School Mission
Achieving excellence today in preparation for tomorrow. With our school community, we are committed to providing a safe and stimulating environment, so that students will strive for academic excellence, participate in co-curricular activities, and grow into socially responsible citizens and enthusiastic life-long learners.

School History
LCVI was built in 1889; however, the current school building contains areas that were built in 1954, 1976, and 2002. The two story structure occupies approximately 137,000 square feet. Throughout its history, LCVI has distinguished itself academically. Many graduates have been awarded prestigious entrance scholarships to post-secondary institutions including two Rhodes Scholars and one Commonwealth Scholar. Prominent LCVI graduates are celebrated in the school’s Alumni Hall of Honour.

General Information

  • Semestered school
  • Aramark provides a nutritious cafeteria menu
  • Grade 9 EQAO math scores exceed provincial average
  • LCVI has the highest OSSLT success rate in TLDSB
  • School is entirely wheelchair accessible
  • Currently 30 interactive SMART white boards

Parent Participation
A committee comprised of LCVI parents, community members, students, and staff meet monthly and organize several projects throughout the year.


  • Advanced Placement Program – provides motivated students with an opportunity to earn credit or advanced standing for university credits while completing related high school credits
  • Dual Credit Courses, Co-op, OYAP, and SHSM programs in Health and Wellness, Construction, Information and Communications Technology, and Arts and Culture
  • Instrumental music, media, and Theatre Arts
  • Virtual Learning courses
  • Mathematics/Science academic contests
  • Student Success programs
  • Special Education and Practical Academics and Lifeskills Co-op
  • GOLDSTAR construction program

Events & Activities

  • Trish Peter Memorial Fun Run
  • Me to We, Toonies for Tibet
  • Extensive athletic programs
  • Award winning intramural program
  • Student Council organizes numerous spirit activities, dances, and fundraisers
  • Student Band performances, Musical, Arts Trips
  • Grade 9 orientation
  • Active Alliance Group
  • Canadian Living “Breakfast for Learning” program
  • Fundraising spirit activities for United Way, Cancer, Christmas Families, World Vision Foster Children, and the Food Drive
  • Commencement and Honours Assembly awards provide $18,000 in prizes and awards

Enrolment: 709

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