Through the international language program, students can develop oral communication, reading and writing skills in languages other than English or French. At the secondary school level, students can earn up to 3 credits for the successful completion of international language courses.
What should I bring on my first day of classes?
SK-grade 8 students who currently attend a Peel DSB day school should bring a copy of the last day school report card. JK students should bring proof of age (e.g. a copy of the birth certificate or Passport) to be handed in to the teacher or at the office.
All students who attend schools other than Peel DSB day schools, i.e. Dufferin-Peel, neighbouring school boards or private schools, MUST BRING proof of address and age.
Students enrolled in CU0 and DU0 credit classes MUST BRING a transcript as proof of pre-requisite for the course. CU0 (grade 11) students MUST HAVE the grade 9/10 (BD0) prerequisite and DU0 (grade 12) students must have the grade 11 (CU0) prerequisite.
Course dates and times
Both elementary and secondary classes run from Saturday, September 20, 2014 to Saturday, June 13, 2015. Elementary classes run for 2.5 hours each day and are scheduled to begin at 10:00 a.m. Secondary classes run for 3.5 hours each day and are scheduled to begin at 9:00 a.m. No classes are scheduled for holidays or school vacations. For a listing of non-school days, click here.
Languages and locations
For a full listing of languages and locations for 2014-2015, click here.
Grades and Ages
What grade will my child be in? Here is a listing of all grades and ages for International Languages.
Registration (Find out how to register).
You MUST register via the IL website Register link above. Do NOT go directly to School-day to register.
100 Elm Drive West, Room 116
Adult Education Centre South
Mississauga, ON L5B 1L9
Telephone 905-890-1010, ext. 6610
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