Registration for September 2015 has begun. Register quickly as courses fill up.
Registration for self-paced courses will be any time after September 8, 2015. Here is the list of September school courses.
Here is the list of September courses for Main Street:
If you would like to register for any of our self-paced courses, registration will begin September 8, 2015.
Are you thinking about taking a course in Adult Ed? Main Street offers courses towards high school graduation for Canadian Citizens and Landed Immigrants. We offer courses in grades 10, 11 and 12 as well as Foundations courses that prepare students for the senior levels.
Have you already graduated and are looking to upgrade previous marks or to add to your transcript? There are many courses available to help you qualify for post-secondary programs.
Main Street offers structured and self-paced courses, and can therefore accommodate almost any schedule. Self-paced courses may be paper-based or accessed via Moodle. A face to face component is required.
Please give us a call or drop by our centre during office hours.
If you are a new student planning to register, please bring picture identification, proof of citizenship/landed immigrant status/refugee documentation and any previous transcripts if possible.
Important Message for Graduated Adults – Tuition Fees for Grade 11 and Grade 12 courses
· You are a Graduated Adult if you a) were 19 or older on July 1, 2014 and b) if you have graduated in BC or any other place.
· Graduated Adults may take any Foundations courses without paying tuition fees (this includes any English Foundations; Social Studies Foundations; Math Foundations; Science Foundations and Information Technology Foundations courses).
· Beginning in May, 2015, Graduated Adults must pay tuition fees to take any Grade 11 or 12 courses
If you are a Graduated Adult taking a self-paced (online) Grade 11 or Grade 12 course, you must complete at least 10% of the course before May 1 to be eligible to continue taking the course.
· Questions? Please make an appointment to see an academic advisor.
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