All Night School Language  2021-22 courses will start with Virtual Instruction through an online format, and will remain so until authorization for a return to In-Person Instruction is provided by Ontario Public Health and the Halton District School Board.

International Languages Credit Courses 

Gary Allan High School provides International Languages Credit courses throughout the Halton Region as a part of our Night School program. Courses are available to current high school students and Adult Learners who are permanent residents of Ontario.

About International Language Credit Courses

The International Languages Secondary Credit Program operates as part of our Night School Program and is open to all adult and high school students who wish to earn a credit towards their Ontario Secondary School Diploma.  Courses will run on Wednesday evenings from September to May.

Courses currently running are Arabic, German, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin and Spanish. All German courses will now be offered on Wednesday evenings.

It is important to note that these are High School Credit Courses. We do not offer General Interest or Beginner Courses. Students are expected to have a grade 10 or higher proficiency level of the language with the ability to communicate verbally and in writing with basic phrases at time of enrollment into Level 1 of the course.  All courses require successful completion of pre-requisites prior to enrollment. There are no exceptions to skip the prerequisites, regardless of your knowledge of the language. This is because the curriculum in each level builds off of material covered in the previous level, very much in the same way that Grade 12 English requires the completion of Grade 11 English.  This includes students who are native speakers of a language which they wish to take as a Night School Credit.


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Please note that as these are High School Credit classes, current high school students and students who require the credit for graduation will receive priority placement in the course.  All other applicants will be placed on a wait list in order of application date and will be notified the week prior to course the start date. 

Spaces in class are limited and may reach capacity prior to the registration deadline.

There is no cost to Ontario Residents to participate in the program. Fees apply for International/Out of Province Students.