TVO ILC Get Your OSSD Online

As Ontario’s sole official public remote high school diploma program, TVO ILC FILM is collaboratively managed by TVO ILC and GapeTree with the support of the Ontario Ministry of Education. It offers Canadian Ontario high school courses and the Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) for students in grades 9 to 12.

Advantages of OSSD

Global Recognition

The OSSD, a high school diploma from Ontario, Canada, is recognized worldwide, aiding university applications and job opportunities abroad.

No need to enter Canada

Through Grapetree certification, proctoring, and supervision, students do not need to enter Canada to obtain OSSD

High-Quality Education

Canada’s education system is renowned, and the OSSD indicates that the student has received a top-notch education.

Transfer Convenience


Homeschool conversion, you can convert credits to join OSSD at any time

OSSD: Solving Your Enrollment Issues

Register for an Ontario high school and obtain an Ontario Education Number enrollment starting from grade 9.

OSSD: Alternative Plan for Chinese High School Exams

Apply for overseas universities from ASIA, following the same admission process as local Canadian students.

OSSD: Transitioning Curriculum Systems

An alternative option for applying to North American universities.

GrapeTree Education, based in Toronto, Canada, specializes in study abroad programs, educational tours, cultural exchanges, and training. The company maintains long-term collaborations with numerous educational institutions and school boards both domestically and internationally.

The learning center in Chiang Mai, situated at the Thai Cultural Center, offers unparalleled support and guidance for students seeking opportunities for education abroad.

As Ontario's sole official remote public high school diploma program, TVO ILC FILM is co-managed by TVO ILC and GPT and supported by the Ontario Ministry of Education. It offers Canadian Ontario high school courses and diplomas for students in grades 9 to 12 in Thailand.


Want to learn more about OSSD?

OSSD credit courses are part of the Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) program, a globally recognized Canadian high school curriculum. It ranks second worldwide and is one of the top four international systems, alongside AP, A-LEVEL, and IB.
The OSSD is a mandatory high school curriculum for all students in Ontario, Canada, similar to the People's Education Edition textbooks in China and the high school diplomas from Shanghai and Beijing.

  1. Completion of Grade 8 studies with a full transcript.
  2. The age requirement of 14 years old.
  3. English proficiency for Grades 9-10: IELTS 4.0-4.5 or TOEFL 40-60.
  4. English proficiency for Grades 11-12: IELTS 4.5-5.0 or TOEFL 50-70.

Students with TOEFL, IELTS, or other English proficiency test scores must provide them; those without can meet the requirements through an IELTS-level test at an OSSD-designated learning center.

OSSD distance learning credit courses are authorized and recognized by the Ontario Ministry of Education. The diploma-granting school is TVO ILC, an academic institution funded and governed by the Ontario government and an online learning partner of the Ontario Ministry of Education. TVO ILC has over 100 years of history and is Canada's largest remote public high school, with over 24,000 students registering for 40,000 courses annually.
TVO ILC is permanently recognized by the Ontario School Board as the authority for granting Ontario and international diplomas and credits. It is the only online Canadian high school recognized by the Canadian Education Bureau. Unlike diplomas issued by private schools, all Canadian universities fully recognize TVO ILC credits without dilution.

OSSD courses are taught by over 200 licensed teachers in Ontario who provide face-to-face and remote support and guidance throughout the learning process. They are proficient in the education system and curriculum, offering personalized assistance to ensure student success.
In authorized learning centers in the Chiang Mai area, offline tutors provide assistance to students, organize students to carry out course-related group projects, and offer homework support.

Many students and parents mistakenly believe that the OSSD system can only apply to Canadian schools. In fact, the OSSD diploma is highly recognized by universities in over 160 countries and regions globally, including Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, Singapore, and Hong Kong, China, with no issues in applying to mainstream and popular universities in these regions.

As long as students study the OSSD through TVO ILC, the diploma they receive will be issued by TVO ILC (Independent Learning Center) and will be consistent with the diplomas received by Canadian students studying domestically.