Drama workshop

Shannon’s 11/12 English and Perryne’s Presentation Skills classes participated in a dramatic workshop with facilitators Sadie and Kai! Students worked collaboratively to explore scene creation and subtext with both group-created improvisational sketches and the dinner scene from Elena Belyea’s Cleave

The Student Lounge: New and Improved

Drop by the Student Lounge to see the changes we’ve made! Now it’s easier to find information on jobs, volunteer opportunities, health and wellness, and more. We have games and activities to help you chill out. A huge thanks to Silvana La Rosa and our four amazing student volunteers for making it happen!

A reminder that the Student Lounge is everyone’s space. Please keep it clean and tidy, and remember that you should only be using it outside of class time (before and after school, lunch, and spares).

Parent-Teacher Interviews

SOLE Parent-Teacher Interviews are Thursday, March 21st from 5 pm to 8 pm. Please sign up online for a 15-minute interview with each teacher by clicking the button below. If you have a problem accessing the online sign-up system, email Rachel at rachel.rosen@tdsb.on.ca or call Debbie, our Office Administrator, at 416-393-0756.

Click to View Volunteer Opportunities on SignUp.com

SOLE at the AGO

Rachel’s Art, Photography, and Graphic Design classes visited the Art Gallery of Ontario to check out a number of exhibits, including Impressionism in the Age of Industry and Mickalene Thomas’ Femmes Noires. It was a full, exciting day of culture and creativity!

Tropical Welcome Party!

It may be cold outside, but new and returning SOLE students kept warm with a tropical-themed party, music, and food catered from the Real Jerk.

Thanks to the Student Council for some amazing decorating and real school spirit! If you’re interested in organizing more cool events like this, why not join us Mondays at lunch in the Tech Lab?


Due to significant combination of snow, ice pellets & freezing rain expected throughout the day, all TDSB schools & administrative sites are closed today. 

Interested in studying abroad?

The Study and Go Abroad Fair back to the Metro Toronto Convention Centre is on March 3rd.

At the fair, students will be able to meet face-to-face with representatives from colleges and universities from around the world, as well as embassies and education consortia. They will learn about admission requirements, program choices, visas and scholarships available. Free seminars will also be held during the event, starting at noon. As well, student travel organizations will be on hand to give out information on gap year options, including language travel, internships and work abroad programs.  

The expo is open from 1-5pm, but we recommend that students come early to attend the Feature Seminar on Scholarships.

Check the website (http://www.studyandgoabroad.com/student-expo) for more information on exhibitors, scholarships offered, and free seminars. 

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