ÉDUCATION PERMANENTE


Much more than a mere language school


Secondary Program

 

Information sessions for the high school credit courses
May 18, May 25 and June 2, 2021, 6 – 7 pm

SCHOOL YEAR

2021-2022 Registration now OPEN!

2021 – 2022 Courses run from September 25, 2021 to June 11, 2022. 

See below for full course calendar. 

Early registration deadline: July 31, 2021

Regular registration deadline: September 30, 2021

The IL Secondary Program offers high school credit courses that focus on oral communication, reading and writing in a language other than English or French. Students will develop intercultural understanding and will use the target language to communicate and interact in a variety of social and academic settings. The Ontario credits can be used towards high school diploma completion as well as post-secondary admissions.
Your safety is our priority!
Due to the pandemic, courses are offered in a secure, virtual environment, consisting of synchronous and asynchronous learning. Courses will return to physical schools when it is deemed safe to do so.
Click here to know more about our remote learning classes.

LANGUAGES OFFERED

Interested in another language? Contact us!

Arabic

Bulgarian

German

Italian

Korean

Mandarin

(simplified)

Portuguese

Russian

Spanish

Turkish

Ukrainian

The Credit Course Program Offers
(secondary courses)
 
  • Language courses for students Grades 9 to 12
  • 3.25 hours on Saturdays, September to June (9am – 12:30pm)
  • Summer courses available in July, Monday to Friday
  • Oral communication, reading and writing
  • Cultural exploration and intercultural understanding
Fees
Fees per student per language class, and are non-refundable
 
Funded Student | Ontario residents
FREE tuition 
Nominal enhanced materials costs may apply
 
Non-funded Student | Out-of-province residents, international students paying tuition fees, audit students
$450 (tuition + consumables and resources fee)
 
Earn Up To Three Credits
(one credit per year)
 
The Ontario international language credit levels are as follows:
  • Level 1 – ‘BD’ Grade 10 credit (prerequisite: none)
  • Level 2 – ‘CU’ Grade 11 credit (prerequisite: completion of Level 1)
  • Level 3 – ‘DU’ Grade 12 credit (prerequisite: completion of Level 2)
*’DU’ IL credit is equivalent to the pre-university ‘4U’ credit used for post-secondary applications
Important!
For non-CECCE students, proof of address and status in Canada is required.

 
Students will be placed in an IL credit level by the ILP administration according to Ministry-required prerequisites. If a student has completed an IL credit outside of the CECCE, please send proof of credit to the ILP.

 
Courses subject to sufficient enrolment.
 
2021 – 2022
Credit Course Calendar

*NEW* SUMMER  CREDIT COURSE

Registrations for Summer 2021 are now closed.

Please check back next Spring for Summer 2022 registration.

Summer courses offer the opportunity for students to obtain a full credit towards their high school diploma and complete prerequisite credits required for entry to Level 2 (Grade 11 university preparation credit) or Level 3 (Grade 12 university preparation credit).
The level 3 credit can be used towards post-secondary application (equivalent to 4U credit).
Arabic Summer Course Details 
 
Credit Levels
 
One full credit
  • Level 1 – Grade 10 credit (no prerequesite)
  • Level 2 – Grade 11 (prerequesite: completion of Level 1)
*Courses subject to sufficient enrolment
The secondary credit courses are overseen by the principal of Éducation permanente, Conseil des écoles catholiques du Centre-Est (CECCE), and funded by the Ontario Ministry of Education.
For additional questions, contact the ILP office at 613-741-2304 (ext. 4) or by email at pli-ilp@ecolecatholique.ca

2021-2022 credit course registration to open shortly!

Stay tuned!