University of Toronto Schools (UTS) is an independent, merit-based university preparatory school, affiliated with the University of Toronto. Our home is located on the University’s St. George Campus. Founded in 1910, the School provides a transformative education program of academic distinction to approximately 670 students in grades 7 through 12. Students admitted to UTS fulfill the merit-based admission requirements and represent a diversity of ethnic, socio-economic, gender, sexual, and religious identities. Thanks to our affiliation with the University of Toronto, UTS students have access to the University’s extensive resources including the library system and athletic facilities, as well as our extensive learning partnerships. At UTS, there is no limit to expressing your unique self.

 

UTS graduates love learning, take initiative, and innovate as socially responsible global citizens and go on to attend many of the most selective universities around the world.

 


 

Student Life

When you join UTS, you join a diverse community that is passionate about equity and social responsibility. A culture dedicated to learning, research, collaboration, and personal growth make a UTS experience truly unparalleled. On our thriving campus, students have the unique opportunity to strive not only for the highest in academic excellence, but also to form relationships that last a lifetime.

Whether you are competing on a speech and debate team, sports team, embracing your creative side with the arts, or participating in community service activities, there is a place for you at UTS.

 


 

A Spotlight on Teachers

At UTS, you will find more than 70 teachers dedicated to mentoring, teaching, and preparing each student to excel at the School and beyond. Each teacher is committed to going above and beyond their classroom time to support student life, whether through coaching, club mentorship, or acting as an advisor to a student-led initiative.

All of our teachers are certified with the Ontario College of Teachers. 65% of teachers hold advanced degrees, and average more than 10 years of experience in education.