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TDSB Summer Programs

At the TDSB we provide a wide range of enriching summer programs for children, youth and adults. Below is a complete list of Summer 2020 programs.

And take a look at our Summer Well-Being Guide!

Elementary Summer Programs

Elementary Summer School, July 6- July 31, 2020

Elementary summer programs are tailored to increase engagement and build self-confidence in our students. This summer, we are opening schools across the city to help build literacy and numeracy skills in students from Grade 3 to Grade 8.
For more information visit our Elementary Summer School webpage.

International Languages Elementary and African Heritage Summer Program, July 6 - July 31, 2020

Open to all students from SK to Grade 8, International Languages Elementary summer programs combine language and culture learning with engaging activities like games, songs, dance, storytelling and writing. No language background knowledge is necessary.
For more information visit our International Languages Elementary and African Heritage Summer Program webpage.

Secondary Summer Programs

Toronto District School Board is offering three distinct credit programs for high school students.

1. Remote Credit Recovery, July 6 - July 31, 2020

This program allows high school 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.
For more information please visit the summer credit website.

2. Hybrid Remote Summer Credit Program, July 6 - July 31, 2020

This program replaces the in-class summer school program which has operated in previous years. This program allows TDSB high school 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. This summer, a variety of upgrading courses are also available to students who completed a course this year who wish to upgrade their passing mark in a 55 hour upgrading course.
For more information please visit the summer credit website.

3. Credit Courses for e-Summer High School (online)

The e-Learning Department is offering a fully online e-Summer program for TDSB and Non-TDSB secondary school students in both July and August.
For more information please visit the e-summer credit website.

Summer Programs for Adults

Learn4Life Summer Session, beginning July 13

Take up a new hobby or hone a skill. Through Learn4Life, the TDSB offers more than 2,600 classes for adults every year. For more information visit our webpage.

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Our Mission
To enable all students to reach high levels of achievement and well-being
and to acquire the knowledge, skills
and values they need to become responsible, contributing members of
a democratic and sustainable society.
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