International Languages Credits
Today student’s live in an increasingly interdependent and global world and the study of international languages provides students the opportunity to learn an additional language, enrich their understanding of how languages work and to develop greater understanding and sensitivity towards other cultures.
The International Languages Secondary Credit Program operates as part of our Night School Program and is open to all adult and high school students. There is no cost to participate in the program and students can earn credits in International Languages courses to use towards the completion of their Ontario Secondary School Diploma.
International Language credit courses offered for the upcoming school year include Arabic, German, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin, Romanian, Spanish and Urdu. Courses are offered at the introductory, intermediate and advanced levels on Wednesday evenings from September 27th until May 16th. The German language program takes place on Saturday mornings from September 16th until June 9th.
Students currently enrolled a Secondary School in the Halton region must register for the International Languages Secondary Credit Program through the Student Services Department at their home school. Completed and signed forms must be faxed by your school to Gary Allan High School before classes commence. High school students may only attend night classes with written permission from the Secondary School Principal or delegate. Students under 18 years of age require the signature of their parent or guardian. Adults (18 years of age or older) may register themselves, but must attach proof of Canadian residency (ex. birth certificate or Passport) to their application or present it in person at our main office
*Japanese will be offered in Semester 2
Due to the vast number of students, we do not confirm registration. You will be contacted ONLY if your course is full, transferred or cancelled.
Please check our website for a list of cancelled courses on September 14th.
Otherwise, please report to your scheduled location on the first day of classes.