Registration: Grades 10, 11 & 12

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Semester 1, 2018-19 Registration

Inquiries to:  Sarah Rier. 416 393 1470

Registration (See also Courses)

To gain admission, you usually would attend an Info Session in order to sign up to be interviewed, largely to determine if we have the right courses and program for you. If not, we would recommend another school, often from our own family of nine alternative schools. City School accepts new students each semester. 

Most of our graduates go on to university, for example into STEM programs such as Life Sciences, Computer Programming and Engineering, although some elect to attend specialized college programs like animation, fashion or culinary arts. A few go into the world of work.

If you like what you see and hear at one of our InfoSessions, we ask that you leave your name so we can call you to arrange an interview. You will need to bring the following documents to your interview:

  • latest transcript and recent report card
  • credit counselling summary
  • proof of birth date
  • proof of permanent residence
  • health card
  • proof of home address (driver's license, bank statement or utility bill that can be in a parent's name if you are still living at home) 
  • a copy of your IEP or IPRC documentation

While City School has limited resources and a small staff, and cannot offer daily Special Ed Resource Room withdrawal, we do have an Itinerant Special Ed Resource teacher who is in the school one day each week.

To ensure your chances of academic success, it is important that you inform us about any special needs before you enrol in our program so we can determine how to better accommodate you.  If you can't make an InfoSession, please give us a call and we will make arrangements for an interview. 

For Grade 9 registration, please consult the Grade 9 page

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Registration Agreement

City School students are required to:

* Be diligent in their studies (e.g. complete assignments, pass all courses)

* Exercise self-discipline (e.g. in the library, refrain from eating at computers)

* Attend classes punctually and regularly

* Contact the school when absent

* Be respectful towards teachers, support staff, peers, and guests

* Be polite to members of the Waterfront School

* Be courteous to members of the Waterfront Neighbourhood Centre

* Show respect for school property and equipment

* Show respect for local community property and equipment

* Not bring banned substance (drugs, alcohol) on property

* Not use banned substance during the school day

* Not smoke anywhere on property, including vaporizers

* Use the Internet responsibly

* Not engage in bullying (physical, emotional, social) or cyberbullying

* Demonstrate a commitment to equity and inclusivity