Two Types of Delivery for Summer Programs Offered by the TDSB

  1. e-Learning. 
    • Online courses that take place in either the month of July or the month of August
    • Courses are full credit courses
  2. Face to Face (F2F)
    • These courses are offered only in the month of July at 15 schools across the city
    • Offerings include full credit courses (full day) and remedial courses (half day). Remedial courses are designed for students who have not been successful on their first attempt in the course but who have achieved a mark of a least 35%

 

Registration for 2018 Summer e-Learning is Now Open

July e-Learning Courses

Click here to see the e-learning courses that are being offered by the TDSB in the month of July.

Registration for July courses ends on June 19, 2018.  Please ensure that you provide your guidance counsellor with the e-learning course permission form and the signed parent summer school permission letter by this date.

August e-Learning Courses

Click here to see the e-learning courses that are being offered by the TDSB in the month of August.

Registration for August courses ends on July 11, 2018.  School guidance counsellors will enroll students up until noon on Thursday June 28th. Students who decide after June 28th that they wish to take an e-learning course in August must contact TDSB e-Learning directly to be registered and enrolled.

Registration for 2018 F2F Summer School Courses Opens at 10am on May 2

Click here for a list of remedial and full credit courses offered by the TDSB this summer as well as the locations of these courses. Registration closes at noon on Wednesday June 27, 2018

Steps to Enrolling in a Full Credit Course (e-Learning or F2F)

  1. Review course offerings
  2. Make an appointment with your guidance counsellor to:
    • discuss course prerequisites and the impact of taking a summer e-learning course on your day school timetable next year,
    • obtain a parent summer school permission letter
  3. Register online at www.creditprograms.ca and print the course permission form for your e-learning or F2F course request.
  4. Return to your guidance counsellor with the course permission form AND the signed parent summer school permission letter. This is a very important step in the process. Your guidance counsellor must receive these forms before you can be enrolled in your desired course.
Steps to Enrolling in a Remedial F2F Course
  1. Make an appointment with your guidance counsellor to discuss the course you need to take at summer school and to review your selections for next year.
  2. Register online at www.creditprograms.ca and print the course permission form for your F2F course request.
  3. Return to your guidance counsellor with the course permission form. This is a very important step in the process. Your guidance counsellor must receive the course permission form before you can be enrolled in the course.

Note: A parent summer school permission letter is not required for remedial course registration.

Last Modified: April 18, 2018 Category: Student ServicesTags: , , ,