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2017 Registration

Hello everyone!

I hope you are having a great long weekend. School starts soon and we are all very excited about the new school year. I just want to make sure everyone remembers that registration day is this coming Saturday, Sept 9th. We are seeking volunteers to help with the direction of people unfamiliar with the process. If you wish to help please come to the gym early (9 am) and report to the Registrar or Principal.

If you haven’t registered yet please remember to go to the registration website [ ] and print out the appropriate form. Please fill it out and bring it with you on registration day.

Registration will be in the gym, which is located at the bottom floor of the school. Take either the west or east staircase to the lowest level and follow the corridor to the center of the building. Access is via the boys locker room. Registration starts at 09:30 and we'd like to get everyone in by 11 o'clock in order to finish on time. We are aiming for doors closing at 11 so please plan accordingly.

Here are some notes regarding Saturday that could be helpful.

Tuition :
For members that have preregistered the balance of your tuition is :

Adults: $550
Students (13 to 16 yrs): $450
Children (12 yrs and under as of Dec 31 of this year): $350

For members who have not yet registers

Adults: $660
Students (13 to 16 yrs): $550
Children (12 yrs and under as of Dec 31 of this year): $440

Please note that many of the children's classes are full and the registrar may add you to list to contact should a spot become available.

Tuition above does not include books which are usually $60 and depend on which class you are taking.

Payments can be made with credit card, cash, or cheque. Credit card is our preferred method as it speed up processing considerably. Cheques should be made payable to << The Toronto Japanese Language School >>. Paper receipts are by request only. Full information regarding processing can be found at the bottom of the registration page on our site at: .

We advise students seeking placement interviews to proceed to the interviews before attempting to pay for tuition as placement information is included on the paper work. Please refer to signs and volunteers for directions.

Books are in addition to Tuition but can be paid at the same time. You may wish to check with table supplying books first before proceeding to settle your tuition to make the process quicker.


Further housekeeping for the remainder of the year.

Calendar :
Events and normal school days are publicly available on the school calendar at : . By clicking on the blue + sign you can add this calendar to your own google account to always have the latest information.
Link also available in ical format for outlook and OSX systems :

We highly encourage you to make use of the calendar and as this is the easiest and fastest way to update changes to our calendar. Paper calendar's provided at the beginning of classes are for reference only and can fall out of date quickly.

Stay up to date:

I encourage everyone to join our mailing list at :!forum/community
This will serve for updates, house keeping reminders and announcements from the board and principal.

Also please follow us on your social media locations:

Facebook Page



G+ page

Facebook Groups

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We are just a little over a month away from registration. If you have early registration deposit paid we do recommend coming in on Registration day to deal with your balance payment. Usually we find that 10 AM is a bit slow so it might be a good time to accommodate early registration paperwork.

Please note that for children's classes we are currently full. Please see the registration page for information on waitlists.

Further information on Registration dates, fees, and payments can be viewed on the registration page at [ ] which is kept up to date with the latest information

Registration is on Sept 9th. We understand that its still a few weeks away and it might be hard to remember. Please note that it is available on the school calendar [ ] which can be added to your outlook or google calendar.

Further we will be updating info and reminding people on our mailing list and social media sites:

Facebook Page



Google Plus

Facebook Groups

Google Plus Community

Or Join the mailing list!forum/community

Good evening everyone,

Just a quick (late) reminder that there is no school tomorrow in observance of the Victoria Day Holiday!

Also, Tomorrow Night several members of the school community will be going to and performing at Kozmic Nite Vol 2! Please join us!

Still hoping to get some more volunteers for Anime North Next Weekend!

Enjoy your weekend and stay safe!

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Some Announcements for Saturday May 13th, 2017

Children have the Okamatsu Speech Contest this weekend in the gym starting at 09:30. If you wish to help with setup please come for 08:30
Adult classes will proceed as normal.

We are still selling tickets to Birthday wishes at the JCCC member rate of $10. Please come see us about buying. -

Please check out TTC's for diversions and closure updates :
A quick non-exhaustive list :
- Line 2 closure - St George to Broadview
- 501,301 Queen Diversion
- 505 Dundas Diversion
-506 Carlton Diversion
Summer construction season has started, please check the city map to see if there are restrictions on the map :

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Some quick housekeeping for class this weekend. We have a few closures so you may wish to plan a longer commute this Saturday.

TTC: Line 3 is closed this weekend for maintenance :

DVP : Spring cleaning is this weekend. DVP will be closed all weekend. :

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Hi Everyone,
Just a few quick reminders:
This Weekend, bake sale! For those in the know, get your tupperware ready!!!
Also this weekend, TTC is shutting down service on Line 1 (Yellow) north of St George for signaling upgrades:

The wide range of weather we've been having creates all sorts of traffic difficulties in the city so please keep an eye on traffic and TTC diversion alerts :

Travel early and travel safe!
See everybody tomorrow!

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The Toronto Japanese Language School is proud to partner with The Japan Foundation, Toronto and the Consulate General of Japan to bring the Neko Samurai's 2014 movie to the screen in Toronto. Please check out the event below for details!

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This weekend is the last school day for the semester. Please note that Environment Canada has a Special Weather Statement in effect predicting heavy snow fall of 5-10 cm starting tonight and extending into Saturday morning. Please plan ahead, keep an eye on the news, and stay safe. If you are unable to make it to class we recommend sending a quick email to your teacher so that we know you are safe!
Stay Toasty everyone!

Hello everyone,

As you will recall we had our AGM last week and we are underway with the new and old business of keeping the school running. One of the requests we are working on is building an email-list that allows us to keep the community informed of events, alerts, and oppertunities at the school and the community. We are now starting to populate this list, but we'd like your help. If you are interested in receiving these emails please follow the link below, let us know how you are related to the school and ask to be on the list.

Housekeeping : Email posts will be avialable on the same address above should the not appear in your mailbox for some reason. Also, you can change preferences on the website if you want individual emails or digests. Finally, every email will have an unsubscribe link should you no longer wish to recieve emails.

Thanks and please join the list!

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Hi everyone,

Registration day was very successful and very busy. Just wanted to put out a quick reminder that registration is still being processed before and after classes on Saturday, September 17th, as a lot of pre-registrations did not make it yesterday. Dues can be paid with credit card, cheque, or cash; but we prefer credit as it is quicker for us to process and gets you through the line much faster.

Also for those attending our classes and needing books: Tobira, Genki I, and Genki II all cost $60 dollars each and can be paid for in class.
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