International and Indigenous Languages in-person classes will begin
Saturday, September 18, 2021.
Class locations may vary due to student enrolment.
Families will be contacted before September 18, 2021 to confirm final class details.
Walk-in registration day is Saturday, September 11, 2021 at select locations:
|Divine Mercy||2840 Duncairn Drive, Mississauga, ON|
|Pauline Vanier||56 Oaklea Blvd, Brampton, ON|
|St. Francis Xavier Elementary||111 Bartley Bull Parkway, Brampton, ON|
|St. Isaac Jogues||300 Great Lakes Drive, Brampton, ON|
|St. Ursula||Register at St. Isaac Jogues|
|St. John the Baptist||Register at St. Isaac Jogues|
|St. Philip||345 Fairview Road West, Mississauga, ON|
|Father Daniel Zanon||Register at St. Philip|
|Mary Fix||Register at St. Philip|
|St. Sebastian||3460 Aquinas Avenue, Mississauga, ON|
|St. Pio||4765 Huron Heights Drive, Mississauga, ON|
|Sts. Martha and Mary||1760 Bough Beeches Blvd, Mississauga, ON|
|St Teresa of Calcutta||Register at Sts. Martha and Mary|
|Sts. Peter and Paul||4205 Woodington Drive, Mississauga, ON|
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|Father Michael Goetz SS||330 Central Parkway West, Mississauga, ON|
|John Cabot SS||635 Willowbank Trail, Mississauga, ON|
|St. Marguerite D'Youville SS||10815 Dixie Road, Brampton, ON|
International & Indigenous Languages Elementary Programs
Elementary International Languages are available for students in Kindergarten to Grade 8. No prior language experience is necessary. International Languages programs comply with the Ministry of Education curriculum and will be of interest to students who wish to preserve their language and cultural heritage and also to those who wish to study the language and heritage of another culture. Students attending schools outside of the DPCDSB may also register for these programs.
2021-2022 International and Indigenous Languages Elementary Programs Flyer
2021-2022 International and Indigenous Languages Elementary Programs Chart
International and Indigenous Languages Elementary Programs Registration Form
2021-22 Elementary Arts and Culture Registration Form
International Languages Secondary Programs
Courses in International Languages help students to develop the skills they will need to communicate effectively with people from other countries, and increase their understanding and appreciation of diverse cultures. The Ontario Curriculum: Classical Studies & International Languages, 2000
In Dufferin-Peel, these credit bearing courses are offered at the BD, CU and DU (Levels 2, 3 and 4). Successful completion of Level 4 (DU) will prepare students to study that language at the postsecondary level. These courses are available to secondary students and adults in the community.
2021-2022 Secondary International Languages Flyer
Secondary International Languages Registration Form
For more information, email AdultandContEdInfo@dpcdsb.org
International Language Programs are offered in: