ILC courses adhere to Ontario Ministry of Education requirements and cover all pathways to graduation. Courses are offered in English or French, through an independent distance education model. You may begin when you like and work at your own pace.


How to read a course code 

The first five characters of the code are standard and recognized across Ontario, while the sixth character is always school-specific. Let’s learn how to read a course code, using this example: ENG4UC.


ENG

Course title

The first three characters of the course code (ENG in this example) refers to the name of the course. ENG4UC is an English course.

4

Grade

The fourth character (4 in this example) refers to the grade of the course. 1=Grade 9 2=Grade 10 3=Grade 11 4=Grade 12 ENG4UC is a Grade 12 English course.

U

Course type

The fifth character (U in this example) refers to the type of course. In Grades 9 and 10: D = academic (preparation for Grade 11 and 12 university courses) P = applied (preparation for Grade 11 and 12 college courses) O = open (preparation for further study) In Grades 11 and 12: U = university preparation M = university/college preparation C = college preparation E = workplace preparation O = open; may not be designed for university or college requirements ENG4UC is a Grade 12 English course designed for university preparation.

C

ILC course version

The sixth character (C in this example) indicates ILC’s course version. A letter means the course is offered in English and a number means the course is offered in French. ENG4UC is a Grade 12 English course designed for university preparation, and offered in the English language.

Accessing your courses

You can find all of your information on myILC, your online hub. Your student record, courses and grades are all accessible in one place.


Course delivery

Courses are provided in a downloadable PDF online or an interactive online format. You will access your course content online and submit your work online.

Course materials are built to support each course’s unique content. Resources may include videos, readings, practice exercises, assignments, interactive activities, personalized reflections and more.