Correspondence studies program


The Department of Education's Correspondence Study Program allows adults to be able to obtain credits through self-study courses. This is not an online program.

Prior to contacting correspondence studies, ensure you know what credits your require to obtain the high school diploma for adults. If you have any past grade 11 and/or 12 credits or post-secondary or military trade (QL5 or higher), those credits may be transferrable towards the diploma for adults. Contact Adult Education Division for more details.

Learner will be reimbursed for tuition only once the course has been completed and passed. For more information on the courses available through correspondence studies program click here.



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