Keiller Mackay Collegiate Institute
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|Keiller MacKay Collegiate Institute|
|2 St. Andrews Boulevard
Toronto, Ontario, M9R 1V8, Canada
|School board||Toronto District School Board|
|School type||High School|
|Grades||9 - 13 (when it closed)|
|Area||Islington Avenue and Highway 401 (Ontario)|
|Team name||Keiller Mackay Sabres|
|Colours||Green and Blue|
Keiller MacKay Collegiate Institute (KMCI) is a medium-sized former public high school located in Toronto's west end close to the intersection of Islington Avenue and Highway 401. When it was open, it was overseen by the Etobicoke Board of Education, which was joined with other school boards in the Toronto area during the city's amalgamation to form what is now the Toronto District School Board.
KMCI opened its doors in September 1971, and the school's architecture reminds one of a factory - specifically, there is a distinct lack of windows. The school experienced declining enrollment during the late 1970s and early 1980s, and in 1981, the school board decided to close it. The school building was sold to the Catholic School Board (and now houses Don Bosco Catholic Secondary School), and KMCI closed its doors for the last time at the end of the 1982/83 school year.
KMCI had only 2 Principals through the 12 years it was open. John McNeil was principal for 9 years, starting in 1971. Gordon Fleming was Principal for the final 3 years.