Timothy Eaton Business and Technical Institute

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Timothy Eaton Business and Technical Institute
1251 Bridletowne Circle

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Coordinates 43°47′38″N79°18′39″W / 43.79393°N 79.31084°W / 43.79393; -79.31084
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Former nameTimothy Eaton Secondary School (1971-1987)
School type Public, High school
Vocational High school
MottoVincit Omnia Veritas
(Truth conquers all things)
Founded1971
StatusDemolished
Closed2009
School board Toronto District School Board
(Scarborough Board of Education)
OversightToronto Lands Corporation
SuperintendentMarc Sprack
LN09
Area trusteeManna Wong
Ward 20
School number4220 / 948608
PrincipalMegan Bradshaw
Grades 9-13
Enrollment272 (2008-09)
Language English
Colour(s)Maroon and Black   
Team nameEaton Razorbacks (1971-1994)
Eaton Huskies (1994-2009)

Timothy Eaton Business and Technical Institute, formerly Timothy Eaton Secondary School is a defunct high school in the L'Amoreaux area of Toronto, Ontario, Canada originally operated by the Scarborough Board of Education. [1] [2] [3] [4] The school was named after Timothy Eaton, the founder of the now-defunct Eaton's department store chain. The site is now a residential development called Eaton on the Park Townhomes.

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  1. Louise Brown (2009-04-22). "Board votes to close Timothy Eaton trade school". Toronto Star. Thestar.com. Retrieved May 18, 2014.
  2. "From schools to cash Public board plans to sell vocational, outdoor education schools". East York Mirror. Insidetoronto.com. 2010-07-08. Retrieved May 18, 2014.
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  4. "Eaton ARC Board package(3)Final.pdf" (PDF). Toronto District School Board.