Students can earn Ontario high school credits online through our Board's e-Learning program. Courses meet all curriculum expectations and standards and all courses are taught by fully qualified teachers in collaboration with eLearning Ontario.

An e-Learning course is conducted entirely online using Desire 2 Learn, a Learning Management System (LMS). Taking an e-Learning course gives students more flexibility in their timetable and opportunities to earn credits while building valuable independent learning skills that will be beneficial to any post-secondary pathway.

Success in e-Learning courses requires students to be independent and self-motivated learners. E-Learning is not intended to replace face-to-face classes, however, it provides options to students in particular scenarios, such as:

  • the need for flexible timetabling due to special circumstances;
  • access to courses that are not offered at the student's school; and
  • timetable conflicts that cannot be resolved at the student's school.

E-learning courses

During the school year, the following Grade 12 courses are offered through DCDSB. Check the Course Calendar on myBlueprint for descriptions.

  • BOH4ME (Business Leadership: Management Fundamentals)
  • CGW4UE (World Issues: A Geographic Analysis)
  • CHI4UE (Canada: History, Identity and Culture)
  • CIA4UE (Analysing Current Economic Issues)
  • EWC4UE (The Writer's Craft)
  • HHS4UE (Families in Canada)
  • ICS3UE (Grade 11 Computer Science)
  • ICS4UE (Grade 12 Computer Science)
  • IDC4UE (Interdisciplinary Studies - Peer Tutoring)
  • MDM4UE (Mathematics of Data Management)
  • PSK4UE (Kinesiology)
  • SNC4ME (Health Science)

Some popular courses offered in the summer include (*courses are offered depending on registration numbers):

  • CHV2OE (Civics)
  • GLC2OE (Careers)
  • ENG2DE (Grade 10 English)
  • NBE3UE (Grade 11 English)
  • NBE3CE (Grade 11 College English)
  • ENG4UE (Grade 12 English)
  • ENG4CE (Grade 12 College English)
  • HRE3ME (Grade 11 Religion)
  • OLC4OE (Ontario Secondary School Literacy Course)

Interested students can speak to their school's Guidance department to learn more.

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