Registration is now open! Courses will be offered in a Virtual (online) platform, with the possibility of transferring to an in-class model later in the year pending Covid-19 developments. Registration closes October 5th.

About The Program

The International and Indigenous Languages Elementary Program is a non-credit program that is open to all Halton elementary school-age children (JK-8) regardless of their cultural or ethnic background.

This program provides Halton students with the opportunity to develop their language skills,  deepen their cultural awareness, foster pride in their heritage and strengthen their self-esteem. In addition to building language skills, research demonstrates that students who study languages in addition to English and French perform better in other school subjects.

This program runs over a Virtual (online) platform, with the possibility of converting to various in-class sites across the Halton region pending Covid-19 developments.  This Program includes a Full School Year session (September – June) and a Summer program (July).

Classes DO run on all P.A. Days unless the date coincides with a holiday.

Registration Information

September to June 2020-2021 Full year course information:

Friday classes: October 16th– June 4th,  6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Saturday classes:  October  17th – June 5th,  9:30 a.m. -12:00 p.m.

Classes DO run on all P.A. Days unless the date coincides with a holiday.

The materials fee has been waived due to the Covid-19 Pandemic

  • Families who have already had a child in the program:
    Do not create a new account. Log into your current account below, update information, select a course and your’re done!
  • Families new to the program:
    Create a new account in the parents name below, then add each child’s information. Select a course and you’re done!

NOTE: Students must be residents of the Halton Region. 
For all non-Halton residents, please register with your local school board.


Choose an option below: 

  All classes and locations are conditional on sufficient enrollment. Grade level distributions may change based on enrollment.    Additional languages may be offered based on demand.  If a language is not listed above, please email with your request.  New languages require a minimum of 22 students to run and could potentially begin the following school year. 

 When classes return to an in-class format, languages are not offered at all locations. Please browse programs to see exact locations of each course.

French and English are not offered, as they are currently run as a part of the home school day school program.