St. Joseph's Intermediate and Commercial School

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St. Joseph's Intermediate and Commercial School
Thomas Merton Academy
444 Sherbourne Street
Cabbagetown, Toronto, Ontario, M4X 1K2
Coordinates 43°39′58″N 79°22′29″W / 43.66613°N 79.37460°W / 43.66613; -79.37460
School type Catholic High School
Vocational High School
Motto Congregavit nos in unum Christi amor
(The love of Christ has gathered us together into one)
Religious affiliation(s) Roman Catholic
(Sisters of St. Joseph)
Established 1880 (as St. Joseph Commercial School)
1985 (as Thomas Merton, closed 1988)
School board Metropolitan Separate School Board
Superintendent John Shanahan
Area 6
Area trustee Jo-Ann Davis
Ward 9
School number 812730
Grades 9-13
Parish Our Lady of Lourdes

St. Joseph's Intermediate and Commercial School (St. Joseph's Commercial School, SJICS, or St. Joe's Sherbourne) is a former Catholic High school located in the Cabbagetown neighbourhood of Toronto, Ontario, Canada part of the Metropolitan Separate School Board (now the Toronto Catholic District School Board). The school was later renamed to Thomas Merton Academy (Thomas Merton, TMA, or Merton) in 1985 after the Anglo-American monk Thomas Merton.[1][2]

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