Danforth Collegiate and Technical Institute

Danforth Collegiate And Technical Institute

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Danforth Collegiate and Technical Institute is a secondary school in east Toronto, situated to the east of the city's Greek neighbourhood and between the Greenwood and Donlands subway stations. As the name suggests, it is set up as a technical school, with trades training and special shops for auto repair, carpentry etc. Danforth was built as a specialist technical school in 1922, so it has a number of specialist areas and a fair stock of equipment.

However, with other schools nearby, Danforth does not attract nearly as many students as it is capable of holding, because of other secondary schools such as East York Collegiate Institute and Riverdale Collegiate Institute causing DCTI (abbreviated) to be in between them (longitudinally) so a number of specialist programs are also held there, including the Gifted and Enriched programs, special classes for students with disabilities (including a special program for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing) and a number of specialist technical courses, such as the Math, Science, and Technology ("MaST") program. As a result, Danforth draws students from a wider area of the city than most other secondary schools


The building has been added to many times since it was founded, and there are sections of the school built in almost every decade of the twentieth century. Danforth has a reputation for its maze-like basement and general complexity. At least one basement level is permanently sealed to students creating a number of...
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