L'Amoreaux Collegiate InstituteEdit profile
Coordinates: 43°48′6.93″N 79°19′4.31″W / 43.801925°N 79.3178639°W / 43.801925; -79.3178639
L'Amoreaux Collegiate Institute ("L'Am" for short) is a public high school in Toronto, located in north-east Scarborough. The motto of the school is Freedom with Responsibility. L'Amoreaux has an extended French program, and over three quarters of the students do not use English as their primary language. L'Amoreaux is attended by about 1000 students.
The school, designed by noted Canadian architect Raymond Moriyama, opened in the fall of 1973. Distinctive in interior design, it featured a large tiered Central Market Square in lieu of the standard auditoriums of similar sized facilities that had tended to be largely unused. The school hall featured in rock band Rush's 1982 video for the single Subdivisions.