Malvern Collegiate Institute

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Malvern Collegiate Institute
Malvern Collegiate Institute
ADDRESS:
PHONE NUMBER:
EMAIL ADDRESS:
WEBSITE:
GRADE RANGE:
55 Malvern Ave, Toronto, ON
M4E 3E4
(416) 393-1480
[email protected]
http://schools.tdsb.on.ca/malvern
9 to 12
Victrix, Sapientia, Fortunae
(Knowledge Emerges Victorious Over Luck)
French Immersion
and Extended
French Programs
We offer core French
and Spanish, as well as
an extensive
Extended/Immersion
French program. Gain a
deeper understanding of
your own country and of
other peoples and
cultures. Experience
language, firsthand, via
our exchanges to
France and Costa Rica.
SHSM/Dual Credit
Register for the
Environment or
Non-profit Specialist
High Skills Major
program and gain career
related skills and
knowledge. Obtain a
college credit through
the Dual Credit program.
Welcome to Malvern, one of Toronto’s oldest high schools,
serving the Beach community for over 110 years. We offer a wide
range of programs in a non semester format. Malvern also offers
extensive extra-curricular programs in visual arts, drama, music,
equity & social justice, and athletics. We are well known for our
athletic and academic achievements, with numerous
championship teams and prestigious scholarship winners.
Educational tours and exchanges foster community relationships,
both local and abroad. Enroll in Malvern and enjoy a wealth of
opportunities to participate in our dynamic learning community.
Drama, Music, Visual /Media
Arts & Technology
Hone your skills and gain extensive
practical experience in studio &
performance settings. Our drama
students present several student-run
productions each year. Visual arts
students create works in drawing,
painting, print making & sculpture.
Media arts students learn animation,
digital music & video techniques.
Tech students learn all aspects of design, manufacturing, drafting
techniques, engineering & architectual design using various
materials and equipment. Our choirs/bands perform at public
events & tour in Canada & the U.S.
More Information about Malvern Collegiate Institute
English
In addition to compulsory English courses we offer numerous
options, including our Enriched English in Grade 10 and 11, Grade
11 Media Studies and Grade 12 Studies in Literature and Writer's
Craft. Over 90 per cent of our students successfully complete the
Literacy Test on their first attempt.
Canadian and World Studies
Core courses in Geography, History & Civics enhance students’
understanding of Canada & our world while developing research,
critical thinking & communication skills. Sr. courses include: Travel &
Tourism, World Issues, American History, World History, Economics,
Law, Politics, Intro to Anthropology, Psychology & Sociology &
Philosophy, and Challenge & Change in Society.
Mathematics and Science
Math & Science are everywhere! More than just numbers and
knowledge; Math & Science are a way of thinking. Be observant, be
creative, be thoughtful. Math & Science can literally take you to the
Moon or help you better understand the world closer to home. At
Malvern, you will learn how Math & Science connect to engineering,
business and even the arts.
Health and Physical Education
Our Healthy Active Living courses in grades 9 through 12
encourage a lifelong pursuit of physical activity and develop skills
required to lead a healthy lifestyle. Students may choose to focus on
improving their personal fitness & knowledge of training by opting
for Personal Fitness Activities in grades 11/12. Exercise Science
prepares students for university programs.
Additional Features
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Credit Recovery Program
2 Credit and 4 Credit Co-op
Inter-Disciplinary Courses
Weight Training Facility
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International Exchanges & Trips
eLearning Courses
6 Computer Labs (2 are mobile)
Swimming Pool
For a list of all programs that are also offered visit http://www.tdsb.on.ca/Findyour/Schools.aspx?schno=5530&schoolId=1358
Student Life - Where You Belong
The Black Knights have over 100 years of athletic excellence
and continue to be a vital component of Malvern’s appeal.
Join a team: skiing, baseball, basketball, cross-country
running, field hockey, football, golf, hockey, lacrosse, rugby,
soccer, softball, swimming, synchronized swimming, tennis,
track and field and volleyball. Join our Math, Chess,
Cheerleading, Conseil Francais, Language Council,
Christian, Robotics, Science and Yearbook club to name a
few. Commit to social justice in one of our groups, including
School Climate Council, Environment club, and Peer
Leaders. Our students are involved in a large number of
charitable events, including the Vow of Silence and funding
for a school and water well in Sierra Leone. In May 2009,
Malvern C.I. was presented with the Anne Hope Award for
Work in the Field of Human Rights. As a designated
Platinum Ecoschool (2010, 2011, 2012), we are aware of
our impact on the natural world. Student leadership is the
key to successfully reducing energy use, diverting waste and
reducing paper use. Join us as we work to make Malvern
more green.
What Sets Us Apart
With 9 major councils and over 40 clubs operating at
Malvern, every student can particpate in extracurricular
programs. A Grade 9 Co-Curricular Fair gives our new
Malvernites an opportunity to learn how they can become
involved beyond the classroom. Each year our teams win
major regional and city-wide championships and go on to
represent Toronto at the provincial level. Our athletes,
parents and coaching staff are dedicated to the development
and continued success of our athletic programs at Malvern.
Join one of our arts clubs: Media Arts, Concert Band,
Concert Choir, Jazz Choir, Jr and Sr Stage Bands, Girls’
Choir and String Ensemble. Perform in the Sounds of
Toronto Concert at Massey Hall, or participate in our exciting
Music trips. Get involved in our drama productions, Fashion
Show, week long Social Justice Conference, Valentine’s Day
dance, Boardwalk Ball or one of many assemblies during the
school year. Fun fundraisers contribute to scholarships, as
well as buy music instruments. Our arts students hold an
annual exhibit open to staff, students and parents.
Parent and Community Engagement
Malvern maintains strong links with its alumni group: the Red and
Black Society. This group meets regularly and is involved with many
initiatives. Malvern works with a very supportive parent community
who contribute directly to the operation of the school through the
Malvern Home and School Council. Parents support the school by
funding awards for commencement and attending a variety of school
activities. The Music Parents' Council also meets monthly facilitating
fundraisers and events. A safe, inclusive & equitable learning climate
is essential if students are to succeed in school. Malvern’s School
Climate Council is a community based team that includes parents,
students, staff, administration & community organisations which
examines & responds to major issues regarding Malvern’s social
climate with a focus in areas of safety, equity, inclusion & respect.
TDSB - Better Schools. Brighter Futures
Imagine a TDSB where all schools share a common core set of characteristics. They are
community-driven and focused on teaching and learning. Students and parents have a wide variety of
opportunities and there are enough students in every school to increase program choices.
Imagine there is a clear focus on achieving student success and every student is engaged, has a voice,
access to a caring adult and the opportunity to develop their full potential.
Here at the TDSB our focus is on student achievement, parent and community engagement and financial
stability.
Contact Information
SCHOOL NAME: Malvern Collegiate Institute
ADDRESS:
55 Malvern Ave, Toronto, ON
M4E 3E4
TELEPHONE:
(416) 393-1480
EMAIL:
[email protected]
http://www.tdsb.on.ca/Findyour/Schools.aspx?schno=5530&schoolId=1358

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