Are you are missing a college or university level English or Math credit from high school that you need to apply or get accepted to a Sault College program? Or maybe you need to improve your grades to get admitted to the program you want. Either way, we can help, and the best part is you don’t have to go back to high school. You can do it from the comfort of your own home.
TVO ILC and the Ontario Ministry of Education have partnered provide you with online options to take Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) courses that will satisfy Sault College program admission requirements. Register for these high school courses through Sault College, with the course content delivered by TVO ILC in their high-quality, fully online, asynchronous learning environment. This lets you complete your OSSD course(s) according to your own schedule.
You'll receive an orientation before starting the course and check-ins by Sault College staff along the way. Grades and feedback on your coursework will be provided by the team at TVO ILC. Courses run for 8-14 weeks, letting you quickly earn required OSSD credits and work towards getting accepted into your diploma or degree program of choice.
College Preparation Courses
|Course Name||Course Code|
|Foundations for College Math||OEL1466|
University Preparation Courses
|University Pathway||Course Code|
|Mathematics for Data Management||OEL1468|
See below for the schedule of course offerings throughout the year.
|14 weeks||8 weeks||8 weeks|
|Jan - April||June - July||Sept - Oct|
$239.00* per course
*This fee is applicable to Ontario residents and Canadian citizens only. It does not apply to out-of-province and international students.
For Non-Ontario Residents
- Canadian students from outside of Ontario and international students interested in registering for these online courses can contact our Continuing Education department for course fee and registration information
- Registration process and course fees will vary for international students
Benefits of the TVO ILC Courses with Sault College
- You can earn required OSSD course credits in as little as one semester, so that you can apply to your Sault College program of choice
- If you already have the course credit, but need to improve your grade for admission to our programs, you can re-take your required OSSD course through this program
- Learning takes place online, letting you balance work, family, and other commitments
- You will gain essential digital literacy skills that will benefit you in college
- Supports like virtual orientation and regular check-ins by Sault College staff will help you succeed
- What are the admission requirements?
You must not be currently enrolled in a high school in Ontario. If you are, please contact your high school counsellor about enrolling in these courses.
If you are under the age of 18, your registration must be accompanied by a parent/guardian signature.
Mandatory Documents for All Applicants
- Ontario Education Number (OEN)
- If you have an OEN, you must provide the number
- Proof of Ontario Residency (provide one of the following)
- Ontario driver's license
- Photo identification card
- Utility bill
- Lease or rental agreement
- Bank statement
- Proof of Canadian Citizenship (provide one of the following)
- Canadian birth certificate
- Canadian passport
- Canadian citizenship certificate
- Permanent residency card
- Immigration Canada document indicating current refugee or landed immigrant status
For applicants 14-20 years of age, please provide:
- Academic Records or Transcripts (provide at least one of the following)
- Ontario Student Transcript (OST)
- Secondary School Transcript from another province or country
- Out-of-school proof if student’s last school attended was in Ontario (students aged 18-19 must also provide one of the following)
- Date of Leaving Letter, or
- Any other document showing student status as “inactive”
If you do not meet any one of the above criteria, and you are still interested in registering for these courses, please contact our Continuing Education Department.
- Ontario Education Number (OEN)
- How can I register?
You will need to complete the form below. Once the form has been received and reviewed, you will be contacted to confirm that you meet the eligibility criteria and registration details will be provided.
- What can I expect?
Courses are delivered fully online, asynchronously, which provides you with the autonomy to progress through your courses according to your preferred schedule, within the defined start and end dates of the course.
Each course follows a critical path that requires you to work through course content and assignments sequentially to help keep you on track throughout your studies.
TVO teacher markers will grade assessments and provide feedback before you move on to the next module in each course. Once all course work and assessments are complete and graded, the final exam will be released to you.
- Some courses have mandatory final exams. Exams are completed online, using a virtual video proctoring service, which is a requirement for all students.
- Students are subject to TVO policies and procedures, including their student code of conduct, academic integrity, withdraw, grade appeal and accommodations policies, procedures, practices and timelines. If students require accommodations, TVO will assist.
- Can I get a refund?
If you change your mind about registering for one of these courses, please connect with us before the course start date.
There will be no refund after the course starts.
- Who can I contact for more information?
Please contact the Continuing Education department. We will be happy to help you with this pathway.
705-759-2554 ext. 2430