Semester 1 2021/22 e-Learning Day School Registration is now open and will close on Monday September 20, 2021 or when courses are full. Please check our "courses" tab to see what courses are open for registration. Please note students are not enrolled into courses until they have been approved by their homeschool guidance counsellors.
Future Semester registration dates will be released here and via school Guidance Counsellors as soon as they are approved.
Update August 24th, 1pm: eLearning Day School is only open to TDSB Students. Some TDSB students may be experiencing a "Not Authorized" error message if they are being transferred from one school to another. If you are experiencing this please complete this "Not Authorized Course Request Google Form" . If there is space available in the course we will reserve you a spot for you. If the course is full we will place you on the waitlist in order of request. Please note that as soon as you are activated by your homeschool you will be able to register for courses and you will no longer receive this error message. If you have any issues please email eLearning@tdsb.on.ca
Step 1: Student Requests
Step 2: Parent Requests
- Print out the “important...”.pdf that was attached to your course request confirmation email
- If you are under 18 ask your parent or guardian to sign the consent form
- If you are over 18 you can sign the consent form yourself
- Make an appointment to see your Guidance Counsellor ASAP - you’re NOT ENROLLED until they approve your course request!
Step 3: Guidance Approval Process
- Take your signed consent form to your appointment with your Guidance Counsellor
- Your guidance counsellor will either approve or deny your course request
- Only after your counsellor approved your request are you actually enrolled in your e-Learning course
Ready to Get Started?
Login to e-Reg using your TDSB student number and your computer network password!
What if your password doesn’t work? The e-Learning Central Office & Enterprise Help Desk cannot reset student network passwords. Teachers at your school with Student Account Manager Systems (SAMS) access are able to reset student network passwords. Usually guidance counsellors, teacher-librarians or teachers who supervise computer labs (for example: business, computer studies or communications technology teachers) know how to reset passwords.