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1. LEARN ABOUT OUR SCHOOL PHILOSOPHY

We host several Open Houses throughout the year. Prospective students are welcome, although we hold separate tours and Orientation Days for new students that give them a deeper understanding and experience of life at VIS.

Open Houses

Open Houses are scheduled on the following dates:
Thursday, October 7th, 2021, 10:00am – 12:00 noon
Thursday, November 18th, 2021, 10:00am – 12:00 noon
Thursday, February 10th, 2022, 10:00am -12:00 noon
Thursday, March 3rd, 2022, 10:00am – 12:00 noon

We appreciate your interest in Voice Integrative School. Do not hesitate to contact the school regarding the current status of admissions or further information regarding these Open Houses. Please inquire at (416) 691 4639 or vis@voiceintegrative.com for more information. Thank you.

Kids Informing Kids: A Student -Led Tour for Potential VIS Applicants

Our Open Houses are dedicated to the families of potential students and provide parents and guardians with an opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of our philosophy, to take a tour while classes are in progress and to get answers to any questions they might have.

For prospective students we also have Kids Informing Kids: A Student-Led Tour. This hour long tour is geared toward kids and is led almost entirely by student leaders from our primary, junior and intermediate divisions. It is available to students interested in enrolling in all grades. It is not necessary but it is recommended that parents attend an Open House prior to registering for this student-only tour. We ask that parents drop off students at the main office by 10:00 am and return for pick up by 11:00 am.

Upcoming Kids Informing Kids Tours
Friday, October 8th from 10am to 11am
Friday, November 19th from 10am to 11am
Friday, February 11th from 10am to 11am
Friday, March 4th from 10am to 11am

Please note: The Kids Informing Kids Tour is not to be confused with our formal Student Orientation Days which take place following an official application.

2. COMPLETE AN APPLICATION PACKAGE

Your Application package must include the following:

  • Application form ( Please click here to download )
  • $300.00 non-refundable application fee payable to VIS or Voice Intermediate School or Voice Integrative School
  • Recent photograph of your child
  • A photocopy of the student’s most recent progress report
  • A graded sample of the student’s writing (i.e. poem, short story, or essay)

3. APPLYING STUDENTS ATTEND AN ORIENTATION DAY

You will be contacted with a date and details on the aspects pertaining to your child’s Orientation Day. On this day prospective students will:

  • Meet fellow students and participate in regular classes
  • Have an interviews with the Principal and members of Student Council
  • Complete a Math and a Language Assessment

NOTE: Due to COVID-19 restrictions, we are currently unable to provide in-person orientation days. In light of this, we are conducting virtual interviews between the principal and each student going through our admissions process.

4. ENROLLMENT STATUS

There is a wait-list for certain grades; however, a few spaces remain available. Should you be interested in applying for the upcoming school year; please contact vis@voiceintegrative.com.

Admission acceptance is given on a rolling basis and subject to space availability.

NOTE: Due to our inability to have in-person orientation days at the moment, we are granting a ONE month conditional acceptance to all students accepted to VIS. This conditional acceptance allows for both the school and parents to have time to determine whether the school is a good fit for the enrolled student. For further information, please contact the office at (416)-691-4639. 

COVID-19 Procedures & Protocols

VIS follows all Ministry of Health and Education measures for elementary schools in Ontario. We have a detailed operational guidance handbook that outlines all of our COVID procedures and protocols. Please see our Reopening Handbook below:

VIS Reopening Handbook

COVID-19 Vaccination Policy

The vaccination status of any staff member, student and/or visitor to the school will remain confidential and will not be disclosed to anyone other than the administration, Ministry of Education or Toronto Public Health to protect confidentiality, medical privacy and to avoid legal repercussions against the school.

However, VIS’ policy is in line with the Ministry of Education’s policy for private schools which is outlined below:

“The Ministry of Education will require all private schools to implement a COVID-19 immunization disclosure policy as an additional tool to advance safety and support local public health units in working with private schools to follow COVID-19 Guidance: School Case, Contact, and Outbreak Management.

 The policy will require that private school employees undertake one of the following:

– Provide proof of full vaccination against COVID-19; or

– Provide a formal/official documented medical reason for not being vaccinated against COVID-19; or

– Participate in an educational program approved by the Ministry of Education.

 

This approach will also apply to student placements, frequent school visitors (e.g. school nutrition program staff), and other professionals who deliver services in schools. Staff members who are not immunized, including those with medical reasons, will be required to complete COVID-19 antigen testing TWICE weekly as directed in provincial guidance. The means of obtaining, administering, and reporting the test will be communicated solely to the administration and the Ministry of Health. 

For eligible students, our policy is that the vaccination of children from ages 12-19 is at the discretion of the parent to make that medical decision for their child. Therefore, we do not hold vaccination clinics at the school, but respect the decisions of each family in our community, whatever they may be. In any event, we remain committed to maintaining a safe working and learning environment for all of our staff, students and their family members and at all times will take the appropriate steps to promote a healthy environment whereby we can limit the spread of the COVID-19 disease or its variants.