Upcoming Events

May
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all-day Opening Day Graduating Art Exhib...
Opening Day Graduating Art Exhib...
May 13 – May 27 all-day
Opening Day Graduating Art Exhibition
NT’s Annual Art Exhibition The North Toronto Collegiate Institute visual arts department presents their annual art show featuring varieties of art works and mediums. This year, the name of the exhibition is # No Filter   ...Continue Reading
May
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Thu
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May 28 all-day
 
all-day Prom
Prom
May 28 all-day
 
Jun
1
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.day 2
Jun 1 all-day
 
all-day Athletic Banquet – date change
Athletic Banquet – date change
Jun 1 all-day
The date of the banquet has been moved to June 1st (from June 2nd)

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Partly cloudy skies in the morning will give way to cloudy skies during the afternoon. High 21C. Winds SW at 15 to 30 km/h.

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Graffiti wins awards at Toronto Star High School Newspaper Contest

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Congratulations to the winners in the Toronto Star High School Newspaper Contest: Feature Writing-Short – Runner-up: CHITTA CHOWDHURRY Feature Writing-Long – 1st Place: FAY ASIMAKOPOULOS Feature Writing-Long – Runner-up: JANE BRADSHAW Sports Writing-Reporting – 1st Place: BEN KEYMER Sports Writing-Feature – 1st Place: EYAL WILK Sports Writing-Feature – Runner-up: BEN KEYMER Sports Writing-Column – 1st   …Continue Reading


Spring Into Arts

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Art Council wishes to thank the many talented drama, music and visual art students for participating in our second annual spring arts launch-Spring Into Art.  This informal lunchtime event seeks to announce the many senior, culminating arts events that we have to look forward to each year: Maytime Melodies, the Graduating Art Exhibition, and Lunch   …Continue Reading


Your 2015-16 Student Council

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Here is your 2015-16 Student Council: President – Jack Matthews Senior VP – Aris Van Halteren Junior VP – Cameron Cawston Treasurer – Minjae Kim Secretary – Eleni Anastasiadis Environmental Minister – Riley Scanlan Music Council Pres- Hayley McIlwraith Social Convenor – Heather Robertson NTAA Female Pres – Jocelyn Rough NTAA Male Pres – Jeff   …Continue Reading


Maytime Melodies – May 14th & 15th

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Maytime Melodies – May 14th & 15th 7:30pm Tickets $10 or $15 for a combo purchase of both nights. All seats reserved. For questions or further information please contact the Music Department at (416) 393-9180, ext. 20100 Tickets can be purchased at the box office at lunch or at 3:30 beginning on May 4th OR mail ticket   …Continue Reading


Final Parent Council Meeting – May 11- tonight!

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Please come to our final meeting of the 2014-2015 school year to hear Kate Jones, B.A. (Psychology), M.Ed. speak on the topic “Understanding My Kid’s Behaviour”. Kate will help us understand the natural differences in the temperament of our kids that will lead us to a greater appreciation and acceptance of our children’s behaviors. This   …Continue Reading


Michael Smith Challenge (Gr 10 Science Contest) Results Announced

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Congratulations to 3 North Toronto students who finished in the top 3% of almost 1700 grade 10 students in the Michael Smith Challenge. This science contest, sponsored by the University of British Columbia, is named in honour of the 1993 Nobel Prize winner in Chemistry. Ernest Hung (top 1%) David Chu Henry Kelsey http://outreach.phas.ubc.ca/exams-and-competitions/michael-smith-challenge/msc-english/


Mental Health Week (now with links)

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Please attend the following events during NT’s Mental Health Awareness Week (May 1-7): Our Stressbuster sessions happening May 1st – Kung Fu, Zumba or Yoga Our Anti-Stigma Forum taking place May 4 at lunch in the auditorium.Here you will learn about mental health & hear stories of hope & recovery from youth who’ve dealt with mental health   …Continue Reading


tdsbCARES: Nepal Region Earthquake Relief

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Dear Parent/Guardian, At NTCI we are participating in the tdsbCARES: Nepal Region Earthquake Relief fundraising efforts to support the Canadian Red Cross as they provide assistance to the people in Nepal following the powerful earthquake that devastated parts of the country last weekend. NTCI  will be collecting donations of cash or cheques, which will be forwarded   …Continue Reading


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