Going back to school to get your high school diploma or to take courses to get ahead is a great idea! The following resources will help you achieve success:
Adult learners (18 years and older) can graduate high school by completing courses in one of the following programs:
Taking high school courses can help with various educational paths – working towards high school graduation, upgrading for work or for entrance into a post-secondary program.
If English is not your first language, and you want to upgrade your skills, an English as a Second Language (ESL) course can help you to:
- Prepare for other academic or career training programs
- Meet the English language requirements for work
Adult Special Education (ASE) programs offered at B.C. public post-secondary institutions are available to students with permanent disabilities or a combination of learning difficulties that hinder scholastic success.