University of Toronto Schools offers a wide range of unique March Break and Summer Programs. From our Music program for beginner and intermediate players to the scientific exploration of Bright Lights in the Lab to our Junior Speech and Debate program – and more – Experience Innovation @ UTS delivers enriching experiences led by exceptional teachers and university instructors.
Program Administration, University of Toronto Schools
UTS’ “Experience Innovation" programs provide a fresh approach to the March break and summer experience. They offer students and parents a unique opportunity to explore what can be accomplished in a short period of time through creative learning experiences that combine education and fun, for an innovative experience that is second to none.
Our dedicated Program Directors and Operations team work hard to make these experiences meaningful and enjoyable for all participants. All of our programs are run by UTS teachers in collaboration with our partners, including University of Toronto faculty and staff, and not for profit community organizations such as the Firefly Foundation. These partnerships open doors for participants to stretch themselves through inspired engagement.
If you’ve participated in one of our programs in the past, we look forward to welcoming you back! If you want to experience something that will stimulate and motivate you…look no further! We look forward to having you join us.
Type: Need based Details: Students who find program fees for Bright Lights in the Labs or Maximum City to be a barrier, limited financial assistance is available to those who qualify. If you require financial assistance, please submit the information requested below.
Application Details: ALL STUDENTS APPLYING FOR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE MUST SUBMIT:
1. An academic letter of recommendation from your science teacher
2. A letter of support from your Guidance Counselor or Administrator detailing the nature of your need/financial circumstance.
• DUE DATE FOR ALL LETTERS IS April 1st, 2014. Applications submitted after this date may not be considered.
• Teachers, Guidance Counsellors and Administrators may submit their letters by regular mail, fax or email using the information listed below.
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