Dr Norman Bethune Collegiate Institute is a high school in Toronto, located in the northwest part of Scarborough. It was founded in 1979 and named after Norman Bethune. The school is attended by over 1800 students, most of whom speak a primary language other than English, the language of instruction. Bethune is also partners with the neighboring senior's homes: Mon Sheong and Tendercare, and with School #15 in Beijing, China.
Students taking Modern Language classes are offered many enrichment opportunities, including outings to French and Spanish movies, theatre productions and restaurants. Senior students may travel abroad to France and Spain. The Stellar Program is an enrichment program for grade 9 and 10 in Math and Science.
Students have many opportunities to explore their love of the arts. Students can choose from visual art, photography, computer art, dramatic arts vocal music, and repertoire instrumental music and strings. Outside the classroom, students can enrich their experience by joining the art club, the drama club, or the music council.