January 11, 2017
Admission Update
Submitting a late application to the day program for September 2017 entry

As you probably know, the deadline to apply to the day program for September 2017 has passed and any applications received after the deadline will not be considered for our February 24 offer date. These late applications  will only be processed and reviewed should there still be space available after responses to February offers have been received. We recommend that any families considering submitting a late day application contact the Office of Admission to discuss prior to submitting.

Toronto is more popular than ever for boarding

As we head into a new year that promises great change, Toronto stands out among North American boarding destinations. On the one hand it's a big city -- the fourth largest in the continent -- with first-rate arts and entertainment, major league sports teams and a robust economy. Yet despite its diverse and growing population, it remains one of the safest cities in the world. Occupying 40 acres of green space in the heart of the city, UCC serves as an ideal location for university prep. Boarding applications are accepted now through May.
Campus Connection
Sign up for UCC Math Select's winter session

Open to students in Grades 4 through 9 (boys and girls), UCC Math Select brings the thrill of competition to the math arena, training students to write and excel at North America's most popular math contests. The weekly paid evening program begins in February.

Varsity basketball team reaches national semi-finals

UCC's varsity basketball team made it to the semi-finals of the Canadian Accredited Independent Schools (CAIS) national senior boys tournament. T he 18-team event was hosted by Lower Canada College and Selwyn House School in Montreal.
Enjoy Norval winter family open house on Jan. 22

Please join us for our annual winter family open house at the Norval Outdoor School on Sunday, Jan. 22 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Cross-country skiing, tobogganing and winter hiking are on offer and food and refreshments will be available. Register at the link below.

Students take role in food quality control

In a new nutrition committee initiative that started this fall, student reps at the Upper School have volunteered to meet regularly and taste-test food, providing frank feedback on what's great, what needs tweaking and what needs a total redo. 

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