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ALL SCIHIGH PROGRAMMING INCLUDING SUMMER INTERNSHIPS HAS BE CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

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Welcome to SciHigh, an outreach program bringing science to students from grades 1 to 12 in Toronto. We want to show kids first-hand how exciting health research can be! Browse our site to find out who we are, how to book a visit to your school or community group, what to expect when we visit, and things you can try at home. We’ve also included links to other websites that you may find helpful and interesting.

SciHigh volunteers travel to Toronto schools (at no expense to schools) to share their enthusiasm and love of science. Our volunteers are graduate students, post-doctoral fellows and staff at the Lunenfeld-Tanenbaum Research Institute of Mount Sinai Hospital, the University of Toronto, and the Hospital for Sick Children. The primary focus of our presentations is genetics.

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ALL SCIHIGH PROGRAMMING INCLUDING SUMMER INTERNSHIPS HAS BEEN CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

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We also hold an annual Science Fair for intermediate students and March break and summer internships for senior high school students. Please visit our students section of this website for more details on these programs.

Financial support for this program is provided by the Lunenfeld-Tanenbaum Research Institute.

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What Teachers Say

Feedback from teachers about the SciHigh science demonstrations

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A Teacher

Educational Co-ordinator
“The enthusiastic and knowledgeable volunteers promote science through hands-on experiments and engaging discussion.”