R. H. King Academy

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R. H. King Academy
(formerly R. H. King Collegiate Institute)
RH King CI Logo.svg
R.H. King Collegiate Institute Archway.jpg
R.H. King Academy new entrance, built 1976.
3800 St. Clair Avenue East
Scarborough, Toronto, Ontario, M1M 1V3
Coordinates 43°43′20″N 79°14′15″W / 43.72222°N 79.23750°W / 43.72222; -79.23750Coordinates: 43°43′20″N 79°14′15″W / 43.72222°N 79.23750°W / 43.72222; -79.23750
School type Public, alternative magnet high school
Motto We care, we strive, we serve

Diligimus Quaerimus Servimus
(Through hard task of wisdom)
Founded 1922
School board Toronto District School Board
(Scarborough Board of Education)
Oversight Toronto Lands Corporation
Superintendent Kerry-Lynn Stadnyk
Area trustee Parthi Kandavel
School number 4148 / 937266
Administrator Shanta Das
Principal David Rowan
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 1270 (2015-16)
Language English
Colour(s) Black, Navy Blue, Light Blue, Green and Gold                     
Mascot Kingsley lion
Team name King Lions
Newspaper Kingsley Voice
Yearbook The Bluff
Affiliation Secular

R. H. King Academy (also called R. H. King, RHKA, RHK or King) is a secondary school (and a de facto alternative school) located in Scarborough, Toronto, Ontario and is part of the Toronto District School Board. Founded in 1922 as Scarborough High School, the school became Scarborough Collegiate Institute in January 1930, before becoming R. H. King Collegiate Institute in 1954 and renamed again to R. H. King Academy in 1989. King was the first secondary school built in the former township of Scarborough and second-oldest surviving institution in the Scarborough district, after Agincourt Collegiate Institute. The motto for R. H. King Academy is "Diligimus Quaerimus Servimus" (We Care, We Strive, We Serve).

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