Check the School Clinic Schedule below for an upcoming clinic at your child’s school.
The following vaccines are available at School Immunization Program (SIP) clinics:
In Ontario, the Immunization of School Pupil Act (ISPA) requires all students to be up to date with meningococcal vaccines or have a valid exemption even if they received a meningococcal vaccine as a child. There are two meningococcal vaccines routinely given as part of Ontario’s Publicly Funded Immunization Schedule:
Hepatitis b and human papillomavirus are strongly recommended but are not required. Learn more about SIP.
We will be returning to schools to provide students in grade 7 and 8 their next dose of the hepatitis b and human papillomavirus vaccines. Students who have not yet received these vaccines and/or the meningococcal vaccine can also get vaccinated at these clinics. Please note, these school-based clinics are offered during school hours to students who attend the school. These clinics are not open to the public. Visit TPHBookings.ca to find out about other City immunization clinics that are open to the public and offer SIP vaccines.
|School Name||Date of First Clinic||Clinic Time||Postal Code||Address|
|Bloordale Middle School||November 21, 2023||9:15a.m.–2:45p.m.||M9C2H3||10 Toledo Rd|
|Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic School||November 21, 2023||9:15a.m.–2:45p.m.||M8X1Z4||32 Montgomery Rd|
|St. Anselm Catholic School||November 21, 2023||9:15a.m.–11:30a.m.||M4G4H5||182 Bessborough Dr|
|Spectrum Alternative Senior School||November 21, 2023||1:00p.m.–2:45p.m.||M4S1E8||50 Davisville Ave|
|St. Clement’s School||November 21, 2023||9:15a.m.–11:30a.m.||M4R1G8||21 St Clements Ave|
|St. Monica Catholic School||November 21, 2023||1:00p.m.–2:45p.m.||M4P1T4||14 Broadway Ave|
|St. Michael’s College School||November 21, 2023||9:30a.m.–2:45p.m.||M5P3H4||1515 Bathurst St|
|Meadowvale Public School||November 21, 2023||9:15a.m.–11:30a.m.||M1C1T1||761 Meadowvale Rd|
|St. Dominic Savio Catholic School||November 21, 2023||1:00p.m.–2:45p.m.||M1B5X3||50 Tideswell Blvd|
|Sir Ernest Mac Millan Senior Public School||November 21, 2023||9:15a.m.–2:45p.m.||M1W2Y2||149 Huntsmill Blvd|
|Blessed Sacrament Catholic School||November 22, 2023||9:15a.m.–11:30a.m.||M5M1H9||24 Bedford Park Ave|
|Shaughnessy Public School||November 22, 2023||1:00p.m.–2:45p.m.||M2J1H5||30 Shaughnessy Blvd|
|St. Paschal Baylon Catholic School||November 22, 2023||9:15a.m.–2:45p.m.||M2M1X6||15 St. Paschal Crt|
|East Alternative School of Toronto||November 22, 2023||9:15a.m.–11:30a.m.||M4J1A7||21 Boultbee Ave|
|Bruce Public School||November 22, 2023||1:00p.m.–2:45p.m.||M4M2Y6||51 Larchmount Ave|
|St. Agatha Catholic School||November 22, 2023||1:00p.m.–2:45p.m.||M1M2T6||49 Cathedral Bluffs Dr|
|St. Wilfrid Catholic School||November 23, 2023||9:15a.m.–2:45p.m.||M3J2G8||1685 Finch Ave W|
|Lambton-Kingsway Junior Middle School||November 23, 2023||9:15a.m.–11:30a.m.||M8X2M6||525 Prince Edward Dr N|
|Holy Angels Catholic School||November 23, 2023||1:00p.m.–2:45p.m.||M9A4K4||100 Allanhurst Dr|
|Nelson Mandela Park Public School||November 23, 2023||9:15a.m.–11:30a.m.||M5A1X6||440 Shuter St|
|St. Paul Catholic School||November 23, 2023||1:00p.m.–2:45p.m.||M5A3E5||80 Sackville St|
|St. Kateri Tekakwitha Catholic School||November 23, 2023||9:15a.m.–11:30a.m.||M2J4C5||70 Margaret Ave|
|Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic School||November 23, 2023||1:00p.m.–2:45p.m.||M2J3C2||3105 Don Mills Rd|
|Lester B Pearson Elementary School||November 23, 2023||9:15a.m.–11:30a.m.||M2K2K5||7 Snowcrest Ave|
|Fleming Public School||November 23, 2023||9:15a.m.–11:30a.m.||M1B5B5||20 Littles Rd|
|St. Bede Catholic School||November 23, 2023||1:00p.m.–2:45p.m.||M1B5H3||521 Sewells Rd|
|St. John Catholic School||November 23, 2023||9:15a.m.–11:30a.m.||M4E1R7||780 Kingston Rd|
|St. Denis Catholic School||November 23, 2023||1:00p.m.–2:45p.m.||M4E3B8||67 Balsam Ave|
|All Saints Catholic School||November 24, 2023||9:15a.m.–2:45p.m.||M9P3A7||1435 Royal York Rd|
|De La Salle College||November 24, 2023||9:15a.m.–2:45p.m.||M4V1H7||131 Farnham Ave|
|Orde Street Public School||November 24, 2023||9:15a.m.–11:30a.m.||M5T1N7||18 Orde St|
|Northlea Elementary and Middle School||November 24, 2023||9:15a.m.–2:45p.m.||M4G1R4||305 Rumsey Rd|
|Alvin Curling Public School||November 24, 2023||9:15a.m.–11:30a.m.||M1B6K4||50 Upper Rouge Trl|
|St. Edmund Campion Catholic School||November 24, 2023||1:00p.m.–2:45p.m.||M1E4N1||30 Highcastle Rd|
|Yeshiva Yesodei Hatorah||November 27, 2023||9:15a.m.–11:30a.m.||M2J3C2||77 Glen Rush Blvd|
|Paul Penna Downtown Jewish Day School||November 27, 2023||1:00p.m.–2:45p.m.||M5S2T1||750 Spadina Ave|
|Ledbury Park Elementary and Middle School||November 27, 2023||9:15a.m.–2:45p.m.||M5M4K1||95 Falkirk St|
|St. Francis De Sales Catholic School||November 28, 2023||9:15a.m.–11:30a.m.||M3N1K9||333 Firgrove Cres|
|Valley Park Middle School||November 28, 2023||9:15a.m.–2:45p.m.||M3C1B2||130 Overlea Blvd|
|St. Mark Catholic School||November 29, 2023||1:00p.m.–2:45p.m.||M8Y1T4||45 Cloverhill Rd|
|Valley Park Middle School||November 29, 2023||9:15a.m.–2:45p.m.||M3C1B2||130 Overlea Blvd|
|St. Margaret Catholic School||November 29, 2023||9:15a.m.–2:45p.m.||M5M2X1||85 Carmichael Ave|
|St. Bartholomew Catholic School||November 29, 2023||1:00p.m.–2:45p.m.||M1S2E2||51 Heather Rd|
|St. Jane Frances Catholic School||November 30, 2023||9:15a.m.–2:45p.m.||M3L2E8||2745 Jane St|
|Elia Middle School||November 30, 2023||9:15a.m.–2:45p.m.||M3J1T7||215 Sentinel Rd|
|Milne Valley Middle School||November 30, 2023||9:15a.m.–2:45p.m.||M3A2J9||100 Underhill Dr|
|Beverley School||December 1, 2023||9:15a.m.–11:30a.m.||M5T1L4||64 Baldwin St|
|The York School||December 1, 2023||9:15a.m.–2:45p.m.||M4P1T4||1320 Yonge St|
|Branksome Hall||December 1, 2023||9:15a.m.–11:30a.m.||M4W1N4||10 Elm Ave|
|University of Toronto Schools||December 4, 2023||9:15a.m.–2:45p.m.||M5S2R7||371 Bloor St W|
|St. John Xxiii Catholic School||December 4, 2023||1:00p.m.–2:45p.m.||M3C3E7||175 Grenoble Dr|
|Toronto French School||December 7, 2023||9:15a.m.–2:45p.m.||M4N1T7||318 Lawrence Ave E|
|Greenwood College||December 12, 2023||9:15a.m.–2:45p.m.||M4S2L8||443 Mount Pleasant Rd|
|St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic School||December 13, 2023||1:00p.m.–2:45p.m.||M6E3G9||636 Glenholme Ave|
|Earl Grey Public School||November 29, 2023||9:15a.m.–2:45p.m.||M4J 1G8||100 Strathcona Ave|
Read about the benefits of receiving these vaccines, and review the hepatitis b, human papillomavirus (HPV) and meningococcal vaccine fact sheets for more information. Speak to a health care provider if you have questions or concerns.
