Heads Up

Welcome to Heads Up, your one-stop source for news about your son’s upcoming activities and events.

National “Take Your Child to Work Day” on Nov. 1

2877a6ec0c018e7085404106b5151190We support boys who want to observe any profession first hand by taking a school day to do so as part of “Take Your Child to Work Day” on Wednesday, Nov. 1.

However, academic and co-curricular programs will continue on as usual. Parents who choose to have their son participate in “Take Your Child to Work Day” are expected to communicate their intent by emailing Nancy Pyle.

Boys are to speak to the teachers of the classes they’ll miss on this day. As in all cases of absence, boys will be responsible for any work, assessments or evaluations missed. They should discuss alternative arrangements should they be required.

Parents are to make all arrangements for the visit and your son is required to submit to his adviser a written paragraph reflecting on his experience for his advising-careers portfolio. Details will be emailed to your son.

There will be regular classes for all non-participants.



Blue: Whole School
Yellow: Upper School
Red: Prep School



Check out the new parent page

Upper Canada College is revamping our parent page. To experience the new parent page visit parents.ucc.on.ca

Read more »

Get involved with UCC

Find out more about getting involved with UCC by visiting here and learning about opportunities with the PO, PPO, ABC and BBC.

Read more »

Check out the family handbook

New to the UCC parent community? Read the family handbook for crucial information on your UCC experience.

Read more »

Join us on Facebook

Keep updated on the latest from UCC throughout the week on Facebook.

Read more »

Get creative with the arts at UCC

Upper Canada College is proud of its student achievement in the arts. Learn more about our art programmes here.

Read more »

Show spirit with UCC athletics

UCC has a long tradition of athletics. Learn more about our sports activities and teams here.

Read more »