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  1. Glebe Collegiate Institute is a grade 9-12 school offering English, French Immersion, and English as a Second Language programs.

    • 212 Glebe Ave, Ottawa, ON K1S 2C9
  2. Glebe Collegiate Institute (GCI) is a high school in the Glebe neighbourhood of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Administered by the Ottawa-Carleton District School Board (OCDSB), Glebe Collegiate Institute has approximately 1,700 students and is the district's largest school.

    • 1923
    • In Alta Tende, (Strive for the Heights)
    • The Gryphon
    • Robin Small
  3. General Information. Glebe Collegiate Institute, located in the beautiful Glebe neighbourhood, has developed a rich tradition over its 94-year history. Hallmarks of the Glebe tradition are the outstanding academic programs, central Ottawa’s only Gifted French Immersion Program, a stellar Arts Program, and Glebe has earned the distinction of ...

  4. Glebe Collegiate Institute. At Glebe, we offer courses that enable all students to explore several fields of the academia. There are many departments, that strive to teach students useful skills that they apply to real life situations.

    • 212 Glebe Ave, Ottawa, ON K1S 2C9
  5. 15 apr 2022 · Glebe Collegiate Institute was completed in 1923 on the “outskirts” of Ottawa. For information on anniversary celebrations currently planned for October 14-16, 2022, visit Photo: Courtesy of GCI. By Zahra Duxbury.

  6. 10 giu 2022 · By Blake Butler. This September marks the 100th anniversary of Glebe Collegiate Institute (GCI). The school has been home to more than 40,000 students and 3,000 teachers since it first opened in September 1922. It is a fixture of the Glebe community.

  7. 26 ott 2022 · Glebe Collegiate Institute Celebrates 100th Anniversary - Ottawa-Carleton District School Board. Celebrating Creativity and Community as Students Return to School. Goulbourn Middle School Student’s Illustration Featured in J.K. Rowling’s Book. Nepean High School’s Diverse Student Union Engages Students in Conversations and Action for Equity.