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London South Collegiate Institute Address 371 Tecumseh Avenue East London, Ontario, Canada Information Principal Larry Schneider Vice principal Larisa Grant Faculty 60 School type Public Campus Township Mascot Lion Colours Garnet and Grey Enrolment 1026[1] (31 October 2007) Average class size 20 students Athletics 25 Interscholastic teams Homepage London South Collegiate Institute, also known as "South Secondary"' or simply "South", is a public high school in London, Ontario, Canada, at 371 Tecumseh Avenue East. South is administered by the Thames Valley District School Board. Approximately 1,000 students attend the school in Old South London in grades 9-12, plus a co-op program. There is also a program for gifted students called the "Academy Program". The school colours are garnet and grey and the school mascot is the lion. South is known for its overall academic rigour and the strength of its arts program, which includes drama, visual arts, music and dance. It is one of the few schools in the city of London to still teach Latin. Contents 1 History 2 Renovations 3 Notable alumni 4 References 5 External links // History Originally called London South Collegiate Institute, it first opened in 1922 at the corner of Askin Street and Wharncliffe Road South, with 290 students and 10 teachers. The growing school moved to its current location on Tecumseh Avenue in June 1928, six years later. School pride was a focus right from the early years. According to the school's Web site, early students recited a daily pledge: "We're here to win the day for the garnet and grey, and to London South we pledge allegiance now". The school's Latin motto, "virtus repulsae nescia sordidae", means "courage will never know ignominious defeat." They are also known for their famous cheer: "Garnet and grey, garnet and grey, knock them down and leave them lay! Hit 'em low and hit 'em high, fight 'em fight 'em SCI! Go, South! Fight, fight fight!" This cheer is always used by their football teams, before and after games. Prominent teachers have included well-known Jungian psychologist Marion Woodman, who taught English at South in the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s. Her brother, Fraser Boa, also a Jungian analyst, was an English and theatre arts teacher. The children's author Welwyn Wilton Katz taught mathematics in the 1970s. Author John Krisak, co-founder of the Canadian Lyceum of Greece, was also an English teacher in the 1980s and 1990s. Renovations The new field The new bleachers Between 2005 and 2007, the rubber gym floor was replaced by a new wood floor, partly due to the success of the "Roar for the Floor" fundraising campaign. An outdoor scoreboard was also installed with money raised. In the summer of 2007, the field was revamped, with new sod, a sprinkler system, new football nets, bleachers, a paved track, new fence, and several portable classrooms removed. It was paid for by an alumnus, Matt Giffen, and was named, in memory of his father, the James A. Giffen Memorial Field. Notable alumni Robert Aziz, Jungian/ Freudian scholar, psychotherapist/author Dan Brodbeck, record producer David Brodbeck, experimental psychologist Keli Corpse, former Montreal Canadiens hockey player Tim Crellin, Canadian national swim team member (1995-98) Chris Doty, award-winning documentary filmmaker, historian, journalist and playwright Rob Drummond, NHL Player, Colorado Avalanche Robert Ford, diplomat and poet Ray Getliffe, former Montreal Canadiens hockey player, London Sports Hall of Fame inductee Shuman Ghosemajumder, technologist and author (former student council president) John Glassford, CFL player (Ottawa Roughriders), mid-to-late 1970s Herman Goodden, columnist, playwright and author Dianne Haskett, former mayor, City of London (1994-2000) Vaughn Martin, NFL player Harry Muir, former Toronto Blue Jays pitcher (Baby Jays) Kate Nelligan, film actress (Frankie and Johnny, The Prince of Tides, A Wrinkle in Time) Laura Robinson, co-inventor of the board game Balderdash Stan Readings, a former London city treasurer Walter Stewart, journalist[citation needed] References Lion's Pride Fall 2007 Newsletter ^ "Secondary School Student Enrolment". Thames Valley District School Board. 2007-10-31. Retrieved 2008-01-26.  External links Official site South Collegiate Alumni Association Coordinates: 42°58′8.5″N 81°14′32.0″W / 42.969028°N 81.24222°W / 42.969028; -81.24222 v • d • e Secondary schools in the Thames Valley District School Board A.B. Lucas | Annandale | Arthur Voaden | Central Elgin | Clarke Road | College Avenue | East Elgin | Glencoe District | Glendale | H. B. Beal | Huron Park | Ingersoll District | London Central | London South | Lord Dorchester | Medway | Montcalm | N. Middlesex District | Norwich District | Oakridge | Parkside | Saunders | Sir Fredrick Banting | Sir George Ross | Sir Wilfrid Laurier | Strathroy District | Thames | West Elgin | Westminster | Woodstock Ontario Academic Credit