L'Amoreaux Collegiate Institute

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Coordinates: 43°48′6.93″N 79°19′4.31″W / 43.8019250°N 79.3178639°W / 43.8019250; -79.3178639

L'Amoreaux Collegiate Institute
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Freedom with Responsibility
2501 Bridletowne Circle
L'Amoreaux, Scarborough, Ontario, M1W 2K1, Canada
School number 4226 / 920576
School board Toronto District School Board
(Scarborough Board of Education)
Superintendent Peter Chang
Area trustee Sam Sotiropoulos
Principal Valerie Nelson
Vice Principals Georgina Dagonas
John Stephenson
School type Public High school
Grades 9-12
Language English
Team name L'Amoreaux Saints
Colours Royal Blue and Gold         
Founded 1973
Enrollment 937 (2013-14)
Homepage L'Amoreaux Collegiate Institute

L'Amoreaux Collegiate Institute (also named L'Amoreaux, or L'Am for short) is a public high school in Toronto, located in north-west Scarborough part of the Scarborough Board of Education that is now consolidated into the Toronto District School Board. Founded in 1973, L'Amoreaux has an extended French program, and over three quarters of the students do not use English as their primary language. L'Amoreaux is attended by about 937 students. The motto of the school is Freedom with Responsibility.


The school, designed by noted Canadian architect Raymond Moriyama, opened in the fall of 1973. Distinctive in interior design, it featured a large tiered Central Market Square in lieu of the standard auditoriums of similar sized facilities that had tended to be largely unused. The school hall featured in rock band Rush's 1982 video for the single Subdivisions.

The Era of Change 2014-present[edit]

According to sources L'Amoreaux is supposed to change. The clubs are teaming up together to create the ultimate school. A revolution is on the rise. Students are to be prepared for this change in the 2014-2015 school year.


Cross Country

Field Hockey

  • Girls Varsity


  • Junior Boys
  • Senior Boys
  • Junior Girls
  • Senior Girls
  • Co-ed Varsity


  • Junior Boys
  • Senior Boys

Track and Field


  • Boys Varsity


SAC Presidents: Puvishan and D'Juan

Athletic Council Presidents: TBD




Yearbook Committee

Music Council

Drama Club

Chess Club


Model United Nations(MUN)

Christian Fellowship



Radio L'am

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