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.
By Kris Ewing
“It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is most adaptable to change.”
- Charles Darwin
One month into the school year and with significant change on the horizon, it is important to... READ MORE
As far back as the turn of the century, the UTS community knew that our building was badly in need of a renewal. That is why, in 1999, the school launched the Building Opportunities campaign with the goal of funding significant upgrades to our facilities. This campaign ended only a few years later... READ MORE
On September 28, UTS will launch Building the Future, the capital campaign for our renewed building at 371 Bloor St. As one of our former principals, Al Fleming, said, every 107 years you need to renovate. In addition, UTS is committed to rebuilding our school as part of our renewed... READ MORE
The start of a new school year is a time of excitement and anticipation. We hope that our students and their family members enjoyed some relaxation over the summer.
While some students, parents and staff were away from the building, this summer UTS was again bustling with our... READ MORE
This morning as I sit in my office, the halls of UTS are humming with the sounds of students reconnecting with friends and staff. At UTS we are eagerly preparing for the first week of school and the launch of the 2017-2018 academic year.
This year, UTS launches our refreshed strategic plan. Our... READ MORE
By Katherine Joyce and Negar Shayan
Two soon-to-be S5 UTS students, Natalka Bowley and Jonathan Liu were selected to represent Canada at the Global Classroom G20 Finance Track at the G20 Summit. They were the only two students selected from across the country! Natalka and Jonathan... READ MORE
Earlier this summer, a group of 5 UTS students visited No. 2 High School at East China Normal University (No.2HS@ECNU) in Shanghai. The trip took place from June 29 to July 10, and was part of the exchange program between the two schools.
The No.2HS@ECNU is the UTS partner school in China, and... READ MORE
By Adam Gregson and Grant Hutchison, UTS mathematics and computer science teachers
For the fourth straight year, UTS students were selected to attend the Canadian Computing Olympiad (CCO)! Arielle and Joey (S5/Grade 11) were invited to participate on the strength of their earlier performance on... READ MORE
It was exciting to hear UTS alumna Cassidy Kunicyn ’14 deliver this inspiring speech at the OFSAA Senior Girls Soccer banquet, hosted by UTS on Wednesday morning. Soccer has inspired Cassidy to excel and to build character. Through soccer she has deepened her appreciation of the value of good... READ MORE
By Rebecca Levere, UTS Canadian and World Studies teacher
Q: What happens when 98 F2 (Grade 8) students travel 20,000 steps (according to Mr. Pullen's pedometer) through the rapidly transforming eastern part of Toronto's downtown?
A: A lot of learning about sustainable urban planning and... READ MORE