Students at North Toronto may choose to participate in an athletic program at the intramural or interschool level. The intramural programs are run by the G.A.A. and the B.A.A. These associations also organize athletic assemblies, fundraisers and special events during the year. Students should refer to the Academic Eligibility Policy as distributed by the Physical Education Department which states that students must be in regular attendance in all classes, behave acceptably in class, and have good academic standing to remain on a North Toronto school team. Check for any restrictions regarding the number of sports an athlete can play in a given season. As well, students transferring to North Toronto from other secondary schools are not eligible for membership in some of our school teams until they apply for athletic transfer eligibility. The TDSB rather than individual schools govern player eligibility. Concerns or questions should be addressed to the physical education teachers at the beginning of the school year.
This program is open to all students at N.T. The B.A.A. and G.A.A do an excellent job of organizing a number of individual and co-educational leagues throughout the year. These leagues usually run at two levels, Junior (Grades 9 and 10) and Senior (Grades 11 and 12).
Students who wish to play at a more competitive level may try out for one or more of our many interschool teams. Tryouts for teams are announced over Hot Air and posted outside the Boys' and Girls' Phys. Ed. Office. Further information regarding teams, academic eligibility, deposits/fees and tryouts is available from the students' Phys. Ed. handbooks and Phys. Ed. Department.