School buildings--Ontario--Toronto

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Educational buildings, SEF program (Study of Educational Facilities)

Photographs of buildings constructed under the SEF (Study of Educational Facilities) program by the Metropolitan School Board. These buildings were featured In the article "SEF - A Critical Evaluation" published in Canadian Architect, February 1972, pp.26-33. The buildings are used as a critique of the SEF program by prominent Toronto Architects, including:Howard V. Walker, Ronald M. Glaiser, W. T. Pentland, George A. Robb, John N. Shaw, and Alan Wilcox. The buildings themselves are not named in the article, but Denlow Public School, Brooks Road Junior Public School, and Don Valley Junior High School have been identified. Articles on SEF also appeared in Canadian Architect, December 1969 and April 1971.

West Park vocational school

Photographs of the interior of a technical school showing students in classrooms and the gymnasium, as well as hallways with wood-panneled walls. Two exterior views of the brick building, one showing a raised concrete walkway at the second storey.

Toronto, Toronto French School

Photographs of the exterior of a three-storey brick school building with bay windows located at 101 Mildenhall Road in the Don Mills neighbourhood of Toronto. A piece of paper adhered to the verso of one of the photographs gives details of the building's submission to the OMRC Annual Design Awards in 1971. A loose paper gives details of a Merit Award received (possibly OMRC). An excerpt from the jury report: "Located on a difficult by very beautiful site in a well established residential part of Toronto,... The Jury felt that the architects had succeeded in creating with the simplest forms of construction and the most economical finishes interior and exterior environments conducive to the learning process, to a feeling of well-being and to a greater awareness of the empathy that can and should exist between student and the natural world."

Panda/Croydon Associates

North Bridlewood public school

Exterior view of the single-storey concrete school building, taken in winter, and two interior views of classrooms. 1 classroom with students, 1 art room, empty and cluttered.

Jowett, Henry Roger