I am 18 to 20 years old

So, you’ve told us you’re 18 to 20 years old right now. The next thing we need to know is how many credits have you already earned.

You’ve shared with us that you are 18 to 20 years old, have fewer than 16 Secondary School credits and have been out of school for less than a year. 

What programs are available to you?

Bridge to Success (BTS) – Online Learning classes with subject specific teacher support at each community campus. These courses can be completed at any time to help develop new skills, acquire new knowledge and to achieve personal learning goals.  

Night School – provides the opportunity to complete Secondary High School Credit courses in a variety of subjects areas throughout the school year. The program is open to both high school students and adults who wish to earn a credit towards their Ontario Secondary School Diploma.

Summer School – provides students the opportunity to complete additional high school credits during the month of July.  Courses are offered for students currently in grades 9 to 12 or for Adult Learners who are working towards their High School Diploma.

Co-operative education – offered through our BTS Program.  Co-operative education allows students to participate in valuable learning experiences that help prepare them for the next stage of their lives, whether in apprenticeship training, college, community living, university or the workplace. Registered students who are working in either a paid or volunteer position are eligible to participate in this program.

Adult Dual Credit – College level program for students who wish to complete their OSSD and make a successful transition to college and/or apprenticeship program.  The college course will count towards both their Ontario Secondary School Diploma and a post secondary certificate, diploma, or degree, or a Certificate of Apprenticeship course.

What should you do next?

Connect with a school counselor to determine the appropriate next steps. Please book an appointment here or contact the site that is most accessible for you. Note: No appointment necessary to register for Night School or Summer School .

You’ve shared with us that you are 18 to 20 years old, have fewer than 16 Secondary School credits and have been out of school for more than a year. 

 

What programs are available to you?

mPLAR – Maturity Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition provides a quicker way for adults to earn credits towards an Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD). Mature Students may earn up to 16 junior (grades 9 and 10) credits and/or 10 senior (grades 11 and 12) credits through an assessment of transcripts and/or the completion of assessments. Students must always complete their last 4 credits to graduate. Once you are done the mPLAR process you can get started on other programs offered to adult learners at Gary Allan.

What should you do next?

Connect with a school counselor to determine the appropriate next steps. Please book an appointment here or contact the site that is most accessible for you.

You’ve shared with us that you are 18 to 20 years old, have 17-26 Secondary School credits and have been out of school for less than a year. 

What programs are available to you?

Bridge to Success (BTS) – Online Learning classes with subject specific teacher support at each community campus. These courses can be completed at any time to help develop new skills, acquire new knowledge and to achieve personal learning goals.  

Night School – provides the opportunity to complete Secondary High School Credit courses in a variety of subjects areas throughout the school year. The program is open to both high school students and adults who wish to earn a credit towards their Ontario Secondary School Diploma.

Summer School – provides students the opportunity to complete additional high school credits during the month of July.  Courses are offered for students currently in grades 9 to 12 or for Adult Learners who are working towards their High School Diploma.

Co-operative education – offered through our BTS Program.  Co-operative education allows students to participate in valuable learning experiences that help prepare them for the next stage of their lives, whether in apprenticeship training, college, community living, university or the workplace. Registered students who are working in either a paid or volunteer position are eligible to participate in this program.

Adult Dual Credit – College level program for students who wish to complete their OSSD and make a successful transition to college and/or apprenticeship program.  The college course will count towards both their Ontario Secondary School Diploma and a post secondary certificate, diploma, or degree, or a Certificate of Apprenticeship course.

What should you do next?

Connect with a school counselor to determine the appropriate next steps. Please book an appointment here or contact the site that is most accessible for you.  Note: No appointment necessary to register for Night School or Summer School .

 

You’ve shared with us that you are 18 to 20 years old, have 17-26 Secondary School credits and have been out of school for more than a year. 

What programs are available to you?

mPLAR – Maturity Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition provides a quicker way for adults to earn credits towards an Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD). Mature Students may earn up to 16 junior (grades 9 and 10) credits and/or 10 senior (grades 11 and 12) credits through an assessment of transcripts and/or the completion of assessments. Students must always complete their last 4 credits to graduate. Once you are done the mPLAR process you can get started on other programs offered to adult learners at Gary Allan.

What should you do next?

Connect with a school counselor to determine the appropriate next steps. Please book an appointment here or contact the site that is most accessible for you.

 

You’ve shared with us that you are 18 to 20 years old, have 26 or more Secondary School credits.

What programs are available to you?

Bridge to Success (BTS) – Online Learning classes with subject specific teacher support at each community campus. These courses can be completed at any time to help develop new skills, acquire new knowledge and to achieve personal learning goals.  

Night School – provides the opportunity to complete Secondary High School Credit courses in a variety of subjects areas throughout the school year. The program is open to both high school students and adults who wish to earn a credit towards their Ontario Secondary School Diploma.

Summer School – provides students the opportunity to complete additional high school credits during the month of July.  Courses are offered for students currently in grades 9 to 12 or for Adult Learners who are working towards their High School Diploma.

Co-operative education – offered through our BTS Program.  Co-operative education allows students to participate in valuable learning experiences that help prepare them for the next stage of their lives, whether in apprenticeship training, college, community living, university or the workplace. Registered students who are working in either a paid or volunteer position are eligible to participate in this program.

Adult Dual Credit – College level program for students who wish to complete their OSSD and make a successful transition to college and/or apprenticeship program.  The college course will count towards both their Ontario Secondary School Diploma and a post secondary certificate, diploma, or degree, or a Certificate of Apprenticeship course.

What should you do next?

Connect with a school counselor to determine the appropriate next steps. Please book an appointment here or contact the site that is most accessible for you. Note: No appointment necessary to register for Night School or Summer School .