Adult students in Milton, Oakville, Burlington can sign up now for high school courses
Published October 10, 2023 at 11:57 am
Adults in Burlington, Oakville, Milton and Halton Hills who are still a few credits shy of graduating high school can register now for day credit programs.
An open house about the programs available is being held Tuesday, Oct. 17, from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Thomas Merton Adult and Continuing Education Centre. The Open House will offer an opportunity to tour the school, meet with school guidance counsellors, and ask questions.
“We are committed to creating academic opportunities for a better tomorrow. We understand our students come to Thomas Merton with a variety of rich life experiences and that they want a school that provides a unique approach, tailored to the needs of each learner. This is what we provide through our Adult Day Credit Program every single day,” said Gino Montanari, the school’s principal.
“Our two-step online registration process allows students and their families to seek advice from our experienced guidance counsellors. The counsellors can help create custom learning plans for our students based on their needs.”
The program delivers Ontario Secondary School Diploma credits for students who are at least 18 years old.
The modules run from September to June each year and registration is open all year round. Classes are held in-person as well as online and students can choose a morning or afternoon session based on your availability.
Registration is now open for the new module that begins Oct. 24.
The Thomas Merton Centre’s Adult Day Credit Program offers high school credit courses throughout the school year in six modules.
Each module is six weeks long and allows students to earn up to two credits per module.
To learn more about the program, visit here.
The two school locations in Halton are 255 Morden Rd. in Oakville and 2800 High Point Dr. in Milton.inhalton's Editorial Standards and Policies advertising