OHC Toronto took its first registration in 1996 and has hosted over 8000 students from around the world. The school's founding philosophy was to offer high quality ESL English programs in a warm and comfortable atmosphere for our traveling students. Although we have grown in size, our philosophy has stayed the same.
What has been known as the Blake Mansion since 1872 is now home to our head office and OHC Toronto. Since 1872, this historic building has been home to the second Premier of Ontario, among other influential heads of state. From 1985 to very recently, the building served as the Humewood Art Gallery. Today, this magnificent Victorian architectural masterpiece is a government of Canada Heritage Site, and is where OHC students study English or train to become certified English teachers. It is located right downtown and is walking distance to Wellesley subway station, the famous Eaton's Centre and 10 minutes to the CN Tower on the subway.