When UTS opened its doors in 1910, our now iconic street number – 371 – sat proudly over the main entrance, the gateway to our school, and it is still there today. Hence @371: a gateway to school news, views, and insights.

Construction | 7-Apr-2022
UTS Principal Rosemary Evans at the ceremonial ribbon-cutting with UTS Co-Captains, S6 (Grade 12) students Caleb and Emily, and members of the Student Council.   This week, University of Toronto Schools (UTS) officially hailed a new era for the school with the opening of the renewed... READ MORE
Out and About | 16-Mar-2022
S5 (Grade 11) Kat and M3 (Grade 9) Emma will represent Canada virtually at the European Girls Math Olympiad this year, hosted by Hungary.   University of Toronto Schools has a long-standing tradition of prowess at national STEM Olympiad competitions, from the sciences to... READ MORE
In the Classroom | 25-Jan-2022
UTS F1 (Grade 7) students went to 371 Bloor for a class session to have more space to play; here F1 (Grade 7) student Theo practices under the direction of percussionist Jim Toner, a clinician hired to create smaller groups for safer music practice during the pandemic.   The sounds of... READ MORE
Special Projects | 11-Nov-2021
UTS S6 (Grade 12) student Cooper Price, pictured here at the Climate Strike on September 25. Photo credit: Angelina King. When students “break bread” together, they begin to understand each other, and the world. Cooper Price, an S6 (Grade 12) student at UTS joined 150 students from 14 different... READ MORE
Special Projects | 27-Oct-2021
S5 (Grade 11) student Shreya Shah (left) takes part in a talking circle with UTS Elder-in-Residence Cat Criger (second from left) and others on Canada's first National Day of Truth and Reconciliation.     On September 30, University of Toronto Schools was awash in orange as... READ MORE
Special Projects | 21-Sep-2021
Knowing how to debate effectively provides you a type of “student armor where you can defend your own ideas, and also confront the ideas of others,” says Jonathan Roswell, a Grade 11 student at Bishop Reding Catholic Secondary School in Milton, Ont., who honed his power of speech at UTS Debate and... READ MORE
Special Projects | 29-Jul-2021
  When the world changes, UTS adapts. The 2020-21 school year at UTS was a school year like never before, as the rapid-fire change wrought by the pandemic required that our school become more agile and innovative than ever. UTS education faced disruption, but our commitment to learning... READ MORE
Special Projects | 8-Jun-2021
UTS is horrified and deeply saddened by the attack that took place in London, Ontario on Sunday, June 6, 2021 against a Muslim family. A family of four was targeted based on their Muslim faith, leaving a nine-year old without a sister, parents and grandmother.   Our hearts are with the... READ MORE
Special Projects | 1-Jun-2021
  Statement on Residential Schools Tragedy   The UTS community is deeply saddened by the confirmation that the remains of 215 schoolchildren have been found at the former Kamloops Indian Residential School, which was Canada’s largest residential school and closed in 1978.... READ MORE
Special Projects | 26-May-2021
A unique partnership is flourishing between UTS and the Afghan Women’s Organization Refugee and Immigrant Services. It’s called the Bridge Project, where UTS students volunteer as tutors for refugee and newcomer children in grades 2 to 10, helping with homework, English language lessons and more.... READ MORE


Land Acknowledgement

We acknowledge the land we are situated on is the traditional territory of many nations including the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishnabeg, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee and the Wendat peoples and is now home to many diverse First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples. We also acknowledge that the land is covered by Treaty 13 with the Mississaugas of the Credit.



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