Guidance Site!

Book an appointment here! Please wait for a confirmation/invitation email before attending your appointment.

Click on the links at the top of the page to choose the section you want to see.

We will make updates to this site regularly, so keep checking!

e-Learning Day School

Registration for Semester 1, 2022 courses is planned for opening at 10:00 AM on June 16, 2022.

e-Learning Day School

If you are TDSB high school student interested in taking an online, mostly asynchronous course as part of your timetable, the e-Learning Day School program may be for you. e-Learning courses are primarily asynchronous and run for a full semester. Teachers deliver synchronous lessons weekly for about an hour. Students are expected to log in regularly and to keep up-to-date with their assignments.

Secondary students across the TDSB may take one e-Learning course per semester as part of their day school timetable*. The course must first be approved by the school guidance counsellor. Once the student is enrolled in an e-Learning course, the course is added to the student's current day school timetable.

e-Learning courses have been developed by the Ministry of Education and are delivered by TDSB teachers who are currently also teaching in TDSB high schools.

*Students must be enrolled in and attending at least one other course in their day school while enrolled in an e-Learning course.

TDSB 2022-2023 Saturday International Language Program

Topic: Post-Secondary Transitions Panel Discussion

Tuesday, May 31, 2022 Period 2

Join Zoom Meeting


Meeting ID: 996 3486 4241

Passcode: 386694

2022 TDSB Summer Programs

Comparison of Con. Ed. and

e-Learning Summer Programs



Continuing Education Summer School offers in-person and remote learning courses in July

Courses and Registration

e-Learning offers asynchronous online courses in July & August

Courses and Registration

How To Finance Your Post-Secondary Education Workshop – Tuesday, May 17 - Library

A representative from George Brown College will be speaking to our students about ways to

finance their post-secondary education, applicable to both university and college. Students will

learn about the OSAP applications, bursaries & scholarship opportunities, and budgeting. All

students are encouraged to attend. The workshop will be held on Tuesday, May 17 at lunch in

the Forest Hill library.

Need a Peer Tutor or Peer Mentor at FHCI?

Click here to request a peer tutor or peer mentor. New this year - You can also request a peer-to-peer study partner.

Want to be a Peer Tutor or Peer Mentor at FHCI?

Click here and complete the form to participate as a tutor or mentor.

2022 CYS Poster contest flyer.pdf

TDSB Parent and Community Engagement is hosting a session on Islamophobia & Its Impact on Muslims & Muslim Youth.

Register in advance for this webinar: https://tdsb-ca.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_JktCes9kQW27JipU-ak8KA

Passcode: 051544

The Know Your Worth Sub-Committee, a section of the African Heritage Month Planning Committee, is committed to encouraging and supporting graduating students of African heritage to further their post-secondary education. The 2021-2022 Know Your Worth Scholarship will offer three financial awards to graduating students valued at $2,000.

Go to the Scholarship page on this site for more information.

Course Selection for 2022-2023

Course Selection on MyBlueprint has opened for all returning students.

Deadline - March 4th Parents must complete verification process on MyBlueprint

All course selection material including recordings and slides of the assemblies, course promotion videos, and course selection sheets can be accessed on a shared google drive

Students may book an appointment if they need more support with the course selection process. We anticipate a large volume of appointments. Please note you may not get an appointment on the same day you requested. Please be patient and wait for a confirmation before showing up for your appointment.



Virtual Course Selection Assemblies - Thursday, February 10th

Current Grade 9 Classes - Period 1 (includes promotions of Grade 10 electives)

Current Grade 10 Classes - Period 2

Current Grade 11 Classes - Period 3

(recordings of the assemblies will be posted here after Feb 10th)

Virtual Course Promotion Video - Friday, February 11th

Current Grade 10 and 11 Classes - Period 3

(link to the video will be posted here after Feb 11th)

*New Process for Dropping A Course!*

If you would like to drop a course in semester 2, please book an appointment to discuss with your Guidance Counsellor.

TNG March Break Hiring Fair 2022.pdf

St. Stephen's Community House will be hosting job fairs Monday-Thursday during the March Break (March 14th- March 17th) from 10am-1pm. The job fairs are for youth who are 15-18, currently in high school & returning to school in September.

On February 25 & 26, the Study and Go Abroad Virtual Fair offers students, parents and educators another great opportunity to learn about undergraduate and postgraduate study options around the world (including Canada); whole degrees, certificates and semesters abroad.

