Toronto District School Board

Get ahead with TDSB summer programs!

At the TDSB we provide a wide range of enriching summer programs for children, youth and adults.






Elementary Summer Programs

Elementary Summer School, July 5 - July 28, 2017

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 Kindergarten to Grade 8.

Read more about elementary summer school.

International Languages Elementary Summer Program, July 4 - July 28, 2017

Open to all students from K 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.

Find out more about this summer program.

Model Schools for Inner Cities Summer School Program

Model Schools runs a summer school program for students from K-8 in schools across the TDSB. In addition to literacy and numeracy learning, this year’s summer school program encourages learning that is experiential and connects to overall well-being as well as achievement.

TDSB Music Camps

Join one of our three instrumental music programs this summer. For students in Grades 3 to 9, we offer two day camps in the city - Summer Sounds and Downtown Summer Strings. In addition, we offer Toronto Summer Music Camps, an overnight program at the Mono Cliffs Outdoor Education Centre in Orangeville.

Find out more!

Toronto Outdoor Education Summer Camp Opportunities

TOES offers a variety of traditional summer camp opportunities – both day and overnight camps from the Toronto Island to the depths of Algonquin Park.  We offer rich experiences for students at a variety of age levels.  Activities include: hiking, games, arts & crafts and much more!   

High School Summer Programs

Credit Courses for Summer High School, July 4 - July 28, 2017

Get ahead with secondary summer programs! Reach ahead or catch up on high school credit courses.

Find out more about this summer program.

e-Summer School

Ontario high school students can keep cool and earn credits online this summer. There are dozens of courses available in July or August.

For details, visit: http://schoolweb.tdsb.on.ca/elearning/e-SummerSchool.aspx

Summer EduTravel Programs

Earn credit while you travel this summer! Be part of an exciting, affordable, experiential learning program this summer, that enables you to earn high school credits on the road. TDSB and EduTravel are offering a variety of courses in locations across Canada and the US.

Find out more about EduTravel summer school programs.

Summer ESL Program for International Students Ages 12-17, July 17 - August 4, 2017

Learn English and explore Canadian culture, with the Toronto District School Board this summer! International students, aged 12-17, will enjoy intensive English classes - taught by our qualified teachers - at world's most multicultural and multilingual school board.

www.ESLstudytoronto.ca


Summer Programs for Adults

Adult Credit Courses for Summer High School, July 4 - July 28, 2017

Get ahead with secondary summer programs! Reach ahead or catch up on high school credit courses.

Visit www.creditprograms.ca for more information.

Learn4Life Summer Session, July 4 - July 28, 2017

Take up a new hobby. Hone a skill. Meet new people in your community. Through Learn4Life, the TDSB offers more than 2,600 classes for adults every year. Discover our summer offerings at

www.learn4life.ca.

Summer ESL Program for Adults, July 4 - July 28, 2017

Learn English with TDSB this summer! Build your literacy and English language skills. Learn about your community and the services available. Prepare for further education, citizenship and language proficiency tests. Improve your conversation skills. Discover our bilingual programs, where English is taught with the help of other languages.

Click here for the summer brochure.

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the knowledge, skills, and values
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