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For girls ages 11-18


High School activities are aimed at helping girls 11-18 face the challenges of each day in a time of maturing and transition.

PEV offers a variety of clubs and social service projects for high school girls. These activities help the girls to grow in optimism and courage as they mature and develop. Surrounded by friends and mentors, the students cultivate personal talents, leadership skills, and a spirit of service.


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WEEKdays Tutoring Program


WEEKdays (Women Encouraging Excellence and Knowledge) was founded in 1999 and is dedicated to promoting rewarding careers for girls.

WEEKdays guides female high school students from Toronto and the GTA along pathways of success. Our educational programs embrace the dignity of the person by focusing on academic excellence, virtue development, and individual attention.


The SMILES (Skill Mastery and Independent Living Essentials) program addresses the lack of suitable programs for young women with autism, Down's Syndrome, and developmental delays. These individuals often stay home due to financial limitations and transportation issues.


SMILES provides a safe and encouraging space for them to learn crucial life skills such as cooking, cleaning, communication, and social interaction. The program aims to promote self-sufficiency in daily tasks, empowering participants to engage in community contributions through volunteer work.

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Ages 11–13 years
A club that seeks to foster friendship, industriousness and leadership!

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Girls' Club

Girls Clubs

Prom-Edu-Val Society is committed to providing a safe environment for all participants in our activities and programs.

If you have questions about our safety policies or have a particular safety issue that you would like to bring to our attention, please contact us at [email protected].


If you do not feel comfortable speaking with a member of the PEV Management team, you can contact your local police or child protective services. If a minor is at risk, call 911.

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