Re-set. Re-Engage.

SEE School is a safe, small, caring community for students who have challenges with engagement, attendance, motivation, achievement or mood. Our supportive staff provides Applied and Workplace curriculum through engaging in-person classes with a focus on personalized hands-on learning. 

• Continuous intake (students can join us at any stage of the year) for ages 14-20

• NEW!! Two semesters per year: Four 40 minute periods in the morning and four 35 minute periods in the afternoon. (ABCD~lunch~ABCD)

• Eight credits per school year plus recovery

• Applied and Workplace Curriculum

• Some academic courses available. OSSD: Arts and Wellness Focused Curriculum taught by welcoming, flexible and creative teachers

• Supports: Guidance Counselor, Itinerant Resource Teacher, Social Worker, New 1⁄2 time CYW.

• Community Meetings, Nutrition Program, Student Lounge, Technology Supports, Yoga and more!

• Please note: SEE does not have a Co-op Program, business studies, tech, or a wide range of Grade 12 University level courses. We do have safety, support, a fresh start, and a deep commitment to helping our students earn their credits, connect with our community and thrive. 

To Register a Student

Please contact :

Kristen Beach , Curriculum Leader

Phone: (416) 394-6990 extension 2

Fax: (416) 394-6991


Please email or fax us a copy of the student’s Credit Counseling Summary and IEP so that we can talk about how SEE can support their strengths, needs and goals. Then we will book an appointment for a student & parent tour and registration session (45 minutes).

Registrants must bring ID: Heath Card, Birth Certificate or Passport, and Proof of Address