The Continuing Education Department is offering a Remote Credit Recovery Summer School Program for TDSB secondary students only from July 6 to July 31.
This program allows students to “recover” the credit in a course in which they were unsuccessful within the last two school years. It is a NEW summer program and will be delivered only online.
The Remote Summer Credit Recovery Program focuses not on time, but on the overall expectations the student must attain before earning the credit. Students in Grades 9 to 12 register for the credit recovery program through e-Reg by selecting RCR1O1.
The Continuing Education Department is offering a Hybrid Remote Summer Credit Program for TDSB secondary school students only from July 6 to July 31. This program is called “hybrid” because it may include both online and in-class learning environments in accordance with the ongoing guidance of the Ministry of Education.
This program allows TDSB students to enrol in one full-credit course that is offered in July. The program includes courses in all subject areas from Grades 9 to 12, with a focus on compulsory courses. The list of courses available to students and registration information will be available on the Continuing Education Summer School web page. Students in Grades 9 to 12 register for their requested course through e-Reg.
The e-Learning Department is offering the e-Summer program in both July and August. The program includes courses in all subject areas in Grade 11 and 12 as well as Grade 10 Civics and Career Studies.
Students may enrol in two full-credit courses, one in July and one in August. Students who are completing graduation diplomas should select a July course where possible. Registration is restricted to TDSB students until May 24. The list of courses available to students and registration information is on the e-Learning web page Students register through e-Reg.
Registration for 2020-2021 E-Learning Day School courses start next week.The TDSB will offer Grade 11 and 12 courses in a variety of subject areas. Spaces in a class are filled on a first come, first served basis!
E-Learning Day School means that you will be taking an online class during the school day during an entire semester. If you choose to sign up for an E-Learning course, you guidance counsellor will put “ELEARN” on your timetable. You are expected to work on that course daily during your “ELEARN” period.
Semester 1: Registration Dates: May 27 to September 23, 2020
Semester 2: Registration Dates: August 31 to February 23, 2021
Registration for JULY E-learning Summer school opens April 8th noon - June 15th at 4:30 pm
Courses Run: June 29 – July 28th, 2020
Registration for August E-Learning Summer school opens April 8th noon – July 8th, 2020 at 4:30 pm.
The TDSB reserves the right to close registration prior to July 8th when a class or classes reach capacity.
Courses Run: August 4 - August 28
Email your guidance counsellor to let them know you’ve signed up so they can approve your course!
TDSB students log in to e-Reg with your TDSB student number and the Password you login with at school. You can then request an e-Summer School course.
With the exception of CHV2O/ GLC2O, only ONE course will be processed per session.
Complete the Parent Guardian Consent form attached to the “Course Request Submitted” email you receive and please email your day school Guidance Counsellor.
Your day school Guidance Counsellor will approve or deny your request.
If you wish to who wish to withdraw from night school courses, please email your guidance counsellor.
In lieu of visiting Colleges and Universities, the following virtual campus tour resource by the Student Life Network will prove useful for our senior students and their families. Here is the link: https://blog.studentlifenetwork.com/2020/03/25/virtual-tours-campus-student-guide/