Extra credits for UTS students At UTS, students in F1 (Grade 7) to M3 (Grade 9) take 10 subjects per year, allowing them to gain a breadth of knowledge across… Read More »What makes the UTS education different?
Back in fall 2019, before the COVID-19 pandemic brought mental health issues to the forefront, UTS was asked to zero in on one priority focus for its Healthy School Certification… Read More »Shining a light on student mental health
The role of mentoring before, during, and after UTS Whether in a busy, bustling classroom after school or behind a webcam, the UTS community hosts a rich tradition of mentoring.… Read More »Mentorship builds bridges to the future
Students and staff need a common language and skills to address racism and other forms of oppression. Our curriculum needs to be more reflective of the diversity of voices and identities/communities… Read More »Striving for social justice at our school
University of Toronto Schools is proud of its robust partnerships, providing students with incomparable opportunities to broaden their experiences and explore deeper learning. The Global Ideas Institute The Global Ideas Institute was conceived… Read More »Thriving partnerships with the University of Toronto
M4 (Grade 10) student Alastair spent two weeks in Greenland and Nunavut with a program called Students on Ice. A total of 130 students from around the world, half of… Read More »Pretty cool: Alastair’s exploration of the Arctic
By Caitlin Gaffney, UTS French Teacher We would not be returning to UTS as we knew it. Over March Break, this realization dawned upon UTS teachers, staff, and… Read More »Finding silver linings in online learning