The Learning Centres day school program is for students 18 years of age and older. It is a high
school credit program for students who wish to complete their high
school diploma in a flexible, adult environment. The program is also open to students who have graduated high school but are looking to upgrade credits for work or post-secondary purposes.
Day school runs for two semesters per year and is
broken into four terms starting in September, November, February and April.
All courses are offered in an e-learning format where students can choose to work from the e-learning hub at their home centre or work from their own home. Co-operative education courses are also available.
Face-to-face course options are also available at our Alliston, Barrie, Bradford, Collingwood and Orillia locations.
Planning your Courses
Coordinators can help students plan their studies to upgrade their skills and achieve their career goals while completing their OSSD.
Choose from a variety of subjects including:
- And more...
You may be eligible for prior learning assessment recognition (PLAR) credits or maturity/equivalency credits.
register for a course, please visit your local learning centre. In order to register you will need:
- A transcript from the most recent high school you attended
- Government issued ID
- Admission requirements for your post-secondary program of choice or credit requirements for the workplace in order to complete an educational plan (optional)
Adult students interested in registering for courses with The Learning Centres are still able to do so during COVID-19 by contacting their local Learning Centre. New students will need a copy of their up-to-date transcript or status sheet in order for a program coordinator to assist you in selecting appropriate courses. Visit the locations page
to find the Learning Centre closest to you.