Jean Vanier Catholic School

Local nameJean Vanier Catholic School
LocationScarborough Centre, Toronto, Canada

Jean Vanier Catholic Secondary School, simply Jean Vanier or Vanier is a Roman Catholic high school, part of the Toronto Catholic District School Board - formerly known as the Metropolitan Separate School Board, in the Eglinton East neighbourhood of Scarborough in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The school was opened as Tabor Park Vocational School by the Scarborough Board of Education and later owned by the Toronto District School Board, after which the building was leased to the MSSB/TCDSB in 1989.

The school is named after Jean Vanier, the founder of L'Arche in 1964. The school is informally known as New Tabor Park to avoid confusion with Georges Vanier Secondary School and is also sometimes referred to as the Maverick Ranch, a type of unbranded horse. The school educates 1002 students as of the 2016-17 academic year and it is ranked 331 out of 725 schools in the Fraser Institute report card. Its motto is "Through Knowledge Toward God".

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Coordinates 43°44'17.177" N -79°15'30.612" E

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