Leaside High School

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Leaside High School
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200 Hanna Road
Toronto, Ontario, M4G 3N9
Coordinates 43°42′40″N 79°22′23″W / 43.7112°N 79.3731°W / 43.7112; -79.3731Coordinates: 43°42′40″N 79°22′23″W / 43.7112°N 79.3731°W / 43.7112; -79.3731
School type High school
Motto "Seas Gu Dileas"
(Stand Faithfully)
Founded 1945
School board Toronto District School Board
Principal Jeannette Plonka
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 954
Language English, French
Campus Urban
Colour(s) Black, green and gold             
Mascot Lance Lancer
Newspaper The Leaside Chronicle

Leaside High School is a school of between 900 and 1000 pupils in central-east Toronto, Ontario, Canada, at the corner of Eglinton and Bayview Avenues. The school was established in 1945 and is located in the Leaside neighbourhood.

Feeder schools for Leaside High School include Bessborough Public School, Bennington Heights Public School, Northlea Public School and Rolph Road Public School.[1] The school houses the French immersion program, from Cosburn Middle School and Northlea E.M.S.

In late 2006, Leaside High was rated "Best Toronto School for Languages" by Toronto Life magazine.

In 1999 the school was used in the music video for Canadian pop group Len's song "Feelin' Alright".[2]


In March of 2015, a seventeen year old boy was stabbed and robbed outside of Leaside High School.[3] According to police, the incident stemmed from a fight prior. The victim was transported to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. A male suspect was arrested following the incident.[4]


Leaside High School has its own alumni website featuring hundreds of Clan Call (yearbook) photos, videos and a quarterly newsletter.

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