Field Trip – Fall 2023 Semester

Last Update: Apr. 21, 2023


The field trip is tentatively scheduled on Sept. 23, 2022.


  • All costs associated with the field trip (Eg. Ticket and transportation) will be covered by school.
  • Meal will NOT be provided (Students are supposed to get their own meals).


  • 10:00 AM: Meet at school and take the public transportation to the CN Tower for a guided tour of the tower and its observation deck.
  • Upon arrival at the CN Tower, the students will be greeted by their guide who will provide them with an overview of the tower’s history and architecture.
  • The guide will also explain the various engineering and design features of the tower, and answer any questions the students may have.
  • 12:00 PM: Lunch break.
  • 1:30 PM: Visit the Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada for a guided tour of the aquarium and a chance to see the marine life.
  • Upon arrival at the aquarium, the students will be met by their guide who will lead them on a tour of the facility’s various exhibits.
  • The guide will introduce the students to the marine life found in Canadian waters and around the world, and explain the various conservation efforts being undertaken to protect these species.
  • The students will have a chance to see sharks, stingrays, and other marine creatures up close, and learn about their habitats, diets, and behaviours.
  • 3:30 PM: Return to school.
  • After the tour, the students will take the public transportation back to school, sharing the day’s activities and what they learned.


CN Tower

The CN Tower is an iconic landmark located in the heart of downtown Toronto. It stands at 553 meters tall, making it one of the tallest freestanding structures in the world. The tower was originally built as a telecommunications tower, but has since become a popular tourist destination due to its unique design and stunning views.

It offers a fascinating glimpse into the history of Toronto and Canada’s engineering and technological advancements. The tower was built in the 1970s and showcases some of the most cutting-edge technology and engineering of the time. This can be a valuable educational experience for high school students who are studying science, engineering or technology.

The CN Tower offers breathtaking views of Toronto and its surrounding areas. The tower’s observation deck, located on the LookOut Level, provides a 360-degree view of the city and its skyline. This can be an awe-inspiring experience for high school students, who may not have had the opportunity to see the city from such a height before. Additionally, the tower’s Glass Floor and SkyPod offer unique perspectives and photo opportunities for students.

Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada

Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada is a world-class aquarium located in the heart of downtown Toronto. It is home to over 20,000 marine animals and features a range of exhibits and interactive displays that showcase the beauty and diversity of the world’s oceans.

It offers a unique opportunity for students to learn about marine life and the importance of ocean conservation. The exhibits and displays at the aquarium are designed to be both informative and engaging, providing students with a hands-on learning experience that is both fun and educational.

Note: The time and schedule are subjected to change. Please consult this page frequently.

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