TSS is proud of its grads! The grad ceremony is scheduled for the evening of Wed. June 25th at the High Park Curling Club. Please join us for this special event. Tickets? – See Lisa.
There is also a list outside the main office of the post secondary destinations for our grads. We have students accepting offers to colleges and universities across Ontario and beyond! Way to go!
For more info. regarding registration please click on the REGISTRATION TAB.
Give us a ring at 416-393-9639 if you’d like to speak with a guidance counselor.
Mid-term marks will be distributed on April 15 and 16. Students must meet with their staff advisor to receive their report card.
Parents’ Night is Wed. April 16th from 5:30-8:00. Contact Lisa at 416-393-9639 to schedule an appt.
The mark maintain date is April 24th. You must fill in a drop form in order to officially withdraw from a course.
Marks will be transmitted to OUAC on the 24th as well. Have you checked your OUAC profile to ensure accuracy?
The end of the semester is fast approaching …
Jan. 15 – OUAC (university) application deadline
Jan. 21 – final day to hand in any assignments.
Jan. 23-28 EXAMS
Feb. 1 – OCAS (college) application deadline
Feb. 3 – Semester 2 begins
Feb. 5 – Semester 2 TDSB night school application deadline
TSS is registering for semester 2! Looking for an alternative? Consider TSS. We offer a Blended Learning model with many interesting grade 11 and 12 courses! Our small supportive environment is designed to assist you in meeting your educational goals.
Some of our courses are now full so the sooner you contact us the better. Classes begin on Monday Feb. 3.
Call us at 416-393-9639 to set up an appointment.
Back to class! – Classes begin Wed. Sep. 4 with timetable distribution at 8:45 AM in the main hallway. The first day will be an orientation day with the day ending around noon. Thursday will be a regular school day.
The Student School is one of Toronto’s many fascinating alternative secondary schools. Our school is based on the principles of participatory democracy and social equity; the school is kept alive by the involvement of its students. TSS provides a personal atmosphere where teachers and students work together in mutual respect.
TSS is unique in several ways; all our staff is “Safe and Positive Space” trained with Gender Based Violence Prevention through the school board. As a result TSS is the only school in the TDSB where the entire school space is deemed a “Safe and Positive Space”. TSS was the first secondary school in our quadrant of the TDSB to be certified a Platinum EcoSchool.
Students at TSS learn that the choices they make affect not only their lives, but the lives of others as well. We stress responsibility, and believe our students are deserving of it. At bi-monthly meetings, the student body attends a general council meeting to vote on upcoming issues facing TSS or the community. TSS’s students have a say in school affairs, be it a motion to support a grassroots movement, boycott an unethical corporation, or discuss students’ issues, our philosophy is to give TSS students the opportunity to be in control of their own education and, by extension, their lives.
The Student School is a TDSB Alternative Secondary School.