Individual College and University School Presentations

College reps and university reps  will provide virtual presentations about their educational institutions, programs, admission requirements and campus life.

Notifications of each presentation will be given on the PHS Class of 2021/2022 google classroom.  Free to anyone to attend. Generally speaking presentations will take place between 4-5 pm and / or 6-7pm

Everyone is welcome – have your parents tune in too!   Feel free to ask questions in the chat box or at the end of the presentation.

University Events (Degree Programs)

Ontario University Fair (OUF)

Virtual Fair: Sat. September 25, 2021     12-2pm

Virtual Fair:  & Tues. October 26m 2021   5-7pm

Students can request viewbooks from specific universities of interest to them at

What marks do universities look at?

What does early acceptance into university mean?

College Events (Degree Programs, Diploma Programs, Apprenticeships)

Ontario College Virtual Fair (OCIF) cancelled in 2021.

NEW:  College Mondays 

Every Monday in October and November, there will be four panel groups running simultaneously on Zoom, each made up of six to seven colleges.

Each group will provide:

  • A brief overview of the Ontario community college system
  • Highlights from each college on the panel
  • Time to ask your questions to individual college representatives

These virtual events replace the College Information Program (CIP) events that run annually across the province.

What marks do colleges look at?

Out of Province Experiences -school – travel – work

Virtual Study and Go Abroad Fair  Thursday September 23, 2021 3-9pm

Connect with universities and colleges offering a wide range of undergraduate and post-graduate programs all over the world.

Student Lifexpo

Student Lifexpo in Toronto

Postponed until 2021

Metro Toronto Convention Center North Building Building – Constitution Hall


Educational and lifestyle exhibits including universities from all over Canada, colleges, skilled trades, and information on scholarships, student loans, travel, technology and some fun and entertainment as well.