To the left are links to FAQ's pages specific to our programs. Below are some of the more frequently asked questions about CALC and CALC Secondary.
What is the nearest subway station?
The nearest bus and subway station is Broadview, which is a 2 minute walk from the school.
How is the academic year divided?
The academic year is divided into 4 quads, each one running approximately 9 weeks. Since students can take up to 3 credits per quad, this means that a total of 12 credits can be acquired each year.
How do I contact CALC?
You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or click here. You can also call CALC at 416-393-9740. Please refer to the Quicklinks menu for our address and directions.
What is the regular class schedule?
Normally, period 1 is from 8:25 - 10:25, period 2 is from 10:30 - 12:30, and period 3 is from 1:10 - 3:10.
What is the difference between CALC and CALC Secondary?
CALC is an adult school for students 21 and older. CALC Secondary is an alternative school (with the Edvance program) for students between 18-20 and who also meet certain criteria (see the program page for descriptions of both).
Do CALC and CALC Secondary have any partnership programs with post-secondary institutions?
Yes. CALC Secondary has a linking program with Ryerson University (the R.U.N. program) and Centennial College (the Police Foundations program). CALC has linking programs with George Brown College (the RPN. program). See the program page for descriptions of both the Police Foundations and the RPN programs.
Is student parking available?
Student parking is only available for students enrolled in either the Police Foundations or Registered Practical Nursing program (see the Program pages for information about either of these programs).
Can CALC help with college or university applications?
Yes. If you are a registered student, you will have access to CALC's Guidance counsellors and facilities, and you will also have the opportunity to meet with college and university representatives throughout the academic year.