November 23, 2016
Admission Update
The deadline for applying to the Day program is Friday, Dec. 2

Families only have 10 more days to apply to UCC's day program for September 2017. Late applications will only be reviewed once admission decisions for pre-deadline day applicants have been made (February 24, 2017) pending space availability. Generally, we do not review any late applications to our entry grades. If you are still considering UCC for September 2017 and have questions that may impact on your decision to apply, please contact the admission office.

SK to Grade 7
Nadia Powell, 416-488-1125 ext. 4123
Grade 8 and above (including boarding)
Tricia Rankin, 416-488-1125 ext. 2221

Or, if you're ready to start or complete your application now:
The first round of boarding decisions is coming soon

Thank you to everyone who has submitted a boarding application in time for our first round of decisions in December. If you're still looking at UCC for boarding next year, it's not too late to get your application in for this early consideration. Boarding decisions are sent on a rolling basis through to May, although spaces fill up quickly so we encourage families to apply early. 
Campus Connection
UCC champs in varsity football and soccer

UCC's varsity football team claimed its fourth straight Conference of Independent Schools of Ontario Athletic Association (CISAA) title, a day after the varsity soccer team did the same -- for the tenth time in 12 years.

UCC pulls off four-peat at Model UN conference

UCC's Model United Nations (MUN) team was named best delegation at the Secondary Schools MUN Symposium (SSUNS), held at McGill University in Montreal, for the fourth straight year.  Approximately 1,500 students from 72 schools took part.
Prep School fall plays are a big hit

The Grades 4 to 6 play was an adaptation of Roald Dahl's fantastical BFG (which stands for Big Friendly Giant).  The Grade 7 play,  Good Cop, Bad Cop , saw two rookie detectives solving a mystery about a catastrophic street sign switch. Our reviewer gives two thumbs up.

UCC boarder has a passion for hacking

Boarding student Simon Guo and his team placed third and received the SAP Innovation Award at the Electric City Hackathon at Ontario's Trent University. Their project: a remote sensing system that scans agricultural and environmental data and gives real-time feedback.

Upper Canada College | Office of Admission | 416-488-1125 ext. 4123