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Frontier College Beat the Street

Beat the Street is a Literacy and Basic Skills/Pre-GED prep program supporting young adults from the ages of 19-29 who have experienced limited opportunities to completing their education. It's a free program.

  • Reading/Writing/Math

  • Digital Skills

  • Pre-GED Preparation

https://www.frontiercollege.ca/Programs/By-Location/Ontario/BTS

toronto@frontiercollege.ca

416-923-3591 / 1-800-555-6523

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ADMISSION: Free

PROGRAM TYPE: Community Based

SERVING: Anglophone

REGISTRATION PROCESS: Call or email the program for information.

INTAKE: Continuous intake year round

ELIGIBILITY: Must be between the ages of 19-29. Been out of school for over a year and not currently enrolled in an education program. Have valid SIN number. Must be able to attend day programming. Online options available during COVID-19 pandemic.

ACCESS: We are currently operating all of our classes and one on one tutoring sessions remotely. All of our registration and referral process is online.

LOCATION

35 Jackes Avenue, Toronto Ontario, M4T 1E2

TESTIMONIAL

"My time at Frontier College has left a lasting impact on me that I think will only keep revealing itself over time. I have seen firsthand here the incredible impact that intentionally accessible and dignified spaces can have on someone’s learning. Before beginning my placement in the Independent Studies program, I had very little understanding on the ways in which adult education can act as a tool to greater independence, confidence and happiness. Spending 8 months with our learners has reinvigorated my love of learning and reminded me of the ways in which education can be exciting, dynamic and individualized. I think this program really helps break down the barriers that folks with disabilities often face in other spaces, and invites them to feel empowered in their journey. Going beyond mandated expectations, the relationships between tutors and students are ones that centre around mutual trust, hard work and patience. I have seen many programs who meet quotas, but the IS program is the first I’ve seen that focuses on meeting people exactly where they’re at.”

- Deighton Edwards