There are many ways your child can get vaccinated:
Vaccines are safe, effective and one of the most important ways to improve health worldwide and prevent the spread of infectious diseases. Vaccinating children and youth helps protect them against infectious diseases and some cancers, and can prevent children and youth from passing on an infection to other vulnerable people in their family or school community.
Vaccines offered to teens and young adults are safe and protect them from:
Meningococcal disease is very rare, but it can become life threatening quickly. It is the leading cause of bacterial meningitis in teens and young adults. The bacteria infects the lining of the brain leading to strokes, hearing loss, seizures or blood infection. This vaccine is required to attend school in Ontario, and may be needed for travel and/or postsecondary education.
Meningococcal vaccines are 80 to 85 per cent effective at protecting against four types of bacteria that cause meningitis.
See the Meningococcal Vaccine Factsheet to learn more.
The hepatitis b virus is spread by infected body fluids. This can include improper cleaning of spa, tattoo, medical and dental instruments. Many people with infection may not have symptoms and can continue to spread the infection to others. Some infections can cause permanent liver damage, cirrhosis and cancer. This vaccine is recommended before travel and when working in some industries, like health care.
Hepatitis b vaccines are over 95 per cent effective at protecting against hepatitis b virus infections.
Students 11-15 years of age need two doses, given six months apart. Students aged 16 and older will need a third dose. Students with a weak immune system may need additional doses.
See the Hepatitis B Vaccine Factsheet to learn more.
There are different types of human papillomavirus (HPV). Many people do not know they are infected and never get symptoms. HPV infections cause many cancers of the mouth, head, throat, neck, cervix and genitals.
The HPV vaccine (Gardasil®-9) is over 95 per cent effective at protecting against nine types of HPV infections. Students ages nine to 14 years old need two doses, given six months apart. Students with a weak immune system or those who are 15 years and older at the time of their first dose will need a third dose.
See the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccine Factsheet to learn more.
|Vaccine||Who is Currently Eligible?|
|All grade 7 to 12 students*
Anyone born in 1997 or later
|Hepatitis B Vaccine
(Two or three doses)
|All grade 7 to 12 students*
Anyone born in 2005**
|HPV or Human Papillomavirus Vaccine
(Two or three doses)
|All grade 7 to 12 students*
Anyone born in 2004, 2005**
Females born in 2002 and 2003**
Males up to 26 years, who identify as having sex with men
* Current students in grades 7 to 12 are eligible for all three vaccines regardless of their age.
**If you are born in the year(s) listed and missed HPV or Hepatitis B vaccine doses due to the pandemic, you have extra time to get vaccinated for free until August 31, 2024.
This school year, Toronto Public Health is hosting SIP clinics for grade 7 students, and offering catch-up opportunities to students in grade 8 who are behind on meningococcal, hepatitis b and human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccines in schools across Toronto. These clinics will be held during school hours and no appointment is needed. Information and consent packages are sent to families through their schools. Parental consent is required.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, SIP was paused and many children and youth did not receive these lifesaving vaccines.
All grade 7 to 12 students and other eligible individuals can get any missed doses of these school-based vaccines at City-run vaccination clinics.
Book an appointment at TPHbookings.ca
*Completing the Vaccine Consent form:
Step 1: Student Information
All fields should be filled out including:
Step 2: Student Vaccination History
Step 3: Health History
Step 4: Consent for Vaccination
Consent forms submitted to Toronto Public Health through your child(ren)’s school for SIP vaccines are valid for two years.
Please refer to the SIP Checklist for more information.
If students received hepatitis b, human papillomavirus (HPV), and meningococcal vaccines from a health care provider other than Toronto Public Health, please report these vaccination(s) to Toronto Public Health online:
Vaccination records for meningococcal vaccines must be reported under the Immunization of School Pupils Act in order for students to continue attending school in Ontario.
Reporting vaccinations with hepatitis b and human papillomavirus HPV vaccines is not required, but helps students in a number of ways, such as:
Learn more about the free vaccines available for children. Some of these vaccines are required for children who attend school and childcare, or to have a valid exemption.