L2L Learning at Notre Dame
Licensed to Learn (L2L) is an Ontario-Based charitable organization dedicated to boosting student success through personalized peer tutoring. Programming is provided at no cost to families, and is proven to benefit youth by improving academic success among those being tutored. L2L fosters the development of leadership skills among Tutors, and thereby nurtures positive relationships that make up a vibrant and inclusive school community.
For more information on the L2L program, please visit their website
What will L2L look like at Notre Dame?
The L2L program will once again be running at Notre Dame this year. The program allows students the opportunity to be trained in the art of tutoring before taking those skills forward. We have approximately 40 student tutors involved in all subject areas who will be ready to commence tutoring the week of March 18.
If you would like to have your son/daughter be part of the program (to be tutored), please click on the appropriate link below to register for the program ONLINE.
PART 1: I NEED A TUTOR TO ASSIST ME WITH SUBJECT CONTENT –
PART 2: PEER PARENTAL CONSENT FORM –
*** The Peer Parental Consent Form must be printed out and submitted to student services.
Please note that those requesting a Tutor need to submit BOTH parts of the application
(PEER 1 and PEER 2) in order to be considered for the program
***Cut off for signing up PEERS will be FRIDAY MARCH 8, 2019
The tutoring sessions will run every Monday OR Thursday after school from 2:30pm – 4:00pm in the Library. The L2L program mandates that 12 sessions MUST be completed so that our tutors fulfill the programs requirements, so ATTENDANCE is MANDATORY. If you have any questions about the L2L program at Notre Dame, please contact Ms. Sneyd via email at or at 905-335-1544 x1010