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Toronto Catholic District School Board

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Become a college student... While you're still in secondary school! 

Complete your work in your own space at your own pace in a dedicated classroom centrally located on a college campus.  All OSSD credits are taught by a TCDSB teacher.  

  • Access to all of the college facilities including:  library, open access computer labs, indoor pool and sauna, athletics facilities (weight/fitness rooms, aerobics studio, gymnasium, Humber community pool), intramural leagues, student-run restaurant, the Arboretum and much more
  • Access to all of the college services including: Learning Skills Workshops, Peer Tutoring and Peer Mentoring programs, Career Centre and Career Advisors, counselling services, academic/learning resources, post-secondary pathway planning and much more



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A Variety of courses are available each semester to meet the needs of the students enrolled in the program including:  

    • College level English (ENG 4C) and College level math (MAP 4C)
    • Managing Personal Resources (HIP 3E), Parenting (HPC 3O), Advanced Learning Strategies (GLS 4O), and Ontario Secondary School Literacy Course (OLC 4O)
    • Courses through the Independent Learning Centre (ILC), e-learning and credit recovery may also be available 

 Benefit to students:

    • Complete courses required for your OSSD in a unique environment with a smaller class size and dedicated teachers
    • Earn between 3 - 5 credits in one semester
    • Test-drive college courses through one or more dual-credit courses – these courses count as both a college course and a credit towards your OSSD.
    • Receive round-trip TTC tokens 5 days a week
    • The program is offered at no cost to TCDSB sudents!

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