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Train to win with UCC Math Select

UCC’s elite math competition training program for boys and girls in Grades 5 through 9 starts soon.

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UCC open houses on Oct. 23 and 24

We’re changing the format of our open houses to make it easier for attendees to learn about the school and get basic admission information.

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Apply now for Sep. 2015

Smart, talented, high-achieving boys and their parents, please note: Applications for admission to UCC now open.

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Upper Canada College was founded in 1829 and is one of North America’s foremost boys’ schools, offering Senior Kindergarten through university entrance and boarding for 88 students from outside of Toronto. Graduates of UCC — an International Baccalaureate World School with one of the broadest programs in the country — are highly regarded by top universities and post-secondary institutions worldwide. Our global network of alumni includes leaders and innovators in politics, finance, arts, athletics, media and beyond.


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Sarah Barclay chosen for Google Teacher Academy

UCC Prep teacher Sarah Barclay has been invited to the Google Teacher Academy in London, England on October 27 and 28.

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Footballers play while former star feted at “Friday Night Lights”

Fans got to watch two football games while UCC received a valuable scholarship during “Friday Night Lights.”

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Top UCC students recognized at Prize Day

UCC’s best Upper School students were rewarded for their academic achievements during the annual Prize Day ceremony.

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Barton Lecture speaker renounces “teen apathy”

Barton Lecture speaker Shane Feldman has a knack for motivating his fellow teens. He holds the record for having organized the largest teen-planned event ever.

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Geography students learn about life in refugee camps

UCC IB1 geography students gained awareness and empathy while taking part in the Refugee Camp in the Heart of Campus.

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Dr. Adam Cox
Clinical psychologist addresses boys’ needs

Dr. Adam Cox spoke to UCC students in the morning and parents in the evening on Sept. 22.

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The IB at UCC: Future Possibilities

Students, parents, teachers and alumni reflect on the value of the IB education at Upper Canada College.

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UCC student essay wins Government of Canada History Award

UCC Grade 10 student Karman Cheema has won $1,000 and a Government of Canada History Award.

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Sarah Barclay chosen for Google Teacher Academy

UCC Prep teacher Sarah Barclay has been invited to the Google Teacher Academy in London, England on October 27 and 28.

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Footballers play while former star feted at “Friday Night Lights”

Fans got to watch two football games while UCC received a valuable scholarship during “Friday Night Lights.”

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Old Boys return to talk about careers in new speaker series

Old Boys are speaking to Grade 9 students in a new speaker series that’s part of their career studies course.

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Gift to support science lab renovations encourages young innovators

Son’s “mad scientist” experiments inspires John and Susan Francis’s gift of $250,000

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Top UCC students recognized at Prize Day

UCC’s best Upper School students were rewarded for their academic achievements during the annual Prize Day ceremony.

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Train to win with UCC Math Select

UCC’s elite math competition training program for boys and girls in Grades 5 through 9 starts soon.

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Barton Lecture speaker renounces “teen apathy”

Barton Lecture speaker Shane Feldman has a knack for motivating his fellow teens. He holds the record for having organized the largest teen-planned event ever.

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UCC sponsors Planeterreaum for Nuit Blanche

Patrick Harvey ’11 is one of those who created the UCC-sponsored Planeterreaum art installation for Toronto’s Nuit Blanche.

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Geography students learn about life in refugee camps

UCC IB1 geography students gained awareness and empathy while taking part in the Refugee Camp in the Heart of Campus.

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Clinical psychologist addresses boys’ needs

Dr. Adam Cox spoke to UCC students in the morning and parents in the evening on Sept. 22.

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UCC teacher wins bronze at world championships

UCC teacher Fiona Marshall was part of the bronze medal-winning team at the Masters World Ball Hockey Championships.

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ty.jpgTy Greenberg
Student, Grade 8

Ty Greenberg emerged as his Grade 7 valedictorian last year after just one year at UCC. He attributes his success to the fact “new boys” become “one of the boys” in no time.

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tomTom Szaky
Old Boy

As a UCC student who’d recently emigrated from Hungary, Tom Szaky ’01 caught the entrepreneurial bug by observing his peers’ parents. “All these parents in successful businesses opened my eyes in a cool way.”

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aviaAvia Peacock
Nurse

With four kids under age eight, most working moms would barely find time to make dinner. On the other hand, Avia Peacock, UCC’s nurse, found time to become a semi-professional marathon runner.

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Philadelphia Flyers v Ottawa SenatorsColin Greening
Old Boy

Colin Greening ’05 has almost three years of NHL hockey under his belt, as an Ottawa Senators forward. And he’s also the poster boy for “all-rounder,” when you factor in the top grades he maintained at Cornell University.

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Adrian and Andrew PelIt’s “three for three” Old Boy brothers at Cambridge
Old Boy

The three Pel brothers are making a habit out of attending Cambridge University.

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Jameel JafferJameel Jaffer
Old Boy

Jameel Jaffer ’90′s role with the American Civil Liberties Union has put him at the forefront of hot-button topics that have sweeping ramifications around the globe.

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John GrahamJohn Graham
Old Boy

John Graham ’52 is a former Canadian diplomat who served as a spy for the CIA in Cuba in 1963 and 1964.

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Anthony HuaAnthony Hua
Student, Grade 9

Year 2 Rubik’s Cube whiz Anthony Hua has made wealthy, influential friends lately. Ranked 41st in Canada, after solving the puzzle in 12.13 seconds, he is now creating customized Cubes for some very famous people.

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