Monsignor Fraser College

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Monsignor Fraser College
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Isabella campus
Address
146 Isabella Street
Cabbagetown, Toronto, Ontario, M4Y 1P6
Canada
Coordinates 43°40′11″N 79°22′36″W / 43.6698°N 79.3768°W / 43.6698; -79.3768Coordinates: 43°40′11″N 79°22′36″W / 43.6698°N 79.3768°W / 43.6698; -79.3768
Information
School type Catholic Alternative High School
Catholic Adult High School
Religious affiliation(s) Catholic
Founded 1975
School board Toronto Catholic District School Board
Superintendent Vincent Burzotta
Student Success School Support Initiative
Area trustee Jo-Ann Davis
Ward 9
School number 533 / 680362 (Isabella)
Other Campuses:
532 / 733474 (Annex)
532 / 681500 (Midland)
496 / 681500 (Midland North)
558 / 927830 (Norfinch)
500 / 733490 (Orientation Centre)
Principal Marcello Mancuso
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 160 (2017-18)
Language English
Colour(s) Burgundy and Silver         
Parish Our Lady of Lourdes
Website

Monsignor Fraser College (also called as Monsignor Fraser, MFC, or Fraser) is a Roman Catholic specialized dual-track Alternative and Adult High School run by the Toronto Catholic District School Board in Toronto, Ontario, Canada with six campuses and various programs. The school was named in honour of John Andrew Mary Fraser (1887-September 3, 1962), the founder of the Scarborough Foreign Mission Society and a missionary.[1]

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  1. ^ "Home". Tcdsb.org. Retrieved 2013-07-13.

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