Bathurst Heights Secondary School

Bathurst Heights Secondary School was a public high school located in the North York district of Toronto, and serving the area of Lawrence Avenue West and Allen Road (a.k.a. Lawrence Heights). Bathurst Heights closed its doors on June 23rd 2001. However, starting from September 2011, a new school called John Polanyi Collegiate Institute was opened which is a semestered school offering a "full range of university, college and apprenticeship programs." Students from the former Sir Sandford Fleming Academy will be transferred to this site as Fleming becomes a Toronto Catholic District School Board's Dante Alighieri Academy Beatrice Campus.

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