University of Toronto Schools strives to ensure the best match between student candidates and the school’s vision and mission.
Admission decisions are based on the information gathered through the application process and an assessment of the student’s fit in relation to the school program and his or her cohort.
UTS requires all relevant documentation and information that will help the school to understand comprehensively each candidate’s individual learning needs in relation to the school’s unique program and resources.
UTS respects the confidential nature of applicant information through its practices of gathering, considering, and maintaining data.
Applicants at each respective grade will complete a common process.
UTS follows a clear set of timelines through the application and enrollment process. The school respects the needs of students and families through the application and enrollment process and is clear about the timeframe for acceptance of an enrollment offer.
In discussing UTS and making comparisons with other schools, the Director of Admissions and Admissions Officer will apply a fair set of same standards of integrity, whether talking about their own school or making comparisons with other institutions.
UTS requires all students to pay a deposit. All new students must pay an enrolment fee.
UTS recognizes that currently-enrolled students may wish to consider other educational options and will strive to provide appropriate support in that process.
Applicants must be legal residents of Canada (citizen, landed immigrant, or permanent resident) and live with a parent or legal guardian (documentation required if living with a legal guardian).
UTS does not accept appeals for any admission decision.
UTS is committed to providing services to our students that are free of barriers and biases, and strives to ensure that key principles of independence, dignity, integration and equality of opportunity are reflected and valued in our learning environment.
Further, we are committed to giving students with disabilities the same opportunity of access to our services in the same location and in a similar way as these services are available to other students we serve.