Make a date to attend one of North America’s leading International Baccalaureate conferences.Read More »
The Upper Canada College community now has live online access to on-campus events throughout the year.Read More »
Upper Canada College was founded in 1829 and is one of North America’s foremost boys’ schools, offering Senior Kindergarten through university entrance and boarding for 88 students from outside of Toronto. UCC has one of the most generous financial assistance programs among independent schools in Canada, offering over $5 million annually. Graduates of UCC — an International Baccalaureate World School with one of the broadest programs in the country — are highly regarded by top universities and post-secondary institutions worldwide. Our global network of alumni includes leaders and innovators in politics, finance, arts, athletics, media and beyond.
Four UCC volunteers earn the esteemed Harold A.D. Roberts AwardRead More »
From his first day, your son will be fully immersed in opportunities for self-discovery. UCC’s unrivalled combination of academics, athletics and arts will sharpen his mind, strengthen his body and ignite a spirit of learning in him that only UCC can establish and nurture.
Simon Guo ’19 earned Upper Canada College’s first Major League Hacking point when his team placed third and received the SAP Innovation Award at the Electric City Hackathon at Trent University.Read More »
These young student-athletes are making a difference at UCC, to the teams they play for and to the peers they inspire, through a program founded by philanthropist and Old Boy Stu Lang.Read More »
As a UCC student who’d recently emigrated from Hungary, Tom Szaky ’01 caught the entrepreneurial bug by observing his peers’ parents. “All these parents in successful businesses opened my eyes in a cool way.”Read More »
After 5 years with NHL’s Ottawa Senators, Colin Greening ’05 returned to Toronto and again donned the blue and white colors of UCC. But this time, it was in a Maple Leafs uniform.Read More »
In 2015, Upper Canada College alumnus Kaleem Hawa ’12 received a Rhodes Scholarships, perhaps the most prestigious academic award in the world.Read More »
Grade 7 student Kevin Liu received a bronze medal in the junior age group at the Canada-Wide Science Fair in Regina, Sask. in May 2017.Read More »
At first glance it would be easy to label fraternal twins Elliott and Gabriel Birman as opposites. But when it came time to pick a school — Princeton University for Gabriel and Harvard University for Elliott — their similarities are more striking.Read More »
His work at a refugee camp in Mosul, Iraq was key in helping Darwin Jimal gain entrance to the direct-entry medical program at Queen’s University.Read More »
Meet our Head Steward for the 2017-2018 school year, Adam Rothman.Read More »
Jameel Jaffer ’90’s role with the American Civil Liberties Union has put him at the forefront of hot-button topics that have sweeping ramifications around the globe.Read More »
Looking back, Shelby and Dash both admit to a few jitters when Dash entered Grade 1 at the Prep that first day. Shelby couldn’t have anticipated, however, just how radically Dash would “blossom.”Read More »