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Welcome to ACE Distance Learning

UPDATE (as of February 9, 2014)

Welcome to ACE Distance Delivery.  This website will answer most of your questions about the program, how to register and contacts for more information.

The tabs provided on the left of this page will take you to detailed information about ACE Distance programming.



New courses include U-Stream Biology, U-Stream Chemistry, Employment Track Express, and Communications Support. Click here for more information.

We are please to announce that U-Stream Biology and U-Stream Chemistry have been evaluated by Curriculum Services Canada and determined to be equivalent to the comparable OSSD courses SCH4U and SBI4U.  These two courses should meet the preprequisite requirements for admission to Nursing programs.

Tuition costs for 2013-2014 are now posted.  Click here for more information.


What must you do to participate in an ACE Distance course?

1. All students must complete the NEW Consent & Information form required by our funder, the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities.  You will be given access to this form once you apply to register for Learn to Learn.

2. Students complete the prerequisite 20 hour orientation and assessment course Learn to Learn (L2L). Learn to Learn is free and students can begin every Monday throughout the year.  To register for Learn to Learn, click here.  You will receive followup instructions from Marla White with directions on how to login. You can start the course the following Monday as long as you have completed the Consent and Information form.


For information about the Tuition-free Option, click here.




ACE Students Say

Michelle D.
...the perfect fit for me because I do not have the time to travel to an actual college at the moment and I am able to study and learn at my own pace... (more)

Tony V.
....I’m also looking forward to the interaction with other students in this forum and hope we can all accomplish our goals... (more)
This Employment Ontario program is funded by the Ontario Government