Regular Admissions

Regular Admissions


Students who reside within the City of Toronto can use the TDSB website's "Find Your School" section to identify the designated school based on residential address. 

Click here to find your HOME SCHOOL.

If you are currently in Grade 8 and Wexford Collegiate School for the Arts is your home school, please speak to your elementary guidance counsellor about selecting courses for Grade 9.  Students and families can attend either of the two November program information nights to visit the school and speak to our teachers.


Optional Attendance Status for 2019-2020

Optional Attendance status for Wexford Collegiate School for the Arts is:

  • Regular Program: Closed

Families New to Ontario


Toronto District School Board has two Newcomer Reception Centres:  West End Reception Centre and Georges Vanier Reception Centre. All students eligible for secondary school (ages 14-20) will visit one of these two Reception Centres before registration at their local secondary school.  

During the day students spend at the Newcomer Reception Centre, their English language skills and mathematics skills are assessed. These assessments will help the local secondary school support the new student with the most appropriate courses.  

Each Reception Centre has multilingual staff to assist students and families. Newcomer families can also connect with a Settlement Worker, to learn more about topics such as finding housing, looking for employment, accessing health care in Ontario, and a variety of support agencies.

The closest Reception Centre for Wexford CSA is: 

Georges Vanier Reception Centre (416-395-9440) 
3000 Don Mills Road East (Don Mills Road East, south of Finch) 

International Students

Please note that Wexford CSA is not one of the TDSB schools for international students.


The TDSB is proud to be one of the most diverse and multicultural school boards in the world. We welcome students from all countries.

Attending school in Toronto is a rewarding experience with many benefits. Toronto is a beautiful, clean and safe city. International students will learn about other diverse cultures, gain new perspectives and meet new friends while getting a first rate education.

Our teachers and counsellors understand the needs of our international students and know that they often require help adjusting to life in a new country. Our staff speak a variety of languages and they are always willing to offer friendly guidance on academic and personal issues.

More information is available by calling 416-395-8120, emailing us at or by visiting