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Book Online Guidance Appt for 21+ Adult Program

 

Welcome Current Students of SCAS

Before leaving home and coming to school every day you must take a Covid-19 Health self assessment.
If you pass Covid-19 Questionaire (by answering No to each question) come to school. 
If you answered Yes to any question Stay Home and contact your Teacher if not attending school this day.
When you arrive at school, you will be ask to verify your Covid-19 assessment, by either the app's QR Code or Paper Pass before going directly to your classroom.
More details about Health Screening Paper Pass or App visit https://www.tdsb.on.ca/Return-to-School/Health-and-Safety/Daily-Health-Screening
 

Time Table -> See School Calendar for more details

Student Timetables will be sent your TDSB Student email address (firstname.lastname@student.tdsb.on.ca)
Here is a quick summary how to understand the new timetable.

Explain the 4 Day Adaptive / Hybrid Schdedule Q2 used by the Edvance Program as well as some Adult Classes (Hair, MOA and ESL) that have In-Class and Online components.  Watch video now or download and watch later

Explain the 4 Day Virtual Model Q2 used by Virtual Edvance and Adult Classes.  Watch video now  or download and watch later

 

Students must log into aw.tdsb.on.ca to get to their Student email.

Use your 9 digit Student ID and Network Password.  If prompted to change your password, your password must be 8 characters or more and none of your 5 previous passwords used.

 
* Returning Students of SCAS or TDSB that were within a TDSB School last calendar year, your password is the same.
  If you forgotten your password, you can use the Password Manager if you previously filled out your security questions or contact your Teacher or submit a request via this form.
 
* New Students to the TDSB or Returning Students greater than 1 calendar year away from a TDSB school, your current password is 
  Username:  Student ID number. 
  Password:  Type in the following:  ####DDMM@Tdsb
  #### = Last four digits of student number.
 2 digit of date of birth, 2 digits of month of birth, @Tdsb

 

How Students log into Academic Workspace (AW) and Google Classroom
 

How Students log into Academic Workspace (AW) and Brightspace 

SCAS Students and Teachers - Expectations of TDSB Resources at the Beginning of Quad.

 

Online registration begins on Sep 2nd for current TDSB and former TDSB Students.

(Online registration for New Students to the TDSB or current Students from another School Board -> TBA)

 

School Classes begin the week of Sep 15th to 18th.

 

Current students
click here for important information from guidance

 

 

Welcome to The Scarborough Centre for Alternative Studies!  Our school represents a unique opportunity for adult students to learn new skills, develop new ways of thinking and to change direction in life.  Whether you are completing the requirements of The Ontario Secondary School Diploma, learning English or earning the prerequisites for a post-secondary program, SCAS provides a supportive and encouraging learning environment. 

Our classes focus on learning by doing, on solving realistic problems and on discussing complex issues.  Our teachers recognize the life experiences of our students and use this knowledge to enhance the curriculum.  Our teachers also recognize that much learning occurs outside of the classroom.  To that end, they sponsor field trips, clubs and sporting events.  Students are encouraged to follow their example and become actively engaged in the life of the school.

Congratulations on your decision to consider The Scarborough Centre for Alternative Studies.  It's the first step to reaching your goal.

N. Dyal,
Principal
 

SCAS Partnership with Centennial College

Great news for all SCAS students interested in attending Centennial College School of Business for a Business or Office Administration program.  SCAS has formed a partnership with Centennial College School of Business.  SCAS students who successfully complete BTT2O1, BTA3O1, BTX4E1 and BTX4C1 are eligible for exemption from COMP106 and COMP126 at Centennial College, School of Business. This will save you time and help you balance your in school and out of school commitments. SCAS students must have achieved at least 80% in each of these courses to be eligible.  See Frank Nelson, Program Leader, Business, Computers & Co-Op for more information.

SCAS Students and Habitat for Humanity

             

SCAS Pre-Apprenticeship Carpentry students build with Habitat for Humanity.  Click here for pictures!

Follow us on Twitter @SCASbuilds as we travel to Fredericton New Brunswick.  We’re building homes with Habitat for Humanity and helping people of the St. Mary's First Nation.