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Secondary Program Review Interim Report

Our vision is for all students to have equitable access to stronger programs and richer opportunities – as close to home as possible. This is the driving force of the Secondary Program Review, which, for the first time ever, is reviewing all TDSB secondary schools at once to develop a plan to address the inequities and imbalances throughout our current system.

The Secondary Program Review Interim Report (read also: Board Report) highlights the issues, gaps, and needs facing our system that are impacting our ability to support this vision. And, while the report offers some preliminary concepts for discussion, it is not a set of recommendations on school closures or a roadmap to a one size fits all approach to our schools. Using comprehensive and data-rich information, including enrolment and population projections, this report acknowledges where we have been, where we are and where we could go, all while respecting and protecting many of the successful schools and programs that exist right across our system.

This report supports our next step forward as we start to re-imagine and re-draw our system in consultation and collaboration with our communities to enhance equity and support the achievement and well-being of each and every student in the TDSB, now and in the future.

The Secondary Program Review Interim Report will be discussed by Trustees at the Committee of the Whole on Wednesday, May 20. No specific schools have been named for consolidation and no further steps will be taken without extensive local community consultation. Over the next five months, students, parents, staff and community members can continue to provide feedback and further insight through delegations and their local Trustee as well as to secondaryreview@tdsb.on.ca. The Secondary Program Review Final Report will be presented to the Board in October 2020. 

Learn more about the report and watch an intro from the Director of Education


Learn more about your area. Find your secondary school in the groups. Read more about your area, including population and enrolment projections, schools and programs, movement of students in the area and preliminary concepts to explore over the next 10 years.

  • C W Jefferys CI
  • Caring and Safe School LC1
  • Downsview SS
  • Emery CI
  • Emery Edvance
  • North Albion CI
  • Thistletown CI
  • West Humber CI
  • Westview Centennial SS
  • William Lyon Mackenzie CI
  • Burnhamthorpe CI
  • Central Etobicoke HS
  • Etobicoke CI
  • Etobicoke School of the Arts
  • Etobicoke Year Round Alternative Centre
  • Kipling CI
  • Lakeshore CI
  • Martingrove CI
  • Richview CI
  • School of Experiential Education
  • Silverthorn CI
  • Frank Oke SS
  • George Harvey CI
  • Runnymede CI
  • Weston CI
  • York Humber HS
  • York Memorial CI
  • ALPHA II
  • Bloor CI
  • Caring and Safe School LC4
  • Central Technical School
  • Central Toronto Academy
  • City School
  • Contact Alt. School
  • Harbord CI
  • Heydon Park SS
  • Humberside CI
  • Inglenook CS
  • Jarvis CI
  • Native Learning Centre
  • Oakwood CI
  • Oasis Alt. SS
  • Parkdale CI
  • Rosedale Heights School of the Arts
  • Subway Academy II
  • THESTUDENTSCHOOL
  • Ursala Franklin Academy
  • West End Alt. School
  • Western Technical-Commercial School
  • Forest Hill CI
  • John Polanyi CI
  • Lawrence Park CI
  • Leaside HS
  • North Toronto CI
  • Northern SS
  • Yorkdale SS
  • York Mills CI

 

  • A Y Jackson SS
  • Avondale Secondary Alt. School
  • Caring and Safe School LC2
  • Don Mills CI
  • Drewry SS
  • Earl Haig SS
  • George S. Henry Academy
  • Georges Vanier SS
  • Marc Garneau CI
  • Newtonbrook SS
  • North East Year Round Alternative Centre
  • North West Year Round Alternative Centre
  • Northview Heights SS
  • Parkview Alt. School
  • Victoria Park CI
  • City Adult Learning Centre
  • Danforth CTI
  • East York Alt. SS
  • East York CI
  • Eastdale CI
  • Greenwood SS
  • Kapapamahchakwew - Wandering Spirit School (JK-12)
  • Malvern CI
  • Monarch Park CI
  • Oasis Triangle Program
  • Riverdale CI
  • School of Life Experience
  • SEED Alt. School
  • Subway Academy I
  • Alternative Scarborough Education 1
  • Birchmount Park CI
  • Caring and Safe School LC3
  • David and Mary Thomson CI
  • R H King Academy
  • SATEC @ WA Porter CI
  • Scarborough Centre for Alternative Studies
  • South East Year Round Alternative Centre
  • Wexford CI
  • Winston Churchill CI
  • Agincourt CI
  • Albert Campbell CI
  • Delphi Secondary Alt. School
  • Dr. Norman Bethune CI
  • L'Amoreaux CI
  • Lester B. Pearson CI
  • Sir John A Macdonald CI
  • Sir William Osler HS
  • Stephen Leacock CI
  • Cedarbrae CI
  • Maplewood HS
  • Native Learning Centre East
  • Sir Oliver Mowat CI
  • Sir Wilfrid Laurier CI
  • West Hill CI
  • Woburn CI
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and to acquire the knowledge, skills
and values they need to become responsible, contributing members of
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