If you take less than five (5) TVO ILC credits, have met all the OSSD requirements, and have been out of regular school less than five (5) years, you can take your credits back to your previous school to update your transcript and to issue your diploma.
Earning your OSSD
After you have completed all the requirements needed for your diploma, you can request a Diploma Assessment to confirm that you have earned your diploma. TVO ILC will then issue an official final transcript that shows all of your earned credits, any Grade 11 and 12 credits attempted, and other diploma requirements that have been …
If you have completed all the requirements for your diploma and want the ILC to issue your diploma, you can request a Diploma Assessment. This assessment will review all your educational documentation including the credits earned at TVO ILC to determine if all requirements for an OSSD have been completed.
TVO ILC can provide you with a written assessment of diploma requirements and a pathway towards your diploma. You can request a Diploma Assessment through your TVO ILC Portal, Request Documents.
If you started an Ontario high school any time after September 1st, 1999, your diploma requirements are: • a minimum of 30 credits • 18 compulsory and 12 optional credits • the literacy graduation requirement • 40 hours of community involvement activities If you started an Ontario high school between September 1st 1984 and August …
Yes! We are recognized by all Ontario post-secondary institutions. In fact, many colleges and universities will recommend TVO ILC to students who need to upgrade credentials. We encourage you to contact each post-secondary institution directly to learn more about their admission requirements.
Yes! As the Ontario Ministry of Education’s digital learning partner, TVO ILC is an official, publicly funded, non-profit provider of the Ontario Secondary School Diploma.