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University of Toronto Schools

University of Toronto Schools

371 Bloor Street West, Toronto, Ontario, M5S 2R7

School Type: Academic
Grades (Gender): 7 to 12 (Coed)
Tuition: $22,792 per year
 
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Average Class Size:23 to 24
Enrolment: Day 650
 

  • Access to all University of Toronto libraries
  • Gender balance in each grade
  • Financial assistance
  • AP courses
  • Extensive co-curricular activities and athletic programs
  • Experiential and leadership programs
  • Specialized summer programs in partnership with the University of Toronto
 

University of Toronto Schools (UTS) is a co-educational university preparatory school, grades 7-12, affiliated with the University of Toronto. Founded in 1910, UTS offers high-achieving students the chance to study in the company of outstanding peers, guided by a stellar staff of highly-qualified teachers. A specialized curriculum and a unique learning environment encourage creative interests, physical activity and a sense of social responsibility as well as providing myriad co-curricular pursuits and ample opportunity for leadership. UTS graduates are admitted to highly-selective colleges and universities in North America and beyond, many on scholarships. UTS is renowned for educating generations of outstanding graduates including two Nobel Laureates, 20 Rhodes Scholars and numerous leaders in commerce, industry, academics, the arts, sports, government and public service. Admission to UTS is based on academic and overall performance. UTS has a financial assistance program to which families may apply.

University of Toronto Schools is a private Academic day school in Toronto, Ontario. The school offers programs for grades 7 to 12 with enrolment of 650 day students. University of Toronto Schools has an average class size of 23 to 24 students and has a tuition cost of $22,792 per year. Founded in 1910, this private school does not require students to wear uniforms and the language of instruction is English.


University of Toronto Schools is a member of:

Specialty Academics
Specialty Academics
Career planningCommunity serviceExchange programs
Gifted programHabitat for HumanityMentorship Program
University counseling
School Support
School Support
Tutoring
Courses and Programs
Arts
Acting
CeramicsCompositionDrawing
Music historyMusic theoryPainting
Photography
Humanities and Social Sciences
ClassicsDebate
Languages
FrenchGermanLatin
Spanish
Mathematics, Natural Sciences, and Computers
AnimationComputer science
Clubs and Activities
Academic / Social Clubs
Chess ClubCommunity ServiceComputer Club
Debate ClubEnvironmental ClubForeign Language Club
Math ClubScience ClubStudent Council
Yearbook
Arts
Audiovisual ClubBand
ChoirJazz Ensemble
Athletics
Badminton
BaseballBasketballField Hockey
Ice HockeyOutdoor EducationRugby
SoccerSwimmingTennis
Track & FieldVolleyballWrestling
Moral Development
Moral Development
Leadership
Admissions & Finances
Admissions & Finances
BursariesEntrance exams
Financial aidInterview requiredScholarships
SSAT required
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UTS' annual outdoor education events are the core of its Leadership Program. The program is vital to UTS’s commitment to producing tomorrow’s leaders. Camp Couchiching, near Orillia, occurs in mid-September.... read more

UTS keeps in touch with over 4000 graduates worldwide through the support of the UTS Office of Advancement. The UTS Alumni Association (UTSAA) coordinates active networking events each year, important not... read more

The University of Toronto Schools (UTS) is dedicated to the education of students of outstanding academic ability. The rigorous liberal arts and science curriculum prepares them exceptionally well for university... read more

University of Toronto Schools believes that a dynamic program of student athletics is vital to the educational development of our students. We believe our athletic program should function as an... read more

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