Gary Allan Learning Centres provide High School Credit courses through the Night School Program, offered throughout the Halton Region, available to current high school students and Adult Learners who are permanent residents of Ontario.

About Night School

Night School provides the opportunity to complete Secondary High School Credit courses in a variety of subjects areas. The program is open to both high school students and Adult Learners who wish to earn a credit towards their Ontario Secondary School Diploma. Courses offered include those in English, Math,  Co-op  and International Languages.

Night School is offered on a semestered basis:  Semester 1 : September 22nd-January 19th,    Semester 2 : February 16th to June 20th
Courses run Mondays and Wednesdays from 6:30 – 9:30 pm

Semester 2 Night School Classes are Virtual Synchronous Instruction (except Robotics). 


Full Semester 2 Night School Information

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To register, click “How to Register” tab, above 


Important notes: 

  • These are High School Credit Courses. We do not offer General Interest or Beginner Courses.  
  • All courses require successful completion of pre-requisites prior to enrollment. This includes students who are native speakers of a language which they wish to take as a Night School Credit.
  • All students will be required to complete all assignments,  tests and exams on time and maintain regular attendance (max 3 absences total). Failure to do so will result in removal from the program and a failing mark on the students permanent educational record.

All staff and students will be required to follow all HDSB Covid-19 protocols including mandatory masking, social distancing and hygiene.

Click below for the course list:

The Registration Process


Semester 2 Registrations are closed.

Classes run from February 16th to June 20th, Mondays and Wednesdays from 6:30 – 9:30 pm


Select one of the following:

Find all Night School information here

Students must select the course through their HDSB  MyBlueprint account.  Your home school Guidance Counselor will then be notified to approve or deny your request.

Students will be able to see the status of their course request in their MyBlueprint account.

Registration closes on February 10th at 4:00 p.m. Applications received after this time will not be processed.
Cancellations posted on February 11th at 4:00 p.m.

Trouble using MyBlueprint? Refer to this how to video


Current Non-HDSB high school students

Find all Night School information here

  • Students must download the registration form, complete it in full
  • Send the completed form to the Guidance Counselor at your CURRENT HOME SCHOOL
  • The counselor must verify that all information and course selection is accurate, then they must complete the ‘Current Home School Use’ section of the form to verify the student’s identity
  • Attach a credit counseling summary
  • The form and Credit Counseling Summary must then be sent to

Download the registration package

Registration closes on February 10th at 4:00 p.m. Applications received after this time will not be processed.
Cancellations posted on February 11th at 4:00 p.m.


Adult Learners


Find all Night School information here

  • Students must download the registration form, complete it in full
  • Attach the FOUR required documents found here to prove your identity and current address.
  • Attach a credit counseling summary or transcript if you are able to
  • Email all completed documents and forms to  in one email — Adult students do NOT have to send the guidance counselor at their most recent high school

Download the registration package

Registration closes on February 10th at 4:00 p.m. Applications received after this time will not be processed.
Cancellations posted on February 11th at 4:00 p.m.

Frequently Asked Questions

I’m a current HDSB high school student. How do I register?

Registration must be done through your HDSB MyBlueprint Account.

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I’m a high school student in a different school board. How do I register?

Download and complete the registration form, then submit it to your home school’s Guidance/Student Services for verification.

A copy of your High School Transcripts must be attached to the registration form.

Email all completed forms and transcript to

I’m an adult. Is this course for me? If so, how do I register?

These are not General Interest courses. Courses are for learners working towards their high school diploma, completing prerequisites for Post-Secondary Education, or fulfilling employment requirements.   You will be required to participate in all classes (3 absences total) and complete all tests, quizzes, and the final exam. Credits will be recorded onto your permanent Ontario Student Record. Adults will be in the same  classroom as high school students. Students who are currently in High School and require the course credit will be given priority placement in the class in the event that the course course reaches capacity.

Can I register on site on the first day?

