West Humber Collegiate Institute

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West Humber Collegiate Institute
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Address
1675 Martin Grove Road

, ,
Canada
Coordinates43°43′51″N 79°35′12″W / 43.730797°N 79.586635°W / 43.730797; -79.586635Coordinates: 43°43′51″N 79°35′12″W / 43.730797°N 79.586635°W / 43.730797; -79.586635
Information
School typePublic, high school
MottoAchievement through effort
Founded1966
School boardToronto District School Board
(Etobicoke Board of Education)
SuperintendentAlison Gaymes San Vicente
LN02[1]
Area trusteeHarpreet Gill
Ward 1[2]
PrincipalStephanie Todorovich[3]
Grades9-12
Enrollment1096[4] (September 30, 2021[5])
LanguageEnglish
Colour(s)Purple & Gold
MascotViking
Team nameVikes
Websiteschoolweb.tdsb.on.ca/whci/

West Humber Collegiate Institute (WHCI, West Humber) is a public high school in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is situated at the corner of Martin Grove Road and John Garland Blvd., just south of Finch Avenue West in the neighbourhood of Rexdale. Opened in 1966, the institute is owned and operated by the Toronto District School Board. Prior to 1998, it was overseen by the Etobicoke Board of Education.

Since 1998, the school has annually awarded the Pamela M. Prinold Memorial Scholarship. This scholarship is given to a student who demonstrates community involvement, making a difference in their community, and strength in volunteering and leadership – all qualities that Pam Prinold was renowned for.

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  1. ^ "West Humber Collegiate Institute". www.tdsb.on.ca. TDSB. Retrieved 25 August 2021.
  2. ^ "West Humber Collegiate Institute Info". www.tdsb.on.ca. TDSB. Retrieved 19 August 2020.
  3. ^ "West Humber Collegiate Institute". www.tdsb.on.ca. TDSB. Retrieved 16 September 2021.
  4. ^ "Toronto District School Board > Find your... > Schools > Facts and Figures". tdsb.on.ca. TDSB. Retrieved 2 December 2021.
  5. ^ "West Humber Collegiate Institute enrollmentEn". www.tdsb.on.ca. TDSB. Retrieved 19 August 2020.
  6. ^ "#TBT: Gretzky's name was spelled wrong in his high school yearbook". NHL.com. NHL. Retrieved 31 August 2020.