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Start Date

September 10, 2022

End Date

June 10, 2023

Offering Type

In-Class/Online

High school and adult students can learn a new language this year!

Learn a language, share a culture, change the world! This program enables high school students and adult students to learn and maintain a language other than English and French. Students can earn up to three credits towards their Ontario high school diploma.

The program also aims to:

  • foster global awareness and understanding
  • prepare students for post-secondary studies and careers in business, trade and communications
  • enable global skills for travel, International Student exchanges and other opportunities here and abroad
  • develop communication skills for international/global employment opportunities.

The program runs from 9:00 am – 12:30pm, September 10 – June 10, 2022, every Saturday.

Virtual or In-Person

In-person and/or Virtual

ASL (American Sign Language), Korean, Mandarin (Simplified), Spanish

In-person

Polish

Virtual

Italian, Mandarin (Traditional), Punjabi, Russian

See the languages offered, schedule and more!

You can learn more and register online using the button below. 

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Eligibility

  • Grade 9-12 students in the 2022-2023 school year, and adults with or without prior linguistic and cultural background are eligible for the program.
  • Adult students must meet the same requirements as high school students with regards to attendance and completion of assignments.
  • All IL credit courses follow the Ontario Curriculum Grades 9 to 12, Classical Studies and International Languages (revised 2016) and are accepted as credits towards a high school diploma. Current graduation requirements recognize at least one credit in a third language. 
  • There are three levels of credit language courses:
    • Level 1: Academic (BD) or Open (BO)
    • Level 2: University (CU) or Open (CO)
    • Level 3: University (DU) or Open (DO)
  • CU and DU level courses have prerequisites (BD and CU respectively) 
  • CO and DO level courses have prerequisites (BO and CO respectively)

Please Note

The Ottawa Catholic School Board reserves the right to cancel any program due to lack of registration.

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