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Lakeshore Collegiate Institute (LCI) provides opportunities for you to enrich personal and academic achievement by providing a demanding curriculum that incorporates academics with the arts, technology, co-op and athletics. LCI is a dynamic school with a wide offering of programs for every student. 

Unique to LCI, in addition to our broad academic curriculum, is an extensive technology program called Centre of Innovation for Skills and Technology including programs in:

  • Construction

  • Health & Wellness (2017-2018)

  • Cosmetology & Aesthetics

  • Transportation

  • ICT

  • Hospitality & Tourism

Applications are required for access to the CyberARTS, AP, and the CIST (Centre of Innovation for Skills and Technology) WoodLINKS (fine furniture), CyberARTS, graphic design, photography and video production.

All students are invited to participate in our extra-curricular activities. The bantam, junior and senior level teams compete in a variety of sports such as football, volleyball, basketball, soccer, hockey, cricket, tennis, golf, baseball, cross-country, track and field and wresting. There is a wide array of clubs, including FIRST Robotics, environmental, poetry, student leadership and student council to name but a few, providing something for everyone. LCI has an excellent intramural program that recently earned provincial recognition.  The access to the Sports Dome provides student with year-round access to field sports including soccer, football, lacrosse, and the like.

Literacy Test Preparation 2016 - March 31, 2016

Literacy Test Preparation

Come for a Visit

If you would like more information, you should contact the L.C.I. Guidance Office. The guidance counsellors will be glad to answer any questions you may have about all areas of L.C.I. You can also book a visit with them. Just call the main school number found on the "About Us" page and follow the voice prompts to reach the guidance office.

Ready to Register

If you are planning to attend L.C.I., you should contact the main office prior to coming to register. The secretary will tell you what documents you need to bring with you, as well as any other last-minute information.

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Optional Attendance due January 29

For students who want to register but live outside the area, the Optional attendance application process is due Friday January 29, 2016.
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