Burnhamthorpe Collegiate Institute

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Burnhamthorpe Collegiate Institute
Burnhamthorpe Adult Learning Centre
500 The East Mall
Eatonville, Etobicoke, Ontario, M9B 2C4, Canada
Public transit access TTC:
North/South: 111 East Mall
West/East: 50 Burnhamthorpe
Rapid Transit: Islington, Kipling
GO Transit:
Train: Kipling
School number 2832 / 897485
2801 / 897485
School board Toronto District School Board
(Etobicoke Board of Education)
Religious affiliation Secular
Superintendent Karen Falconer
Susan Winter
Area trustee Chris Glover
Principal Varla Abrams
Vice Principals John Helston
School type Alternative High School
Adult High School
Grades 10-12
Language English
Team name Burnhamthorpe Buccaneers
Colours Blue and Silver         
Founded 1956
Enrollment 267 (2013-14)
Homepage Burnhamthorpe Collegiate Institute

Burnhamthorpe Collegiate Institute and Adult Learning Centre (shortened as Burnhamthorpe CI, BCI, Burnhamthorpe ALC, BCALC, or Burnhamthorpe) is a adult and alternative high school that is part of the Toronto District School Board in Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada originally part of the Etobicoke Board of Education since 1956.

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Founded in 1956 as a regular high school, Burnhamthorpe offers a variety of credit courses for students wishing either to complete their Ontario Secondary School Diploma or needing to upgrade in preparation for college or university admission requirements. The Ed-Vance Program is for students aged 18-21, and the Adult Program is for students who are 21 years of age and over. Both programs offer preparation for the college, university, and workplace.

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