Student Council &
​Leadership Council
Nutrition Program
Gay Straight Alliance
Intramural Table Tennis
Weekly Mentorship Groups

Timetable Structure:

Quadmestered Intake; semestered course structure
5 periods a day, 60 mins. period
Monday-Thursday 9:00am-3:00pm
Fridays 9:00am-12:20pm

We had our graduation ceremony last night (Thursday, Oct 21) and as usual it was an inspiring and moving experience. For us teachers, it is the apex of our relationship with our students, the reason we are here at Contact. Students, who in many cases never thought they would achieve this life milestone, receive the honours and congratulations they have worked so hard for, and leave with a renewed belief in themselves and a new sense of hope for the future. It truly is the best day of the year for all of us at Contact. Congratulations you guys, you did it! 

132 St. Patrick, 3rd Floor
Toronto, ON M5T 1V1

Trustee:  Stephanie Donaldson

Curriculum Leader:  Scott Davidson
416-393-1455 ext. 20011


Student Body: 

16-20 years old
Grades 10-12

(some grade 9

courses offered)

~120 Students

Helping students transition to desired employment opportunities, College, Apprenticeships, and University.

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​​Program Highlights 

  • Strong guidance and social services support to our students to help them deal with obstacles which may prevent them from achieving their full potential
  • Nutrition program including breakfast and a lunch cooked and served by teachers and students. 
  • Opportunities to participate in our unique "Paid" Co-Op program, which grants students 2 co-operative education credits while they maintain part-time employment outside of the school (students must already have a part-time job before applying to the program).
  • Instruction that is multi-levelled, individualized, and that both recognizes and encourages different learning styles​​
  • To teach and practice social justice, both formally and informally, as the primary and fundamental value of our school community.

Contact is a learning environment that supports students in achieving their academic and personal goals. There is a team that consists of a Curriculum Leader, Teachers, a full-time Child and Youth Counsellor, a Social Worker and a Resource Teacher who provide support to help students earn their high school diploma and make post-secondary plans.

We offer small classes, a caring and inclusive environment and adapt to the unique needs of each student. Contact has vibrant Co-op, Credit Recovery and Extra Credit programs, a strong Phys Ed program, and packaged courses that help students earn compulsory credits in a more engaging manner. 


Contact is continually registering students throughout the course of the year.

Please email Scott Davidson if you are interested:

You will need to bring: a Credit Counselling summary, a completed registration package (this can be emailed to you ahead of time), a Health Card, and a copy of your IEP (if applicable). If you are under 18 years, you will also need to have a guardian accompany you.

Graduation: Class of 2018


​​"Contact has given me opportunities I didn't have at other schools.  I'm getting credits and doing paid co-op and I get tons of help from staff whenever I need it."

"The teachers at Contact are patient, understanding and easy to relate to. They try hard to understand where you are coming from."

"Everyone is welcoming at Contact. You can really be yourself. You get support whenever you need it, for school, life issues, work ... anything."


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Special Events 

Solstice Celebrations
African Heritage Month Events
Mental Wellness Events
Open House
Various Speaker
Presentations from the Community
Welcome and Closing BBQ