If you are a Grade 10-12 youth looking for an arts focused school, a safer space, community, flexibility, and/or a curriculum that reflects who you are, for SEMESTER 1 of the 2022-23 school year, intake meetings will happen April-June 2022 and Sept 1 - 9th. Late Admission is possible up until October 3rd, 2022.
Please start the process to book an intake meeting for registration by completing the following:
- Complete the Inglenook Intake Meeting Form.
- Send Lara.Bussey@tdsb.on.ca the required documentation:
- Credit counselling summary or transcript from your last high school
- Copy of the IEP (if there is one). Note: Acceptance into the program may have to wait until the IEP is reviewed by our Itinerant Resource Teacher.
- After staff receive and review ALL documentation, and feel we can meet the student’s needs, we will reach out to arrange a virtual intake meeting using Google Meet or via a phone call. Legal guardian(s) and the prospective student must be on this call.
- Inglenook staff will send out acceptance emails and registration process in 2-3 business days after the intake meeting if we can provide the prospective student an academic program.
What are Intake Meetings?
The intake meeting is an opportunity for students, parents and guardians to meet staff and learn more about our program. It is also an opportunity for staff to learn more about the student and their needs. If staff is satisfied that Inglenook is an appropriate space for the student’s academic success, guardians/youth will be notified 2-3 business days after an intake meeting, and a registration paperwork will be sent.
If accepted to Inglenook we will need to see the documents listed below and a few forms will need to be completed.
- Birth certificate
- OHIP card
- Proof of address (e.g. Phone Bill, Drivers license)
If you are under 18, a caregiver should accompany you to the intake meeting if possible.
Before contacting us, please note that we have the following limitations at Inglenook:
Health and safety COVID – 19 protocols will be mandatory at Inglenook
- Students need to have their grade nine compulsory credits to apply to Inglenook.
Accommodations for learning challenges are limited due to the limited staff. Extra time, alternative spaces and technology use can be accommodated.
A student that is new to the country/province needs to make an appointment with one of the Toronto District School Board’s Newcomer Reception Centers. Out of province students cannot apply to register directly with us.
All the information, including required documentation, is found at :