The Toronto eSchool campus is located in the center of the Greater Toronto Area, close to the York Mills exit on the Don Valley Parkway and the busy east- west highway 401 corridor. The two towers combined have 405,407 square feet of office space with three levels of underground parking, equipped with advanced teaching facilities and over 100 classrooms and conference rooms. Our spacious outdoor facilities allow for a variety of extra-curricular activities. We are close to the world-renown University of Toronto, as well as York University, Ryerson University, University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Seneca College, Centennial College, George Brown College and Durham College.
We are firm believers of maintaining a state-of-the-art facility and specialty classrooms. Our teachers use various technological resources to deliver lessons and engage students through the use of current and relevant technology.
Our student lounge is filled with activities. The Toronto eSchool Lounge often hosts movie screenings, game nights, formal receptions, musical performances, chess tournaments, table tennis and billiard tournaments. This space features comfortable lounge seating and standing reception space and is close in proximity to many other conference spaces on campus.
Toronto eSchool's Study Hall is filled with educational activities and it is a time during the school day when a student is expected to study or to complete work assigned during regular classes
Toronto eSchool students have the opportunity to take music lessons from professional musicians and perform in annual recitals, competitions and examinations.
Our students partake in art classes held by professional artist encompassing various forms of media.
Toronto eSchool prides itself in its state-of-the-art Computer Commons area where students can use and learn about computers and can also test various new technologies.
Toronto eSchool is one of the only online school authorized by the Ministry of Education to grant high school credits and the Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) itself since 2013.
Toronto eSchool is fully inspected and approved by the Ontario Ministry of Education. BSID # 886520. Read the Ministry of Education Inspection Report 2022-2023 .
Toronto eSchool uses an asynchronous model, which means students can enroll and begin courses any time during the school year and work at their own pace in completing the courses entirely online. Toronto eSchool accepts both full-time and part-time students and forwards marks to OUAC for any students applying to post-secondary institutions.
Toronto eSchool was founded in 2013 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada by Mr. Aliferis, who also became the Founding Principal. In 2016, Toronto eSchool moved into its new campus in Toronto, Ontario. Its new facility boasts over 60,000 square feet of space. Current renovations are preparing the facility for rapid expansion into the international market and the launching of various innovative tutoring programs geared to maximize student success.