At the fair, visitors will be able to:

• Browse exhibitor booths, download brochures and watch videos

• Chat by text or video with exhibitors

• Join webinars on a broad range of educational topics.

Semester 2 Course Change Request - Deadline Friday, Feb 4, NOON

Timetables for semester 2 has been released on TDSB Connects

In order to accommodate some course change requests, other courses on the timetable may be moved to different sections. However, we are unable to accommodate requests to change from one section of a course to another.

To request a timetable change, please use the Semester 2 Course Change Request Form [closed]

Students must attend classes shown on their timetable on TDSB Connects until they have received confirmation via email that their requests have been completed.

To drop a course, use the drop form below.

Semester 2 (Winter) Dual Credit Registration is NOW OPEN!!!

Dual Credit = 1 high school credit + 1 college credit

Free of charge!

At the moment, we have Many Available Seats in this course:

Introduction to Psychology (NIGHT SCHOOL) @ George Brown College

For the FULL course offerings:


Go to the Dual Credit & Experiential Learning page on this google site for more information.

Book an appointment with your Guidance Counsellor ASAP if you are interested

TDSB Semester 2 Night School

Registration closes January 28, 2022

The Toronto District School Board offers night school credit courses to all high school students and adults with current prerequisites. Students may take a new credit, or retake a course previously taken to upgrade a mark. Students cannot enrol in a course if they are taking the course in day school. Parents/Guardians and students must consult with their day school guidance counsellor regarding course selections and pre-requisite courses.

In our Remote Night School Learning model students will be at home learning live (synchronously) with their teacher from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. ATTENDANCE IS MANDATORY.

List of Courses and Registration

TDSB Semester 2 e-Learning

Registration begins December 6, 2021

A few Grade 11 courses may still have availability

All Grade 12 courees have a waitlist


2021-22 S2 e-Learning Program and Registration Information.pdf
Winter 2021 2022 Well Being Guide.pdf

The guide has been translated into18 languages here.

*NEW* Full Disclosure Date for Semester 1

December 15th, 2021

Applies to all Grade 11 and Grade 12 courses. Mark will not show on your transcript if the course is dropped before this date.


The Summer Mentorship Program (SMP) gives high school students of Indigenous or African ancestry a chance to explore health sciences at the University of Toronto over four weeks in July. Students can apply through this website.


from Nathalie Barsoumian

The UHN Summer Student Clinician Scientist Program ( SSCSP ) is a part of the TDSB summer co-op program. The SSCSP is looking to provide paid co-op opportunities for 10 Black, Indigenous, and underrepresented youth who are interested in cancer/medical research. Students will be working with researchers from Princess Margaret Hospital, and they will earn 2 co-op credits as part of this experience. Students should be going into grade 11 or 12 in September 2022 to be eligible.

Please see Ms. Ng in Guidance if you are interested.

Flyer Cafe Break.pdf

Lawrence Park CI has extended the following invitation to FHCI Grade 11 and 12 students:

Are you thinking of studying in the United States?

Be sure to join the following presentation on Thursday, November 11 at 3:30 pm.

“Five Steps to U.S. Study” - Join EducationUSA Canada and learn about the "Five Steps to U.S. Study" including narrowing your search, financing your studies, and completing your application. Learn about admissions updates related to COVID-19 and what you can do now to start your applications. Come with your questions about applying to study in the USA!

The link is https://www.bigmarker.com/educationusa-canada/Five-Steps-to-U-S-Study-Lawrence-CI

Information from Toronto Public Health

Vaccinations for Hepatitis B, HPV & Meningococcal Disease

Toronto Public Health is offering vaccinations for hepatitis B, human papillomavirus and meningococcal ACYW-135 for Grade 7–12 students who have not received these vaccines. Students can book appointments at existing City-run immunization clinics through www.tphbookings.ca/tph/studentvaccines

This info is also on our website: https://www.toronto.ca/community-people/health-wellness-care/health-programs-advice/immunization/get-immunized-children-youth/grade-7-vaccination-program/

Currently TPH is offering clinics at Metro Toronto Convention Center, Scarborough Town Center, Cloverdale Mall, Woodbine and Mitchell Field from 1pm to 7pm every Tuesday thru to Saturday.

Bookings are done through this site:


Click on School Immunization Program

Post-Secondary Information Session One

Post-Secondary Information Session 1 - 2021-2.mp4

If video doesn't load, you can download it here.

