Etobicoke Collegiate Institute

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Etobicoke Collegiate Institute
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86 Montgomery Road
Etobicoke, Toronto, Ontario, M9A 3N5
Coordinates 43°39′0.73″N 79°31′20.74″W / 43.6502028°N 79.5224278°W / 43.6502028; -79.5224278Coordinates: 43°39′0.73″N 79°31′20.74″W / 43.6502028°N 79.5224278°W / 43.6502028; -79.5224278
Type Public High School
Motto Semper Ad Meliora
(Always Towards the Better)
Religious affiliation(s) Secular
Established 1928
School board Toronto District School Board
(Etobicoke Board of Education)
School district Etobicoke
Superintendent Susan Winter
Area trustee Chris Glover
School number 2802 / 909572
Principal Jeanette Plonka
Staff 105
Grades 9–12
Enrollment 1202 (2012–13)
Color(s) Garnet, green and gold
Athletics conference TDSAA, OFSAA-"AAAA"
Mascot Ram (Ruckus the Ram)
Team name Etobicoke Rams

Etobicoke Collegiate Institute (ECI, Etobicoke CI) is a high school at the former centre of Etobicoke in the Islington neighbourhood of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, and is overseen by the former Etobicoke Board of Education, which is part of the merged Toronto District School Board.


Etobicoke Collegiate Institut was founded in the fall of 1928 and is one of Toronto's oldest schools and the first and traditionally central school for Etobicoke, having celebrated its 75th anniversary in 2003. The high school has about 1450 students and over 100 teachers. Etobicoke Collegiate Institute is also the second-surviving high school in Etobicoke after the now-defunct Mimico High School (whose building now houses John English Junior Middle School).

E.C.I's traditional rivals are Richview Collegiate Institute, about 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) north. The two schools compete in football and other sports and share a somewhat similar socioeconomic demographic.

The school building has been a shooting location for a few films and commercials, including Mean Girls in 2003.

The Etobicoke Collegiate Institute extracurricular activity list stretches from music to most sports to Model U.N., Reach for the Top and the Robotics Team (2185). Competing in the FIRST robotics competition (FRC), 2007 results include a 23rd-place finish out of 63 teams in GTA championships. 2008 results include a 64th-place finish out of 66 teams in GTA championships. In 2009, the team won both the Waterloo and Greater Toronto Regional Championships. Going into the 2012 season, with a rookie team, finishing 17 out of 36 teams in GTA East Championships; defeated in the quarterfinals and finishing 44 out of 54 teams in the GTA West Championships; defeated in the semi-finals.

Etobicoke Collegiate's Student Administrative Council is made up of 10 elected student leaders.


Fall Sports: Basketball, Football, Cross Country, Tennis, Golf

Winter Sports: Ice Hockey, Swimming, Badminton, Volleyball, Curling, Wrestling (2010/2011 debut)

Spring Sports: Soccer, Baseball, Softball, Track and Field, Ultimate Frisbee, Lacrosse

Notable alumni[edit]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Ken Dryden: Growing Up". Ken Dryden campaign. Retrieved 2007-10-27.
  2. ^ "JAM! Music – Pop Encyclopedia: Healey, Jeff". CANOE. Retrieved 2007-10-27.
  3. ^$File/Donald%20K%20Smythe.doc

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