About Us

Welcome to the Triangle Program!

The Triangle Program is a high school that hosts wonderful LGBTQ2+ youth who are in need of a smaller and safer space where they can find and build community. We strive to reflect our students’ experiences in an 2SLGBTQ+ and social justice-focused curriculum. We offer caring and flexible supports to help our students earn their high school diploma in the following ways: 

  • Curriculum serving grades 9 to 12.
  • We address the interests, concerns, literature, and history of the 2SLGBTQ+ communities in our classes whenever possible.
  • Guest speakers and field trips to connect students with different members of the 2SLGBTQ+ community.
  • Smaller classroom sizes with more teacher interaction.
  • Social supports: Through one part-time social worker, a part-time CYC, and through our connections to community organizations.
  • Nutrition: Triangle Program is able to offer students a free nutritious meal every day at lunch. Community volunteers often prepare lunch.
  • Opportunities for volunteer hours and dual credits.
  • TTC fare so transportation is not a barrier.

Daily schedule – Will Be Updated to meet COVID-19 Protocols as soon as possible.

  • The school is open for personal study every day at 9:00 am
  • Classes begin at 9:30 am and the school day ends at 3:30 pm
  • Lunch is from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm


Attendance is important and is recorded for every class and monitored regularly by the teachers and the social worker. We’ve found that to be successful students need to attend regularly.

The attendance requirement is 80%. Legitimate absences, with notification BY NOTE prior to absence will not be counted. All absences must still be accounted for by telephone message or by note.

If a student does not maintain their attendance at 80%, they risk losing their place at the Triangle Program.

Triangle Program School Council The Triangle Program School Council is an active council that focuses on many of the behind the scenes issues needed to support the Triangle Program itself and the students in it.

Chair: Doreen Fumia

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