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Welcome to MaST

Course Selection for Students

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For students that are currently in Grade 9 MaST, you must sign up for the following courses for Grade 10:

Grade 10 MaST Math:  MPM 2DP

Grade 10 MaST English:  ENG 2DP

Grade 11 MaST Biology:  SBI 3UP

Grade 10 MaST History:  CHC 2DP

Note that if you check the program information on this website, CHC 2DP will not be listed.  That is true only for incoming students to the program next year, not students currently in the program and is a result of changes made to programs at the TDSB level.  Current Grade 9 students must sign up for CHC 2DP.

Many Grade 9 MaST students take civics and careeers online during the summer after Grade 9 either during July or August(sign up later in the spring) so that they can take 4 electives in Grade 10 rather than 3 but may elect to take civics and careers during the year if they choose.


For students that are currently in Grade 10 MaST, you must sign up for the following courses for Grade 11:

Grade 11 MaST Chemistry:  SCH 3UP

Grade 11 MaST Physics:  SPH 3UP

Grade 11 MaST Functions:  MCR 3UP



Applications for the 2023-24 School Year

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Please click on the Apply tab for full information regarding the TDSB's new special interest program application process and important dates.

Deryk Jackson, ACL for MaST( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it )

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Last Updated on Thursday, 17 November 2022 22:18

DCTI Hacks the North

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A big congrats to David Teresi, grade 12 MaST student at DCTI!  He was one of 13 winners, out of 1500 competitors, at Hack the North, Canada's biggest hackathon which attracted top level programmers from across the world!  
See more about his winning project, HANQ . 
David T with his winning project, HANQ
Last Updated on Tuesday, 01 October 2019 09:43

Manning wins Platinum at the Canada Wide Science Fair in Fredericton

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Manning Whitby Nat Science Fair

Left:  Manning Whitby

The very first day of his Grade 9 school year, Manning’s science teacher told the class they would be taking part in a school wide science fair at the end of February–5 months later.  Manning came to class that day with an idea in mind already and he has spent the last four years building, testing, analysing and improving that idea.

That idea was to improve the lives of those with vision impairments by developing a wearable device that would signal to the wearer information about obstacles and hazards and make their lives safer and more independent.

Over the course of the last few years, Manning has improved his technology through a number of generations and in so doing, has worked with classmates, teachers and former students.  He learned how to be an engineer in its truest sense and we are immensely proud of his accomplishments.

In addition to winning a Platinum medal in Fredericton, Manning was also awarded the Ted Rogers Innovation Award, the Innovation Challenge Award and the Youth Can Innovate Award, and an invitation to the 2019 European Union Contest for Young Scientists (EUCYS) in Bulgaria. 

Last Updated on Tuesday, 20 October 2020 10:02

Former MaST students get a deal on Dragon's Den!

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Frank Nguyen and Andre Bertram(both MaST graduates 2015) appeared on Dragon's Den on October 19th looking for      $100 000 of funding and to partner with one or more Dragon's on their invention, the HeartWatch.

Not only did they get the full $100 000 in funding, but every Dragon went in on the deal to partner with them!  Check out their appearance below:

For more information about the HeartWatch and Andre and Frank's company, please visit their website:

Last Updated on Friday, 20 October 2017 18:02

“I have been impressed with the urgency of doing. Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Being willing is not enough; we must do.” Leonardo da Vinci

MaST is an intensive, specialized 4-year program in Mathematics, Science and Technology. This Enriched program will allow students with strengths and goals in these areas to learn in an environment conducive to exploring and expanding their high school experience.