Did you know that TVO ILC can help Ontario home school students in meeting their educational goals? We can also  provide students in non-inspected private schools with additional educational support and secondary programming.


Who is a home school student?

For ILC’s purposes, a home school student is a student between the ages of 14 and 18 whose parents have taken direct responsibility for their child’s education. Instead of sending the child to a public or inspected private school, parents may provide the educational program entirely at home, or send their child to a non-inspected private school, or provide a combination of the two educational experiences. Whichever the case, ILC considers the student to be a home school student.

Home school students must provide proof that they are 14  to 18 years of age and meet both the Canadian status and Ontario residency requirements.


Home school students may fall into a number of sub-categories:

Working toward a high school diploma

Students working toward the Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) may visit the Diploma page for more information. We recommend that you request a Written Assessment of Diploma Requirements after successfully completing your first ILC course.

Not working toward a high school diploma

Students may also take courses to upgrade marks or to meet post-secondary admission requirements.

Application fees

Ontario residents, including Canadian military & Ontario missionary:

$40 (CDN) per course. Fees are non-refundable.