Secondary Central Student Interest Programs 2022-2023
Application and Admissions
All students who have an interest and passion for a particular area may apply to the centralized schools and programs. Ursula Franklin Academy students interest program is focused on Integrated Technology. For more information please visit the TDSB website at Ursula Franklin Academy – Integrated Technology. A completed Centralized Program Application is all that is required. If the number of applicants exceeds the number of spaces available, all applicants will be eligible for the random selection process.
Students are encouraged to attend the UFA Open House in November, 2023 (date TBD) and research our program before submitting their application.
The online application will be open in November, 2023. Where the number of applicants exceed the number of spaces available in a program, all eligible applicants will be included in the random selection process.
Please click on the following link for information on the TDSB Secondary Central Student Interest Programs, to learn more about the applications and admissions process and to complete the Application Form click the following link:
Admissions Process for UFA
In November 2023, students may apply for admissions to Grades 9 and 10. Students will be admitted in Grade 10 if space is available.
Applicants must complete the Secondary Centralized Programs Online Application (LINK)
*If the number of students who are eligible to attend UFA exceeds the number of spaces available in any given year, all eligible students will be placed in a pool for a random draw (lottery).
At Ursula Franklin Academy, a school focused on social justice, we are committed to ensuring that fairness, equity, and inclusion are essential principles of our school community and are integrated into our registration process, programs, operations, and practices. Ursula Franklin Academy follows the Equitable Policy practices as outlined on the TDSB website.
As part of the Board’s strategic efforts and commitments to advance equity and inclusion, and ensure non-board discrimination, Ursula Franklin Academy encourages applications from families that represent the full diversity of communities in Toronto. Our admission policy allows for priority entry for members of diverse communities and for offers to be made to proportionally represent a diversity of Indigenous and racial identities, gender identity and expression. Our offers to members of diverse communities will comprise a minimum of 20%. 20% of spaces reflect the TDSB and Toronto demographic for historically and currently underserved communities (students self-identifying as Indigenous, Black, Latin American and Middle Eastern).