Danforth Collegiate and Technical Institute

“We learn by doing” – Faciendo Discimus

Danforth Collegiate and Technical Institute is a specialized Math, Science and Technology school that is proud of its past, but equal to the challenges of both the present and future.

The school motto is “We learn by doing” and, indeed, experiential learning defines the “Danforth Way”. Students have access to a wide selection of engaging and innovative courses, offered in a caring, encouraging, and inclusive atmosphere. Across the subject disciplines, from Technological Studies to the Arts, individual student creativity is encouraged and celebrated. Danforth also supports a wide range of students with special needs and is committed to the learning success of all students.

MaST

MaST is a four-year program specializing in Mathematics, Science and Technology that provides:

ACCELERATION: The grade 9 program enables students in grade 10 to take some grade 11 courses.  This acceleration continues in the following year and interested students could graduate with up to twelve grade 12 credits (This is double the minimum requirement for university acceptance.) MaST students graduate with an average of nine grade 12 credits.

ENRICHMENT: The MaST classes allow students with similar interests to work together on projects that are hands-on and open-ended.  Many challenging and enriching opportunities are available to them such as Math and Science Contests, National Science Fair, and Skills Canada Competitions etc…Please visit the  news page to see what they have been up to recently.

FLEXIBILITY: As students progress to grade 12, their course options increase dramatically to support a wide variety of post-secondary opportunities.

Learn more about the Danforth CTI MaST program

School Relocation: Greenwood Secondary School to Danforth Collegiate and Technical Institute

Danforth Collegiate and Technical Institute will be welcoming Greenwood Secondary School in September 2017. The relocation was approved by the Board of Trustees in June 2016 following a Pupil Accommodation Review (PARC).

For more information, please visit our page devoted to the transition.