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Math, Science & Technology


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The TDSB is reimagining Math, Science and Technology programs. All students with a keen interest and passion for the worlds of Math, Science and Technology are welcome and invited to participate in one of the 12 unique programs.

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Each school will combine a number of courses in each grade, where they will make connections between the curricula and the real world. Students entering into the programs will be expected to participate in the program courses over their four years at the school. Further details about the course packages will be provided in the fall of 2022 for students interested in applying for admission in September 2023.

In addition to prioritizing students from underserved communities, the TDSB Math, Science and Technology programs are committed to supporting the representation of students self-identifying as female.

Program Locations for September 2023

In November 2022, all programs will be accepting applications for Grade 9. Some programs will accept applications for Grade 10 (*); students will be admitted in Grade 10 if space is available.

Bloor Collegiate Institute 

(TOPS on Bloor)

C.W. Jefferys CI 


Danforth Collegiate and Technical Institute 


Emery Collegiate Institute 

(MST @ Emery CI)

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Georges Vanier Secondary School 


John Polanyi Collegiate Institute *


Marc Garneau Collegiate Institute **


Northview Heights Secondary School 


Runnymede Collegiate Institute *


SATEC @ W.A. Porter 


West Humber Collegiate Institute 


William Lyon Mackenzie Collegiate Institute ** 


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** - Due to enrolment constraints at Marc Garneau CI and William Lyon Mackenzie CI, 50% of available seats will be assigned to applicants living in each school’s local catchment area.

Please note that individual school websites may not yet reflect the new programming that will be introduced in September 2023.


Students interested in attending one of the secondary Math, Science and Technology programs are not required to submit any supplemental application or information. A completed Centralized Program Application is all that is required. If the number of applicants exceeds the number of spaces available, all applicants will be eligible for the random selection process.