2021-2022 Post-Secondary Information Session 1 - 2021-2.pptx


The TDSB invites families of Grade 12 students to attend an upcoming Post-Secondary Information Session on Wednesday, October 6, 2021. This session is aimed at helping parents/guardians and students better understand the post-secondary admissions process during COVID-19. This event is meant to support the post-secondary initiatives that schools are coordinating for their students locally. Grade 12 students and families will be encouraged to direct any questions about post-secondary planning to their school Guidance Counsellors.

Following a brief overview of the post-secondary application process, participants will have the opportunity to hear from a number of GTA post-secondary institutions regarding their admissions process and how their institutions are addressing teaching and learning during the pandemic. Presenters include:

  • OYAP

  • OCAS

  • Centennial College

  • Seneca College

  • George Brown College

  • Humber College

  • University of Toronto

  • Ryerson University

  • York University

This Post-Secondary Information Session will take place on Wednesday, October 6th from 7 to 8:15 p.m. Please find the webinar link below:

Families can request interpretation services for this event in advance, by completing this online form.

Schools are asked to share this information with their Grade 12 students and families.

Post-Secondary Information Session for Families - TDSB - 2021-2.pdf

Are you struggling in your subjects, but need more than a peer tutor?

Are you in a grade 12 class, need help but can't get a peer tutor?

How about a university student? They usually know a lot of stuff.

Each year, U of T students organize very successful weekly tutoring sessions with a high school students who need support in their classes. For free!

Check out the QR code in the picture for more info and take advantage of this great opportunity!

TDSB Night School

Registration begins September 10th @ 10am

For more information and course offerings, visit https://www.tdsb.on.ca/High-School/Going-to-High-School/Night-School-and-Summer-School/Night-School

2021-22 e-Learning Day School Program and Registration Information.pdf

**Registration Closed**

e-Learning Day School Courses for 2021-2022

Registration deadline for semester 1: September 24th

Senior Courses with Availability (limited spaces).pdf

Senior Courses with Availability

Deadline: September 17th at noon (closed)

Students may request a change from one course to another in the same period. Students with an existing spare may also request to add a course in the same period.

Courses in other periods will NOT be moved around.

Please note that there are very limited spots in courses that are available

Submit your request here

Course Changes 2021-2022 - Deadline September 6th


It is recommended that you wait until reviewing your timetable on TDSB Connects on Tuesday, August 31st before requesting a change.

Any request to change sections for the same course will not be granted.

Students have the option to:

  1. INCREASE their course load by adding a course (if less than 8 courses are currently listed as scheduled)

  2. DROP a course from your schedule and have a spare period (senior students only). Any courses being taken over the summer should be dropped/removed at this time

  3. ADD a specific course (if space is available) in place of one current course

  4. REMOVE a specific course and replace it with one of a few another options

List of Grade 9 and 10 Courses

List of Grade 11 and 12 Courses

Post Secondary Transitions Panel Discussion

A group of FHCI Alumni joined our Grade 12 classes on Friday, May 14th to share their experiences and words of wisdom on transition from high school to post-secondary.

Video Recording

Dual Credits Summer Program in July for Grade 11 and 12 Students

Contact your Guidance Counsellor if you are interested

  • Baking @ Centennial

  • Culinary @ Centennial

  • Video Game @ Centennial

  • Canadian Criminal Justice System @ Humber

  • Introduction to Business @ Humber

  • Colour Theory and Trends @ Humber

  • Animation Art @ Humber

  • Sociology @ Humber

  • Applied Psychology of Learning & Careers @ Seneca

  • What in the World is Going On? @ Seneca

Course Changes for School Year 2021-2022 (Temporarily Closed)

We understand that some of you may need to make changes to your course requested for next year, either due to summer school enrolment or change of interests. Unfortunately, we cannot process changes on a rolling basis.

There will be a formal process to request changes in upcoming months. Communication will be sent out to students.

Copy of Virtual Calm Space for High School

An excellent guide when you just "need a moment".

Visit the Mental Health & Wellbeing page for more resources.

TO Supports is a weekly homework help drop-in for Black Youth. Support is available Tuesdays & Thursdays from 3:30-4:30 for students Gr. 7-12.

The Virtual Ignite Fair gives young people in the Greater Toronto Area a free opportunity to connect with non-profit organizations.

Saturday, October 9, 2021

2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m

For tickets and more information: https://info.volunteertoronto.ca/IgniteFair