Engineering Courses for High School Students

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U of T Engineering is committed to inspiring students through a full range of year-round Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) programs offered by our Engineering Outreach Office. Beyond the selected listing of high school programs below, we also offer a suite of programs for younger learners, from Grades 3 to 8.

Da Vinci Engineering Enrichment Program (DEEP) Summer Academy

Designed for high school students from Grades 9 to 12 with a passion for science and math, DEEP Summer Academy is an opportunity to explore advanced topics in engineering including robotics, nanotechnology, product design and biomedical engineering. DEEP instructors are PhD candidates who will share their knowledge and research through lectures, labs and hands-on sessions. Join students from all over the world at the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering in downtown Toronto this July!


Blueprint is an academic enrichment program designed for highly motivated Black students currently in Grades 9, 10 and 11 who are interested in careers in Science, Technology Engineering and Math with a strong interest in Engineering. The program includes five weeks of summer programming and year-long student engagement, including monthly webinars and scheduled meet-ups. Students will be exposed to state-of-the-art teaching facilities and labs at Canada’s top engineering school and have the opportunity to hear from students and researchers in the fields.

ENGage High School Saturdays

ENGage High School Saturdays is a mentorship program for Black high school students interested in learning more about STEM. This community-building program encourages students to develop their academic skills in science and engineering while gaining and developing valuable life skills.

Academic Preparation Courses

Academic Preparation Courses aim to enrich the knowledge students in Grades 9 to 11 on core Ontario high school level math and science curriculum. Designed in consultation with current Ontario high-school teachers, these non-credit courses consist of a curated suite of online materials and real-world challenge problems to practice problem-solving skills.