On January 2nd, 1944, His Grace Archbishop McGuigan blessed and formally opened Our Lady of Victory Catholic School.
Today, Our Lady of Victory School, under the guidance of our Pastor and the assistance of our parents, serves an urban community with a rich multicultural and ethnic mix of students representing a variety of languages and countries.
On June 5, 1994, the school celebrated its 50th anniversary. Well over 2,000 people took advantage of this opportunity to reflect on happy memories and celebrate accomplishments.
A new school facility was completed and officially opened in 2004.
The staff pledges to uphold the traditions we have inherited. We strive to instill pride in personal effort, the value of respect for others and commitment to our faith.
As originally published by Our Lady of Victory Catholic School
Primarily located along Eglinton Avenue between the Humber River and the Kitchener commuter rail line, the Mount Dennis neighbourhood was best known for Kodak Heights, once a major film manufacturing facility owned and operated by the Eastman Kodak Company. The area is a classic example of Toronto's diversity, with dozens of ethnic groups represented. The area contains a mix of duplexes, semi-detached and detached homes in addition to multi-level apartment buildings.View Neighbourhood