Brebeuf College School is a Roman Catholic all-boys' high school in Toronto founded by the Jesuits (Society of Jesus) in 1963 and associated with the Presentation Brothers since 1984. Brebeuf College has a tradition of devotion to Christian values and academic excellence, which prepares students for university and to be "men for others".
Students participate in a various activities, including faith and service-related clubs, music and drama productions, and athletic programmess at both the intramural and extramural levels. Extended French, Gifted, ESL, and Co-operative Education programs are available for students with appropriate qualifications.
As well, Brebeuf offers an Enriched programme that allows students to study advanced material and to develop university level skills, preparing them to take the AP exam and earn an Advanced Placement university credit while still in high school. Students in this 4-year program will study an enriched curriculum in English, Mathematics, Science, and history.
The school operates on the semester system and has an enrolment of approximately 1,000 students. The majority of students come from Willowdale and northern Scarborough; roughly 20% live in York Region and students travel from as far away as Newmarket, Mississauga, and Pickering to attend the College. Almost 20% of the teaching staff is alumni.