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The property was purchased in 1905 by the family of Cyrus Mc Cormick (whose farm implement business evolved to become International Harvester).) of the property in 1931 and turned it into a boys' school.

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De La Salle College "Oaklands" was founded by, and continues to be administered by the Institute of the Brothers of the Christian Schools.

It is part of a global community of Lasallian educational institutions who are assisted by more than 73,000 lay colleagues and teach over 900,000 students in over 80 countries and vary from teaching in impoverished nations like Nigeria to post-secondary institutions like La Salle University in Philadelphia, Bethlehem University and De La Salle University-Manila.

Twenty years later, the school was extended to include secondary education and took over the former Bank of Upper Canada building next door.

The name De La Salle Institute was changed to De La Salle College in 1880 when university entrance courses were added to the commercial curriculum.

In its first year, the school was home to 270 students and had matriculation classes ranging from Grade 5 through to Grade 10. In 1970, the 1st 5 grades were phased out, leaving only Grades 6, 7 and 8 in addition to the full high school curriculum.

The school's primary focus is its emphasis on academia above all other matters.The traditional students' blazer was abandoned, returning in 1974.By 1987, the maintenance, curriculum, funding and control of the entire high school was under the MSSB.The central administration of the Brothers operates out of the Generalate in Rome and is made up of the Superior General and his councillors.From 1851 to present day, the Brothers based in English Canada have provided assistance in creating 58 schools ("Lasallian Educational Apostolates") primarily in Ontario, along with a few schools in Ottawa, Edmonton, Montreal, Saskatchewan and Cleveland, Ohio.Located in Deer Park, an estate named "Oaklands" was once part of the Crown Lands deeded to the Honourable John Elmsley in 1798.

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