senior Volleyball
  • Cross Country
  • Boys Junior Football
  • Boys Senior Football
  • Boys Golf
  • Girls Fall Rugby
  • Boys Rugby 7's
  • Girls Rugby 7's

Winter Sports:

  • Boys Senior Basketball
  • Girls Junior Volleyball
  • Girls Senior Volleyball
  • Ski Team
  • Snowboarding Team
  • Swim Team
  • Curling
  • Hockey
  • Boys Junior Basketball

Spring Sports:

  • Volleyball
  • Water Polo
  • Ultimate Frisbee
  • Badminton
  • Boys Baseball
  • Girls Rugby
  • Boys Junior Rugby
  • Boys Senior Rugby
  • Girls Soccer
  • Girls Softball
  • Track & Field

Twitter: @lawrenceparkci

You might need to contact with some special stuff, here is a short list of them:

Math Department: [email protected]

Visual Art Department: [email protected]

French Programs (ACL) Department: [email protected]

Drama Department:[email protected]

If we want to see the world as a just and fair place where everyone is given equal opportunities, education is what we require. Education is a must if we want to do away with the existing differences between different social classes and genders. It opens a whole world of opportunities for the poor so that they may have an equal shot at well-paying jobs. If you want to lead a happy life and enjoy the good things the world has to offer, you certainly need to get educated. A great job, a good social reputation are a few of the many benefits of being an educated person. Education is a must for a promising and secure future and a stable life.

Feeder schools:

Lawrence Park has three main feeder schools from around the area:

Glenview Senior Public School
Bedford Park Public School
Blessed Sacrament Catholic School
Students from John Wanless Public School, John Ross Robertson Public School, John Fisher Public School and Allenby Public School graduate to Glenview Senior Public School then to Lawrence Park, while students from Bedford Park Junior Public School and Blessed Sacrament go straight to Lawrence Park as they go from kindergarten to grade 8..

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