Students must be 19 years of age or older (some exceptions apply)
Students must have sufficient proficiency of the English language for successful study of senior high courses. (Minimum Benchmark level 7 in Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening required.)
Students must take an English and Math assessment.
Mature Students require eight senior high school credits to graduate.
Four of these credits must be at Grade 12 level and must include one English and one Math credit.
The remaining credits can be selected from option courses offered such as: Computers, Drama, Psychology, Family Studies, Law, Biology, Cooperative Education and World Issues.
Previous Credits and Prior Learning Recognition
Students may qualify to have all high school courses from Grade 9 to Grade 12 assessed for credit.
Prior Learning Assessment involves recognition and accreditation for learning acquired through formal and informal studies.
All Students are required to:
Fill in a registration form
Complete and English and Math Assessment
For more information or to register, click here to contact Horizons Learning Centres.