No. Semester 2 registration opens mid-December and closes February 10th at 4:00 p.m. Space is limited.

Does the course take place in a classroom?

UPDATE: Semester 2 Night School 2021-22 courses will be moving to Virtual Synchronous Instruction (except Robotics). All current registrations will be moved to virtual learning, unless notification to be removed, has been emailed to Thank you for your continued understanding during these times.

*Students must be available for the full 3 hours of the online course.

How do I log into my course?

Students must log in to the link provided using an email address and password. If you do not have one, one will be emailed prior to the 1st day of the course to the email address you indicated at time of registration. You may have to sign out of any other email accounts prior to logging in with an HDSB.CA email account.

Why do I need to provide medical information?

We require this information in case you have a medical emergency during class time.

What are the dates and times of the course?

Language courses that began in September run on Wednesday evenings, 6:30 p.m.- 9:30 p.m. September 22nd to May 4th

Semester 2 courses run Monday and Wednesdays, 6:30 p.m.- 9:30 p.m. February 16th- June 15th

Why are some language courses offered as ‘Full year’ and others are only in Semester 2?

All courses were offered as full year courses, however those that did not receive sufficient registration in September are now offered in Semester 2 to give students another opportunity to participate in the course.

I am a native speaker of a language offered as a Night School Credit Course. Can I skip the pre-requisites?

High School students require successful completion of the prerequisites prior to enrolment, regardless of their experience in the language. Ex: A student must take the Grade 10 and 11 levels before taking grade 12. This is because each grade/level builds off of work completed in previous levels. There are no exceptions.

Adults (18 years +) do not require prerequisites, but it is strongly advised.

How do I get confirmation that my registration was approved?

Due to high numbers, we cannot confirm registration. Please contact your home school to ensure that you are registered. HDSB students can check their status in their Halton MyBlueprint account.

Can I take more than one course?

You only take one course through Night School.

Is the course guaranteed to run?

Courses are conditional on enrollment. If we do not have enough students to run a class, we will try to combine classes if possible. Cancellations will be posted on on February 11th at 4:00 p.m. We will not have access to class numbers until that date.

I can’t participate in the course every day. Is that okay?

Students may miss a maximum of 3 days. Further absences will result in removal from the program.

What if I need to drop out?

You must request a Drop Form from your teacher. The last day to drop out of the course without the mark showing up on your official record is March 24th, 2022 for full year language classes, and May 2nd, 2022 for Semester 2 classes.

Can I start/finish the course early?

No, course schedules cannot be modified.

Can I contact the teacher prior to the course?

Teachers are not assigned to a specific class until the first morning of school because enrollment numbers change drastically up until that time. You may only contact a teacher at this time.

I have an IEP. What do I do with it?

You must email a copy of your IEP to your teacher on the first day.

Is there an exam?

All courses have a final evaluation. Your teacher will explain all grading criteria in class.

How do I get my final mark?

Report cards will be sent to your home school.  If you are an adult, your final report will be mailed to your home address. Adult learners are responsible to ensure that a copy of their report is sent to the school that holds their educational records. This is typically the last school attended prior to Gary Allan Learning Centre.

How does my university/college get my marks?

If you are a Halton District School Board High School student, your mark will automatically be uploaded to OUAC/OCAS with your home school upload.

If you are from a school outside of the Halton District School Board, or an Adult Learner please complete a ‘Marks To University’ form.  OUAC  Applicants must add Gary Allan High School – Night School, to their Academic Background

Night School Course Drop/Change

  • Semester 1 courses must be dropped prior to the Full Disclosure date of November 22nd,  2021.
  • Full year language courses must be dropped prior to the Full Disclosure date of March 16th, 2022.
  • Semester 2 courses must be dropped prior to the Full Disclosure date of May 2nd, 2022.

Courses dropped after the required date will result in a failing mark on the permanent school record.

Course changes can be made up until the end of the 2nd day of the Night School course.


To drop or change a Night School course please download and complete the following form


Download the Drop Form here