1515 Bathurst Street
CA M5P 3H4
St. Michael's College School Archives
St. Michael's College School was established in by the Congregation of St. Basil (Basilian Fathers) 1852 and moved to its current location in 1950.
The archives are located at the school in Toronto, Ontario.
The archives collects materials relating to St. Michael's College School. It continues to seek archival materials relevant to activities or the school community from it inception in 1852 to the present day.
The current school building was designed by Ernest Cormier. There are less than a half dozen hockey arenas similar to design to the school's. The archives is located on the second floor of the arena.
Archival holdings consist of early student mark books, files relating to alumni and staff who have achieved prominence, photos and video materials relating to arts and athletic activities of the school.
The online database is accessible online via the school's website.
The archives is open from Tuesday to Thursday, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. most weeks. Access is by appointment only.
Access to materials and usage are subject to restrictions,
The archives are located on the second floor of the arena and are only accessible via stairs. It is not accessible to those with physical disabilities but alternative arrangements for access to materials are possible.