Brother Edmund Rice Catholic Secondary School

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Brother Edmund Rice Catholic Secondary School
BERCSS Logo.png
Address
55 Pelham Avenue
Carleton Village, Toronto, Ontario, M6N 1A5
Canada
Coordinates 43°40′04″N 79°27′21″W / 43.66774°N 79.45575°W / 43.66774; -79.45575Coordinates: 43°40′04″N 79°27′21″W / 43.66774°N 79.45575°W / 43.66774; -79.45575
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School type Catholic High school
Motto In amore Christi Crescere
(Grow in the Love of Christ)
Religious affiliation(s) Roman Catholic
(Congregation of Christian Brothers)
Founded 1977 (closed 2001)
School board Toronto Catholic District School Board
Superintendent Dr. Jim Saraco
Area 5
Area trustee Jo-Ann Davis
Ward 9
School number 523 / 691208
Principal Joseph Clarkson
Grades 9-13
Enrollment 364 (1998-99)
Language English
Colour(s) Black and Gold         
Mascot Dolphin
Team name Rice Dolphins
Public transit access TTC:
North/South: 41 Keele, 168 Symington
West/East: 26 Dupont/4 Annette, 40 Junction, 127 Davenport
Rapid Transit: Dundas West, Jane, Lansdowne, Spadina, St. George
Parish St. Joan of Arc
Website

Brother Edmund Rice Catholic Secondary School (equally known as Brother Edmund Rice CSS, BERCSS, Brother Edmund Rice, or Rice) is a former publicly funded high school in Toronto, Ontario, Canada managed by the Toronto Catholic District School Board. It was named after Edmund Ignatius Rice, a Roman Catholic missionary and educationalist and the founder of two religious institutes of religious brothers: the Congregation of Christian Brothers and the Presentation Brothers.

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