CyberARTS is an enriched environment that combines studies in traditional arts and new media.



Our student driven, project-based curriculum develops artistic and academic skills while encouraging self-esteem, independent work habits and creative / critical thinking. The multi-disciplinary art and technology program is situated in Northview Heights Secondary School. The four-year course is integrated with Ontario Secondary School Diploma requirements. Projects are both cooperative and independent and involve Foundation Arts, Desktop Publishing, Graphic Design, Web Design, Multimedia, Film, Photography and Animation.


There is a focus on artistic expression with knowledge of design and technical experience. The curriculum is designed to maximize student potential and develop their entrepreneurial spirit through a variety of expanded opportunities. Students use their art and technology skills for outreach projects that are developed with partners in our community.


In grade 12 students have the option of taking two, or four, credit Cyber Co-op this year students gained valuable experience in Education, Graphic Design, Web Design, Law and Media; this included both radio and digital platforms.




Mark Della Rosa

Works in the film industry in animation and visual effects. He has worked on over 25 films that includes Thor, Final Destination and the The Book of Eli.




Rei Misiri Artist and Creative Director

Rei was profiled on a lifestyle and entertainment website.




Christine Chung Visual Development & Concept Art

Christine graduated Sheridan's highly regarded animation course and is now working at Elliot Animation in Toronto. She visited Northview recently to discuss her experiences since graduating from CyberARTS.







*** Alumni information will be regularly updated ***



Grade 9 students at the 2018 Film in a Day workshop at TIFF Bell Lightbox. Fieldtrips and guest artists enhance the CyberARTS curriculum.

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