At Trillium Lakelands District School Board we believe that every student has the opportunity and ability to be successful. We understand success for one student may look very different for another, so our schools offer a variety of engaging programs to support and celebrate the individual needs and accomplishments of our students.
Our programs and services are designed to put students, educators, families, and communities at the centre of learning. To find out more about our programs and services listed below, please click on the links in the menu on the left.
Alternate Education and Training
Encouraging lifetime learning for all ages. Students age 16 and over can earn credits or upgrade skills in any of our six Alternate Education and Training Centres. Complete a high school diploma, pursue a personal interest, explore new career options, or expand your knowledge and skills in a welcoming environment.
The value of teaching and modelling good character is a focus in our schools. In Trillium Lakelands District School Board we promote, encourage, celebrate, and teach specific character attributes to our students and school communities.
The Virtual Learning Centre works in partnership with the Ministry of Education’s eLearning Ontario and a consortium of school districts (The Ontario eLearning Consortium), the breadth of course offerings is extensive.
The Early Years
Our vision for Kindergarten through to Grade 3 in Trillium Lakelands District School Board.
Feed All Four
Feed All Four is our way of being in TLDSB. Learn more about what this means for parents, teachers, and students.
First Nation, Métis and Inuit Education
Features resources and forms, the Urban Aboriginal Education Project and upcoming events.
French as a Second Language
Information on the Grade 1 French Immersion and Grade 5 Extended French as a Second Language (EFSL) programs.
The International Baccalaureate (IB) program aims to develop inquiring, knowledgeable, and caring young people who help to create a better and more peaceful world through inter-cultural understanding and respect.
Safe And Accepting Schools
Trillium Lakelands District School Board has launched a positive space initiative as part of Ontario’s Equity and Inclusive Education Strategy. This campaign is one way we make our buildings safe, inclusive, and welcoming places that are respectful of gender and sexual diversity.
Our special education services range from accommodating children in the regular classroom to supplying intensive individual support.
All high schools in the TLDSB offer Student Success programs which include, but are not limited to: credit recovery, expanded cooperative education, dual credits, specialist high skills majors (SHSM), education and career planning, as well as transition programs for students as they enter and graduate from secondary school.
Yearley Outdoor Education Centre
The Yearley Outdoor Education Centre located near Huntsville is owned and operated by Trillium Lakelands District School Board. This site is the ideal location for students to experience the out-of-doors.