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Weston Collegiate Institute

100 Pine St, Toronto, ON
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Weston Collegiate Institute, Toronto Reviews (1)

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By Cherry Whooping-Crane on Mar 31, 2016
When the school had it's open-house, I marvelled at how historic the school seemed at first glance while settling in the STRIKING auditorium. The beginning of the year was upbeat while friendships were manifested. However, as the months flew by my fantasied image wore off and it was a wake-up call that this school is terrible, indeed.. The school is quite counterpart to a prison with classes being cells. There are limited lights (the halls are very dimly lit). The IB program (which I'm in) is prestigious but it transforms you into a living robot. Teachers and students are inconsiderate with the mental health of students (e.g I get 2 hours of sleep and I'm at the brink of depression and complete desolation and NO ONE WOULD CARE. While if I broke my skull, there'll surely be attention and publicity given.) The student body lacks spirit overall; the halls are empty during lunch. I, personally feel like I'm now a part of the floor or the walls. The gap between academic students and IB students are vast. I can see why IB students dislike academic students--they're simply careless and tend to disturb others with their "activities outside of class" and boisterous behaviour. This is coming from a person who tries to retain judgement and tries to see the goodness in others. The only positive assets of the school are the wide range courses and the International Baccalaureate Program. The clubs fail to garner interest and dedication (with exception to the large clubs--Student Council, ACLC, Best Buddies) I'm simply disgusted with 99% of the student body and the school, itself. But I may sacrifice my happiness and health for the IB Diploma, who knows. Or maybe I'm just simply forever a misanthrope.

Whoever you are, if you're an offended school enthusiast or just simply a Freshman wanting to read this school's reviews, don't take my judgement to heart. These are my utmost, honest opinions. To future students attending within the next 3 years, I challenge you to figure out my identity.
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