David and Mary Thomson Collegiate Institute

David and Mary Thomson Collegiate Institute History | Ranking | Tuition fee | Enrollment/registration | Contacts

David and Mary Thomson Collegiate Institute is one of the best Secondary schools in Scarborough, located at 2740 Lawrence Ave E, 2740 Lawrence Ave E, Ontario.

School History

This Public District School Board (Englis & French) first started taking students in 1969/09/01. Within next few years students from neighbouring schools around Scarborough entered David and Mary Thomson Collegiate Institute. The school building has the capacity to enrol students from 9 up to Grade 12.

After growing and educating the students for several decades, David and Mary Thomson Collegiate Institute’s current shape, infrastructure and administration has a decent enrollment for your student to be catered for. 

Ranking

David and Mary Thomson Collegiate Institute does not only hold good values in high regards but also excels in educating the students and competing with other fellow Secondary schools within Toronto DSB. It ranks better than 29 % of schools in 2740 Lawrence Ave E and better than 38 % schools in Ontario according to www.statcan.gc.ca report. The school scores a great average ranking at city level as well as provincial level.

Tuition fee

The fee structure from 9-12 grade can be found on the school website and Toronto DSB website.

Enrollment/registration

All the details of enrollment and registration of grade 9-12 are also available on the David and Mary Thomson Collegiate Institute website. Feel free to look up the websites and contact us.

Contact detail

David and Mary Thomson Collegiate Institute contact details re listed below:

Parents and guardians are welcomed to contact the school regarding any query.

Board (board name/number) Board number: B67083, Board name: Dufferin-Peel CDSB, Board type: Catholic District School Board (Englis & French)

General Supply list for Kindergarten

NOTE: There may be additional supplies requested by the teacher once your child is assigned to a class. The cost will be minimal.

 

 

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