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40 students graduating from high schools and CEGEPs from across Canada are invited to participate in the House of Commons Page Program. For eligibility and how to apply click here.
Chat with 100+ non-profits. Whether you want to meet celebrities at a film festival, care for animals at a local shelter, or fight climate change, you’ll find a role that interests you. More here.
To help you make an informed decision when choosing a school, TDSB schools host open houses and information nights for parents and students each year between October and January. Learn everything you need to know about our incredible variety of schools, programs and courses. More here.
One year ago, the site was a grass schoolyard. Today, it is an organic farm and the site of a hands-on learning program called School Grown. Read more.
One-Stop Shop for Your College Information Needs. Learn about unique college programs, campus life and more… All 26 ON Colleges. Financial Info Available. Find Out How To Apply. Meet Faculty & Staff. Learn more here.
High school students can check out their post-secondary school options at this annual event. Admission is free.
People for Education’s 2018 Annual report on Ontario’s schools focuses on need for education “ecosystem”. Read more.
New Student Dress Policy: The TDSB’s new student dress policy is now in effect. The new policy provides students with learning environments that are safe, equitable, welcoming and inclusive and recognizes that decisions about dress reflect individual expression of identity, socio-cultural norms, and economic factors and are personal and important factor’s to a person’s well-being and health.
Health and Physical Education Curriculum: On August 21, the Ministry of Education released the Health and Physical Education (HPE) Curriculum for Grades 1-8. Learn more about the HPE curriculum. A more detailed description of the changes will soon be available.