We also have two computer labs for full-time French and English students. All other students, including adults, Grade 8 students and non-SCDSB students can register with a paper form, available on the Learning Centres website. Ontario bridge training program For skilled immigrants and refugees looking to continue their career in Canada. The warm winter coats, snow pants and even hand-knit mitts, scarves and hats are donated in abundance by our generous community. Thank you for your help! These learners are the parents of the children in our public schools. For more information, click here.
More and more adults are going back to school to get a certificate, diploma or degree, to change careers or just as an expansion of their hobbies. Elementary Ministry of Education funding is available for community groups who would like to initiate after school Heritage Language programs for elementary school-aged children. Thank you for your help! Home Our School Location and Hours. Ontario high school diploma For adults who want to earn high school credits towards their Ontario Secondary School Diploma OSSD or need academic credits to enter postsecondary education or apprenticeship training. French as a second language For immigrants and refugees looking to improve their French, when French and English are not their first language.
Port Elgin - Adult Learning Centres
Ontario Ministry of Education. Limited school bus transportation is provided from all areas of Simcoe County. If you choose to get your high school diploma from a school board, check to see if any courses you have taken or any work experience you have can be considered the same as—"equivalent"—to a high school credit. The warm winter coats, snow pants and even hand-knit mitts, scarves and hats are donated in abundance by our generous community. Classes may be offered through:.
Community-oriented adult education should involve people at every stage of life and should act as a bridge between groups within communities. Adult learners live complex lives. Students are full-time and attend teacher-led classes from September to June. Skip to main content Skip to "About government". Take courses to improve your reading, writing and math skills, your English or French or to get your high school diploma. Registration Information.