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Day School Program Credit Courses

St. Albert Adult Learning Centre offers credit courses throughout the year for adults working towards their Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD). Students between 18 and 21 years of age are enrolled in the Under 21 Program. Students who turn 21 before December 31 of the current September to June school year are not eligible for the Under 21 program, and will make course selections from the Continuing Education list.

Students work at their own pace in a classroom setting with in-class teacher support.

List of Day School Courses (Continuing Education)
List of Day School Courses (Under 21 Program)

Correspondence Program

A wide variety of secondary school credits may be completed from home when a student is not able to attend day school. St. Albert Adult Learning Centre offers a variety of Ministry of Education approved credit courses which can lead to an Ontario Secondary School Diploma. Registration takes place the first Friday of the month from October to April.

List of Correspondence Courses

Computer Studies

In addition to self paced day school computer courses, St. Albert Adult Learning Centre offers teacher taught computer courses for adults seeking computer skills for today's job market or for personal use. Registration takes place three times a year.

Computer Course Descriptions (pdf)

Literacy and Basic Skills

This program is for adults seeking to improve their reading, writing, math and computer skills. We have locations in Val Caron, Capreol, Onaping, St. Charles, the N'Swakamok Native Friendship Centre on Elm Street and at our main site on St. Raphael Street. Students are offered a free assessment before beginning the program and will be prepared to continue their education, find employment, or have a grater sense of independence. A transportation allowance is available for qualifying students.

English as a Second Language
This program is for immigrants and new Canadians who wish to learn English in a comfortable and supportive environment. There is continuous intake for this program and interested students can start any time.
 
 
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