PHONE NUMBER: (416) 396-4552

GRADE RANGE: 10 to 12

South East Secondary Alternative School's Mission Statement

Grades: 10-12, Quadmestered

South East Secondary Alternative serves students between the ages of 16 and 20, with few high school credits. Our students learn from dedicated and patient teachers. South East Secondary Alternative’s quadmestered schedule allows us to welcome students at many points throughout the school year. We offer a broad selection of applied, college and open level courses. We accept students from across Toronto who are motivated to learn and can work independently.

Yes You Can!

 We love to work with students who are seeking a smaller, more caring environment to re-engage their academic goals. Our tight knit community of staff and students comes together throughout the year to celebrate each other's successes, whether during one of our many feasts, cultural days, or student-made lunches.

More Information About South East Secondary Alternative School

Flexible Structure With Four Sessions

Everyone learns in their own unique manner. Our flexible program helps you earn the credits you need to graduate high school by allowing you to focus on two credits at a time. We offer you an innovative model of four quadmesters throughout the year.

Supporting Students

The advantage of our small school is the close support you receive from teachers and staff. We have a Child and Youth Counsellor, Social Worker, and Curriculum Leader available to support you, in addition to your classroom teachers.

Healthy Eating, Healthy Living

We want you to build healthy living habits for life. A nutritious lunch, will be provided every day. We also offer you breakfast and healthy snacks during your breaks. Yoga and physical education opportunities are offered throughout the year.

Convenient Location

We are located within a ten minute walk of Kennedy Subway Station, and a TTC bus route runs directly in front of our school.

Additional Features

  • Transportation Assistance
  • Caring Staff
  • Social Worker Available
  • Small School Environment
  • Flexible Structure
  • Food and Nutrition Program
  • In-School and Out of School COOP

Student Life - Where You Belong


Students will tell you that SEYRAC is not like your typical large high school. Each student will be supported and encouraged by our caring and dedicated staff. Class sizes are often smaller, giving students a more direct relationship with their teachers. SEYRAC provides students the opportunity to volunteer to help their community, and develop individual leadership skills.



SEYRAC offers opportunities for students to register throughout the school year. We provide an environment for students to re-focus their attention on school. We specialize in helping students find success in their academic career.
Please call 416-396-4552, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. for more information.
You will need a referral from your last school’s guidance department or principal.


We welcome parental involvement. Many studies have shown that there is a direct correlation between student success and parent involvement. Parents are always welcomed at our school, whether for our many school-community events, or one-on-one meetings with teachers and staff.