The Toronto District School Board offers 22 alternative schools at the secondary level. Each school is a close-knit, highly engaged, diverse community that offers a fresh and unique approach to learning.

Alternative schools are places where students find their way through learning envronments that vary widely and often include self-directed projects, experiential learning, business and entreneurial mentorship programs, strong co-op programs and credit recovery opportunities - all while earning OSSD credits.

Each of the schools and programs differs in their approach to student learning and program structure. For more specific program information and admission requirements, please contact the school or program directly.