West Hill Collegiate Institute is part of the Toronto District School Board and is located near the intersection of Kingston Road and Morningside Avenue. It overlooks Highland Creek and Morningside Park and sits on the doorstep of Rouge Park -- soon to be the only urban national park in Canada.
Use this interactive map to find feeder schools, bus routes, school boundaries and key landmarks in the West Hill area.
West Hill is a busy place and we try to capture West Hill moments through a variety of print, pictures and video:
Hilltop Reflections:Fall 2013 • Winter 2014
This is a supplement to our hard copy production, with images and videos that could not be reproduced or meet publication deadlines.Main Page • 2012 - 2013 • 2013 - 2014
My Blueprint helps students select courses by discovering what post-secondary programs are available based on those choices. Students can also build a resume and explore various careers and job opportunities based on their course selections.
Our Parent Handbook provides information about student attendance, parent-teacher interviews, student supports, Diploma credit requirements and our parent council. You will also find details about STEM and Advanced Placement opportunities.
Directories:Choices • Department Info • WHCI Course Guide Grades 10-12
Continuing Education:TDSB Summer School Login • TDSB e-Course Login
Volunteering, Employment and Scholarships:Community Service • Jobs People do • Scholarships Canada
350 Morningside Ave, Scarborough, ON M1E 3G3
Phone: (416) 396-6864 • Fax: (416) 396-8300
Email: WestHill.CI@tdsb.on.ca Map, boundaries, administrative information
Most Twitter feeds can be found all in one place, or use these links to go directly to individual feeds:
Get involved! The School Clubs Page has contacts to some organizations (including the SAC, WHAC and the Computer Club), but be sure to listen to the morning announcememnts, for most club infomation, including times and locations.
Our Library Page has many useful links to resources like the Library Search Catalogue, Online Encyclopedias, online Newspapers and eBook Repositories. Some resources will require a password - see the school Librarian for information.
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