T. Lazarou, B.P.H.E., B.Ed., M.Ed.
Mr. Lazarou is beginning his sixth year as Principal of Wexford Collegiate School for the Arts. He is thrilled and honoured to be a member of the Wexford family and community.
Before being promoted to Principal, Mr. Lazarou was Vice Principal at Agincourt C.I. and East York C.I. He is returning to Wexford CSA, having taught Health and Physical Education and Science here in the early 1990s. He left Wexford to become the Curriculum Leader of Health and Physical Education at Winston Churchill C.I. Mr. Lazarou has a strong commitment in promoting and supporting student academic achievement through the Arts, Co-curricular and Community involvement.
Mr. Lazarou has a Bachelor of Physical and Health Education, a Bachelor of Education and a Masters of Educational Leadership from the University of Toronto. In addition, he has a Specialist in Health and Physical Education. He also holds a certification as an Emergency Medical Paramedic working in York Region.
T. Peel, Hons. B.A., M.Ed.
The Toronto District School Board approved the transfer of Ms. T. Peel, Vice Principal at Winston Churchill Collegiate Institution to the position of Vice Principal at Wexford Collegiate School for the Arts, effective September 2015.
Prior to her appointment at Wexford, Ms. Peel has spent an extensive amount of time working with at-risk and special needs students through initiatives such as the TDSB’s Focus on Success program.
Ms. Peel has a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Toronto, a Master's of Science in Education from Canisius College in New York, USA. In addition, she has her Honours Specialist qualification in English.
P. Pink Grant, Hons. B.Sc, B.Ed., M.Ed.
The Toronto District School Board approved the transfer of Ms. P. Pink-Grant, Vice Principal at Cedarbrae Collegiate Institution to the position of Vice Principal at Wexford Collegiate School for the Arts, effective September 2018.
Prior to her Vice-Principal appointments, Ms. Pink-Grant was the Curriculum Leader of the Business department at Satec @ W.A. Porter. In her role, she has worked extensively with all the major stakeholders of the school environment. Ms. Pink-Grant has a strong passion for supporting and motivating students to be successful, despite challenges that they may be experiencing. She is dedicated to students and to their academic achievement while promoting the importance of students’ mental health and well-being.
Ms. Pink-Grant has a Bachelor of Social Science from the University Of The West Indies, Jamaica; a Master's of Arts in Education from Central Michigan University, Michigan, USA. In addition, she has her Honours Specialist qualifications in Business and Computer Science.