Toronto District School Board

Humberside Collegiate Institute

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  • Address:   280 Quebec Ave, Toronto - Central, ON, M6P 2V3
  • Language:   French Immersion
  • Public/Private:   public
  • Grades:   9 - 12
  • Website:   schools.tdsb.on.ca/humberside
  • Phone Number: 416-393-8122
Fraser Institute Report (2014)
Fraser Ranking 8.1/10
Parent's Average Income $128,500
Special Needs Percentage 10.8%
Ratio of EQAO Tests below Standard 9.7%
EQAO Results (2014)
# of Students Math
Grade 9 316 96.0%
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45 Glenwood Ave.
$1,799,000

Beds: 4 Baths: 3

80 Mulock Ave.
$2,800

Beds: 2 Baths: 1

111 Mulock Ave.
$1,300

Beds: 1 Baths: 1

393 Armadale Ave.
$1,499,999

Beds: 4 Baths: 2
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