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Humber Summit is a neighbourhood in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
It is one of the northernmost neighbourhoods in Toronto, located in the North York district of the city.
It is bounded by Steeles Avenue to the north, Duncanwoods Dr to the east, Finch Avenue to the south, and follows the Humber River (east branch) to the west.In the 1840s, Humber Summit began as a pioneer community, centred on the grist and saw mills. However, as the city boundaries crept closer, the area evolved into a resort community, called Riverbend Park.
It became home to a large number of Toronto residents who built cottages on the banks of the Humber River. When Hurricane Hazel hit Toronto in 1954, a large number of the cottages were swept away by the overflowing river.Schools in this neighbourhood:-Gracedale Public School is a public elementary school on Gracedale Boulevard.
-Humber Summit Middle School is a public middle school on Pearldale Avenue.
-St. Roch Catholic School is a catholic elementary & middle school on Duncanwoods Drive.
-Venerable John Merlini Catholic School is a catholic school on Whitfield Avenue.