Class of 2021

Congratulations on your achievement!

Please check your emails for the link to the recorded graduation ceremony if you were not able to view it on graduation day.  The school is closed for summer but diploma pick up for 2021 graduates (and 2020 graduates) will resume the week of September 20th.  Please see below for details.  

CALC  21+ Students from 2019/2020 and 2020/2021 you are invited to CALC the week of Sept 20th from 10:30am-2:30pm to:

  • Return electronic devices
  • Return text books
  • Return library books
  • Have your $100.00 book deposit returned- Official Government Photo ID will be required.
  • Graduates can pick-up their Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD). Official Government Photo ID will be required. Diplomas can not be issued to friends or family without written legal consent and government issued ID of both the graduate and their legal representative).

 When: The week of September 20, 2021 (between 10:30 am 2:30pm).

Where: 1 Danforth Ave, Toronto, ON, M4K1M8

Before you come to CALC please know:

  • Students will be asked to line up outside (rain or shine). Please come dressed for the weather.
  • You will be asked follow public health guidelines re: COVID-19 and access to the school will be restricted.
  • Student Parking is limited and will only be available at the back of the school.
  • You will be required to present government issued Photo ID in order to be issued a refund or your OSSD.

*Students who were unable to attend from June 21- June 25, 2021, Diplomas will once again be available for pickup starting the week of Sept. 20, 2021. 

Quad 1 Registration will continue online starting August 23rd.  

Please check the Registration tab on the left for more details and follow the instructions online.

 

Adult Classes resume September 10th.  

Registered students will be able to see their timetables on the TDSBConnects app.

Specialty Program Registration Links:

 

Personal Support Worker Program   

Registration for Quad 1, September 2021 start is at capacity and is now closed.  A new program will start again in November, Quad 2, 2021 and registration will open in September 2021.  Please check the website at that time for preregistration links.

Early Childcare Assistant Certificate Program 

Registration for Quad 1, September 2021 start is at capacity and is now closed.  A new program will start again in February, Quad 3, 2022, and registration will open in November 2021.  Please check the website at that time for preregistration links.

Career Connections/CANEX Co-op program 

Registration is now open for September 2021 start date.

 

NEW and PREVIOUS STUDENTS...

Thank you for your interest in studying at the City Adult Learning Centre.

Please visit our Registration Tab for updates and to sign up for our email with registration information.

If you have questions please see our frequently asked questions (FAQ's) about CALC, our programs and registrations. 

We thank you for your patience and flexibility during these challenging times and look forward to you being a part of the CALC community!

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RESOURCES and POTENTIAL SUPPORTS for our students during this challenging time have been sourced by TDSB Social Workers and CALC's community partners.  A list of supports can be found here.

 The TDSB team has prepared a document to provide potential supports to students and families over the summer.  Click here for the TDSB Summer 2021 Well-Being Guide

 

city adult learning centreThe City Adult Learning Centre (CALC) is a secondary school that offers an academic program for adult students, ages 21 and over,  who wish to earn the Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD).  We support all post secondary destinations: college, university, apprenticeship and workplace. 

Our innovative programs include CANEX Co-op,  Personal Support Worker and Childcare Assistant Certificate Program.

Registration to CALC takes place each Quad. Quads begin in September, November, February and April. 

City Adult Learning Centre (CALC) has replaced its paper student agenda with the “My School Day App”. 

My School Day

 

 

 

 

The APP is a living resource for CALC’s staff and students. The App provides information regarding school schedules, school events, and daily announcements.  It enables students to be better informed and organized. Students can customize the notifications, news and calendar information they receive based on their own classes and interest.  The City Adult Learning Centre “My School Day App" Is an easy way for students to stay informed about classes,  clubs, and school activities.

Stay up to Date and Download the My School Day App from the App Store (IOS) or Google Play and Select your school: City Adult Learning Centre

App Store

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Once the App is downloaded set the school to the City Adult Learning Centre and select "Adult" for channels and timetables. 

 

CALC APP

 

 

 

At CALC Your Voice Matters!

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Retrieved from: http://www.edu.gov.on.ca/eng/students/speakup/preMSAC.html Feb.02.2020

 

Student Feedback Questionnaire

(time to complete approx. 2-3 mins)

The City Adult Learning Centre is committed to creating a safe, welcoming, equitable and accessible learning environment which promotes high levels of student achievement and well-being.  We know that your experience as Adult Learners is unique and honest feedback is an important part of helping us improve our students’ experience.  Please help us help  you by sharing your voice through the feedback questionnaire. The survey is made up of 10 questions. Your name and email address will NOT be collected and your identity will NOT be revealed to your teachers or the administration.  Feel  free to skip any questions that do not apply. Remember, at CALC your voice matters and we want to hear from you! http://bit.ly/calcfeedback

 

 

 

 


There are many supports available on site: Guidance (PLAR), Client Care Coordinator and Nurse Practitioners (from South Riverdale Community Health Centre), School Settlement Workers, and Immigrant Women's Health Centre.

Extracurricular activities include after school sports, games and discussions.