CHLA Flex Program – In Class Highchool Credits

We are proud to partner with Teaching gurus to bring our students the ability to receive in class tutoring towards high school credits. Teaching Gurus will facilitate tutors to help mentor CHLA students with any additional questions they may have regarding the course. Teaching guru’s currently has 15 locations across the GTA to better serve there students.

About Teaching Gurus

Mentorship is the development of a relationship in which a more experienced and knowledgeable person helps and guides a less experienced and less knowledgeable person. The guidance can include but is not limited to psychological support, work, career and professional guidance. Tutoring will help a child to better his or her grades, while mentoring is much more about coaching and counselling. It’s much more about the qualitative and subjective parts of academics– dealing with frustration, giving constructive criticism, handling disappointment, behaving with humility and compassion, etc. We, at Teaching Gurus, believe lack of mentorship in school children is an issue that needs to be solved. At Teaching Gurus children receive tutoring and mentorship side by side, helping them be better students and better individuals.

When it comes to your child’s education, the right tools can make all the difference. You want your son or daughter to have good teachers and good supplies, but having a professional tutor can transform your child’s learning experience only for the better. It will give them the edge they need to truly excel.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, CHLA is inspected by the Ontario Ministry of Education and has been given permission to grant OSSD credits. The credits you will complete at CHLA are the same credits earned by students in public and private schools in the Province of Ontario.
Anyone is eligible to take courses at CHLA, whether you are enrolled in university or college, another high school, or live in another country.
Each course will take 110 hours (minimum) and the course outline indicates and highlights the breakdown of each unit. There are no schedules for enrollment, it is on-going through the entire year. Students have up to 10 months in which to complete their courses.
At CHLA, students earn OSSD credits, which are the same credits that a student would earn in any other school in Ontario. As a result, these courses will not be viewed any differently by post-secondary institutions.
Students will be assigned a teacher who will answer questions, provide feedback, and grade assessments. Students will be able to communicate with the teacher via the Moodle system as well as through other forms of online communication.
CHLA has ongoing enrollment which means students may register at any time during year. Typically, students will be able to begin courses within 48 hours of registration.