Secondary Alternative Schools West

Timetable Structure
4 periods a day; 75 minutes per period

School starts at 9:15am
School ends at 3:05pm

Schools starts at 10:30am
School ends at 3:30pm

School starts at 9:30am
School ends at 3:30pm
Early dismissal at 12:10 pm every 3rd week

Check out this Global News segment on how OSF supports student success.  


  • OSF - Drop in every Wednesday morning 9-10am at Scadding Court Community Centre.
  • ASC - Call for personal intake interview
  • Triangle - Call for personal intake interview  

Oasis ASC
20 Brant Street, 3rd Floor
Toronto, ON M5V 2M1

Trustee: Ausma Malik

Curriculum Leader:  TBA
416-393-9830 ext. 4

Oasis Skateboard Factory (OSF)
707 Dundas St. West
Toronto, ON M5T 2W6


Student Body:

16 to 20 years old
Grades 9 to 12
Academic, Applied, Mixed, Open,Co-op, College, University and Workplace
100 students

​Student Council
Nutrition Program
Pop Up Shops
Art Gallery
Community Co-op

Oasis Triangle
115 Simpson Avenue
Toronto, ON M4K 1A1


"Here I get to do projects I'd never get to do in a regular school."  

"At this school I've learned to express myself through art."

"I've missed as many days here as I attended at my last school."

Program Highlights
Arts and Social Change Program
At ASC, teachers deliver an arts-based and social justice curriculum based on evidence which demonstrates that student achievement is heightened in schools that provide high quality arts education.  Through visual, media, and performing arts and equity education, our teachers plan exciting projects to help students earn credits.  Teachers encourage students to think critically and empathetically about the world around them.

The Oasis Skateboard Factory  
All OSF courses are offered with a skateboard and street art focus.  Students earn credits by operating a socially responsible entrepreneurial business where they learn to build skateboards, design original graphics, work with local artists, market and display their own work and receive honorarium at the same time.

Triangle Program
Unique in Canada, we offer academic and applied level programs for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) students who are able to work independently with some guidance.  Our program covers LGBTQ history, literature, and issues as well as a lunch program, class field trips, access to LGBTQ community events, and co-op education.

Special Events
Open House
Social Circus
Leaving Graduation Ceremony
Alternative Schools Art Show