High School Programs

The Engineering Outreach Office offers the following five programs at the High School Level:

The AP Summer Prep Program is an opportunity for motivated U.S. high school students to engage with STEM in the lecture halls and labs of Canada’s leading engineering school. Through a rigorous combination of classroom and experiential learning, including educational excursions throughout the city, students will prepare themselves for AP credit courses while spending the summer in the world-class city of Toronto. Click here to learn more.

The Grade 12 Enriched Program are your chance to get a sneak peak at first year courses with our Engineering University Preview Saturdays! This program is intended for highly-motivated grade 12 students who are planning to enter university in a STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) field next fall. The two preview courses that we are offering in the Fall 2016 season will be diving deeper into grade 12 curriculum and very quickly taking off to showcase curriculum taught within first year engineering math and first year biology. Click here to learn more.

The High School Math Academy is a three-day program intended for students who have completed grade 10 math (Principles of Mathematics – MPM2D) and are heading into grade 11 in the fall. With a focus on problem solving and building computational strategies, students will get an overview of Functions (MCR3U). Click here to learn more.
The Engineering High School Saturday Program is an afternoon enrichment program for students in grades 9 to 11 looking to explore exciting new topics in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM), as well as learn more about success in and after University. Click here to learn more.
The Da Vinci Engineering Enrichment Program (DEEP)  is designed for highly motivated high school students with an aptitude for science and math. It provides students from around the world with the opportunity for advanced study in a variety of engineering, technology, business and science disciplines. To find out more about DEEP, please follow the links below. Click here to learn more.