Early in September, an introductory session will be held for students who have been identified gifted through the Identification, Placement and Review Committee process.
This opening session will introduce students to gifted learning at the secondary level. Information sessions promote the enrichment of academic and personal pursuits.
Students will meet regularly during each semester both on an individual basis and in group sessions with a Facilitator of the Gifted Program.
Individualized, differentiated learning will be explored to meet each student’s needs. Sessions are brief and informative in order to avoid missing valuable instructional time. An Individual Education Plan will be formulated that focuses on skill development.
As early as Grade 9, students will be introduced to scholarship planning and goal setting. This will continue through to graduation.
Our program offers a myriad of opportunities such as educational conferences, workshops, simulations, field trips, competitions and symposiums that are geared toward the development of key skills.
Self-Advocacy and Advanced Communication Skills
Critical thinking Skills
Advanced Research Skills relating to Post-Secondary Exploration and Scholarship Preparation
Some of the events available throughout the academic year include:
The Annual TCDSB Perspectives Gifted Conference at the University of Toronto
Catholic Students United Nations Assembly
Ontario Model Parliament
World Press Exhibition
TIFF Bell Light Box Workshops
Queen’s Enrichment Week
Duke of Edinburgh Award
Guest Speaker Series
The Enrichment Program is a dynamic program for highly motivated students who have achieved a high level of academic success but have not been formally identified as gifted.
Students who demonstrate a strong commitment to academics are invited to participate in a variety of enrichment opportunities in all areas from the Sciences to the Arts. Students interested in the Enrichment Program may come to Room 132 for more information.