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STEAM at Libermann is a prestigious program for students who enjoy and excel in the Mathematics, Science, Technology and English and 21st Century fluencies.

STEAM courses are grounded in a rigorous-based curriculum and incorporates unique opportunities for enrichment and differentiated instruction.  Students complete courses as a cohort in Grades 9, 10 and 11 in the core STEAM courses and work collaboratively on many school-based assignments and community-based activities.​

Students who successfully complete the requirements of the STEAM Program from grades 9-12, will be awarded the Francis Libermann C.H.S - STEAM  Program Certificate and Medal at the Graduation Ceremony.

STEAM cohorts allow students to complete grade 9-12 studies alongside STEAM classmates:
  • STEAM Grade 9:  ENG1D2, MPM1D2, SNC1D2, TIJ1O2
  • STEAM Grade10: ENG2D2, MPM2D2, SNC2D2, ICS3U2
  • STEAM Grade11: ENG3U2, MCR3U2; one or two of the following science courses: SBI3U2, SCH3U2 or SPH3U2; one or two of the following technology courses: ICS4U2 or TGJ3M2
  • STEAM Grade12: Two or more credits must be completed in the areas of Math, Science, Technology and/or English. Students may select courses based on post-secondary program requirements. Most grade 12 STEAM students take Enriched Advanced Function, AP Calculus and as part of the Computer Science STEAM Class they have the opportunity of taking the AP Computer Science exam.


  • Course offerings subject to change based on direction from the Ministry of Education.
    Please Note:
    *STEAM students are expected to maintain a minimum of 70% on each of the STEAM courses.  Failure to achieve 70% may result in withdrawal from the STEAM program. STEAM students must take ALL STEAM courses or they will be withdrawn from the STEAM program.
    *Once students withdraw from the STEAM program, they are no longer eligible for STEAM courses and/or the Francis Libermann C.H.S STEAM Program Certificate and must complete OSSD graduation requirements.
    STEAM & FIT Certificates (Graduation)
    Students who successfully complete all four years (14 credits) in the STEAM program will receive a STEAM CERTIFICATE and STEAM Medal at Graduation Ceremony.  STEAM students who have taken grade 11 and 12 Computer Science will be eligible to receive a FIT certificate in Software Design and Development through the Information and Communications Technology Council of Canada (ICTC).

RSVP to obtain a link for our virtual open house session on Thursday, October 22​




The application process is now online using SOAR (Student Online Application for Registration) through our TCDSB website Applications must be completed between Thursday, October 8, 2020 and Thursday, October 29, 2020 (the portal will be available on October 8th).

Acceptance into STEAM is determined from the following application criteria:

  • Student Questionnaire/Self-Reflection
  • Grade 6 Report Card
  • Grade 7 Report Card
  • Grade 6 EQAO Assessment
  • CAT-4 Assessment (if applicable)
  • School Referral
​It is important that you allow the release of EQAO & CAT4 Data through SOAR in order for the application process to be complete.
Additional details are available on the STEAM Flyer and Promotional Video.