The North Toronto CI school community marked Remembrance Day in a moving ceremony on Friday, November 10. This annual service is sponsored by the Foundation, which was recognized in the program, and Advisory Board chair Ron Wakelin was honoured to participate by reading In Flanders Fields.Continue reading NTCI marks Remembrance Day
Here is the North Toronto Collegiate Howler from 100 years ago (1923). View it in full screen mode for best results…
We have begun the (slow) process of scanning yearbooks. A few are featured here: https://ntci.on.ca/foundation/yearbooks/
A Governor General Award-winning playwright and actor; a pioneering Canadian conductor who founded the Tafelmusik Chamber Choir; one of the country’s most celebrated oboeists; and a Grammy Award-winning cellist.Continue reading Speaker Series: The Art of Making Art
The Advisory Board of the NTCI Foundation has an opening for a new director and treasurer. Qualifications for this position are being an NTCI grad and having the willingness and skill to perform this duty.Continue reading We’re looking for a new treasurer to join our Foundation board
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the class of 1973. A reunion is planned for May 13. If you would like to attend, please contact the reunion committee at NTCI73@gmail.com for more details.
The class of ’82 are celebrating their 60th birthdays this year and last year’s 40th anniversary of graduating high together on May 13. Please join the NTCI Class of ’82 Facebook group or email email@example.com for information.
Get your 60th birthday bash tickets here:
Get your tickets early for this celebratory milestone on May 11 and 12!
In addition to showcasing current music groups, the 75th Maytime Melodies features performances by alumni ensembles made up of grads from the 1950s to the 2020s and conducted by former NTCI Music Department staff.Continue reading Join us celebrating 75 years of Maytime Melodies at North Toronto CI
It’s hard to believe it’s been 10 years. Come join the class of 2013 and see how a decade has changed everyone – except you, of course. Join us at the Granite Brewery on Saturday, April 29 from 5pm-8pm.Continue reading Calling all alumni from the Class of 2013
Calling all NT Music grads! This year will mark the 75th annual Maytime Melodies. We will be celebrating by coordinating 4 alumni ensembles: Orchestra (conducted by Mike Ferguson), Choir (conducted by Camilla Rayman Bricknell), Concert (Symphonic) Band (conducted by Joel McNaughton), and Jazz (Stage) Band (conducted by Liz Monteith).Continue reading Maytime Melodies – 75th Edition
Article reprinted with permission from Graffiti, The Voice of NT.
The 2022 Juno Awards are fast approaching, and while I don’t know much about the nominees, I do know one thing: this year, North Toronto C.I. has a personal connection.
Emily D’Angelo, NT alum of 2012, is nominated for the 2022 Juno Awards in the Best Classical Album Award (Solo) category for her album enargeia, featuring newly-interpreted works from the 12th and 21st centuries.Continue reading Emily D’Angelo: NT’s Claim to Fame
This past February, NT student groups had the opportunity to request funds from the NT Foundation in the bi-annual Dragon’s Den. As part of our mandate, the NT foundation welcomes financial requests from student-led groups to help support the arts, athletics, and student well-being. Over the years, the Foundation has helped send students on outreach trips, supported in-school workshops and helped fund the annual Remembrance Day assembly.Continue reading Foundation Dragon Den Results in Sponsorships for Student Newspaper, Girls Hockey, PALS, and Prom