Red and Grey Day 2015

Red and Grey Day is October 14th!

Red and Grey Day
Homecoming and Field Day

Come and celebrate the annual school spirit, athletic field day extravaganza on the NORTH TORONTO field and gym on Wednesday, October 14!!!!! Presented by the NT Athletic Dept and the NT Foundation.

Updated Schedule:

  • 8:00 am: GIRLS field hockey vs Leaside
  • 10:30 am: BOYS Senior Soccer vs Greenwood
  • 11:30 am: GIRLS Basketball vs TBA
  • 11:45 am: GIRLS field hockey Tier 2 Friendly
  • 1:00 pm: JR Football vs East York
  • 3:00 pm: SR Football vs Silverthorn
  • 2:30 pm: SR BOYS Volleyball vs Riverdale
  • 3:45 pm: JR BOYS Volleyball vs Riverdale

* the Staff Room lounge ( Room 229) on the second floor and overlooking the field will be available during the day to alumni to watch the games and a chance to mingle with fellow grads and current athletes and members of the NT Foundation!
* a limited supply of NT athletic uniforms/ swag/ sweaters will also be available for purchase along with NT scarves!!

Photo-Retake Day is October 1st

A reminder that Photo-Retake Day is October 1st. (you must bring your proofs to get a re-take)

Students who wish to purchase photo packages should bring the envelopes to the office by September 29 or 30th.

First NT Parent Council Meeting – September 28 @ 7:30 – TONIGHT

Please mark your calendars for the first  North Toronto Parent Council meeting of the 2015/16 academic year

Want to know what’s going on at NT?  This is your chance!  Meet the administrative staff, teacher representatives and executives from the School (Parent) and Student Councils. Some of the topics you will hear about include overview of the school calendar with many events planned, initiatives around social media and cyber safety, changes to exam policy, etc. The new School (Parent) Council Executive will be elected as well this evening.

When?  Monday, September 28,  7:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Where? Room 215 (2nd floor)
Attending NT Council Meetings is an excellent way to keep current on NT activities and to share information with other NT parents. We look forward to seeing you!

NT School (Parent) Council

tdsbCARES: Refugee Crisis Appeal

Dear Parent/Guardian,

At North Toronto, we are participating in the tdsbCARES: Refugee Crisis Appeal to support the Canadian Red Cross as they provide assistance to the hundreds of thousands of people who are fleeing war and hunger in countries like Syria, Afghanistan, and Iraq. 

We will be collecting donations of cash or cheques, which will be forwarded through the TDSB to the Canadian Red Cross. The charity will issue tax receipts for all online donations as well donations via cheque (minimum value of $20). The TDSB fundraising appeal will run until December 11th. The federal government has announced that they will match all eligible donations made by that date (up to $100 million) and set aside each dollar in its own Syria Emergency Relief Fund.

For more information or to make a donation online, please visit the TDSB website at and click on the Refugee Crisis Appeal banner.

With thousands of people impacted by this ongoing crisis,the need is great. With that in mind, we are asking students, staff, parents and our school community to do what they can. No gift is too small or insignificant. Your donations are much appreciated.

Thank you for your support.

Timetable Changes 2015-2016

Timetable Changes 2015-2016

Wednesday, September 2nd

  • For all requests:  You must have signed permission from a parent/guardian indicating the course(s) you wish to add and/or drop.
  • 10:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.: Students entering Grades 10, 11, and 12 requiring timetable changes as a result of summer school
    • Non-TDSB Public or Separate School Board Courses (eg. TCDSB, YRDSB…) – please bring the original report card with you.
    • Private School Courses – you must have your report card sent directly to us by mail or courier. We are unable to add this course to your record and drop the corresponding one until we have received this.
    • TDSB Courses – courses taken with our school board appear automatically on your transcript; no report card is required.
  • 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.: Students entering Grades 10, 11, and 12 with any other timetable change requests

Timetable Change Period: Tuesday, September 8th at 2:00 p.m. until Thursday, September 17th

  • Students may request timetable changes during this period through the Guidance Office. These requests will be processed based on the following priority sequence:
    • admission pre-requisite required for post-secondary plans,
    • change in level (between Applied, Academic, and Enriched),
    • summer school credit completed,
    • new registrations,
    • straight drops (Grade 11 and 12 students may drop courses without penalty up until the Full Disclosure deadline in April),
    • and electives.
    • All changes are subject to availability.
  • Process for Requesting Timetable Changes
    • Beginning September 8th, students will be able to make ONE request for an appointment to change their timetable. In the event that a course is full, students will be given the option to have a space on the waiting list. Should a space become available in the requested course, the student will then automatically be placed and an email will be sent indicating that their new timetable is available for pick up.
    • Students who wish only to drop a course can come to the Guidance Office Tuesday, September 8th between 2:00 and 3:15 p.m.

Your 2015-16 Student Council

Here is your 2015-16 Student Council:

  • President – Jack Matthews
  • Senior VP – Aris Van Halteren
  • Junior VP – Cameron Cawston
  • Treasurer – Minjae Kim
  • Secretary – Eleni Anastasiadis
  • Environmental Minister – Riley Scanlan
  • Music Council Pres- Hayley McIlwraith
  • Social Convenor – Heather Robertson
  • NTAA Female Pres – Jocelyn Rough
  • NTAA Male Pres – Jeff McPherson


Exams & Report Cards – updated

  • June Examination schedule
  • Monday, June 22 – Students will have an opportunity to review their exams with their subject teachers from 8:45-9:45 a.m. Please encourage your son or daughter to attend, as this will be the only opportunity to check exam results and resolve any issues that may be present.
  • Tuesday, June 23 – Students may check their final marks with their home form teacher 12:30-1:15 p.m. After this, the marks will be final and reflected on the report card. This is particularly important for grade 12 students and university final acceptance.
  • Report cards will NOT be mailed home this year at the end of June. They will be available for pick-up ONLY from the main office as follows:
    • Friday, June 26 – 1:00 – 2:30 p.m.
    • Monday, June 29 & Tuesday, June 30 – 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. 
    • Thursday July 2 & Friday, July 3 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. 
  • LOCKS must be REMOVED by June 23 or they will be cut off (even though you have the same locker for next year)
  • Please ensure that ALL textbooks, library books and athletic uniforms have been returned. Have them check their bedrooms and lockers. They may return these materials up until July 10th and again, after August 24th.

Spanish Contest results

NT participated once again in the 7th annual Ontario Secondary Schools Spanish Contest.  Over 130 students from 29 schools competed in this rigorous academic contest.   Our 6 competitors worked extremely hard and their efforts were rewarded with two 5th place (Yana Boiadji and Melissa Quaye), a 2nd (Marija Askovic) and a 1st place finish (Robert Cabrera)!  We are proud to host and display the 1st place trophy for the year until next year’s competition on May 12, 2016.  We congratulate all our competitors and many volunteers who made this contest a huge success!

NT Tennis at OFSAA

Brooks Coffey and Alp Tezol won the Silver for the Boys Doubles Open (ranked players) at OFSAAtennis OFSAA 2015photo

Grade 10 YPI winners – The 519

C2015-YPI-IMG_7092ongratulations on the amazing work by Charlie Littler, Cameron Schiralli, Danish Sayani, Jordana Haley, and Juling (JL) Hancock who have won $5000 to be donated to The 519 (LGBTQ community centre) on behalf of North Toronto!  These students worked so hard in Civics class with Ms. Bilmer on their YPI project.

NTCI has now participated in YPI for 11 years, having $55 000 donated to various charities over the years.