The Triangle Program is an alternative education program in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, designed for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender students who are at risk of dropping out or committing suicide because of homophobic harassment in regular schools.

Operated by the Toronto District School Board at the campus of Oasis Alternative Secondary School, Triangle is the only program of its type in Canada. It was created as an organization in 1995.

In conjunction with the LGBT youth organization Supporting Our Youth, Triangle also holds its own annual prom during Toronto's Gay Pride Week.

The school day is divided into two halves. For the first half of the day students work on self directed studies, with the help of teachers, on curriculum such as math, science and English. The afternoon is spent in a classroom setting, working on curriculum with a gay and lesbian focus. Units on LGBTQ history, healthy sexuality and equity and oppression allow gay and lesbian youth the opportunity to experience education geared to them.

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