Online International Languages Elementary & African Heritage Programs
International Languages Elementary & African Heritage Program is an enriching learning experience for students in grades K-8 to learn a new language and discover other cultures. Open to all TDSB and non-TDSB students, programs are currently offered online and there is no language background necessary. Activities will be focused on building student’s skills in oral communication, reading and writing.
Registration is ongoing and can be done online by visiting the program website.
Online Adult ESL Program
Did you know that you can enroll in ESL classes for free* with the TDSB anytime during the school year? (*free for eligible learners)
Improve your English online with a variety of classes that fit within your busy schedule including part-time and full-time classes, evenings and weekends! There are several different classes being offered online with the TDSB, including:
- Reading and Writing
- Listening and speaking
- Conversational Skills – Improve your communication skills with your child’s school teachers, professionals, or government offices
- IELTS/TOEFL preparation and other specialty classes
For more information about our classes and how to register, visit our website and view our online brochure.
Learn4Life General Interest and Seniors Daytime Classes – Winter 2022 Registration Opens November 24, 2021
Turn your winter blues into watercolour hues with our Learn4Life General Interest and Seniors Daytime classes. From art, fitness and food, to languages, business and dance, we have both online and in-person classes to learn a new skill or take up an interesting hobby.
A few of the courses running this winter include:
- HIIT Hiking
- Online Art Meditation
- Online Entrepreneurship and Innovation
- Online Crochet and Knitting
- Ballroom and Latin Dancing
- Online Zumba
- Online Asian Cuisine
- Online Arabic Beginner
- Online Guitar Beginner
New this year and for the first time, Learn4Life will be offering a course called Indigenous Awareness and Practices – Online. This online course will highlight the history, teachings, practices and issues facing Indigenous People’s and communities.
Our online brochure is now live on our website, and registration is set to open November 24, 2021 at 8:30 a.m. For more information, visit our Learn4Life website.
For more information on Continuing Education, please contact Centrally Assigned Principal Norbert Costa.
For further information on Continuing Education, Secondary Alternative Schools, International Students, Educational Partnerships, Delegations and Heritage Months, please contact System Superintendent Peter Chang.