Adult Graduation Program

Adult Graduation Program

5 courses (20 credits)

Option 1 Option 2
English 12 or Communications 12 English 12 or Communications 12
Any Math 11 course Any Grade 12 course
Any Grade 12 course Any Grade 12 course
Any Grade 12 course Any Grade 12 course
Any Grade 12 course Any Grade 12 course
  • Students may start the Adult Graduation Program when they are 18 years old.
  • Courses must be developed by the Ministry of Education, not by the school, to be eligible for the Adult Graduation program.
  • Challenge Exams and External Credentials are acceptable ways of earning credit.
  • Two eligible courses taken during the regular Graduation Program may be transferred to the Adult Graduation Program.
  • Once a student has started a course, they may not switch to the Adult Graduation Program (or to the regular Graduation Program) mid-course.
  • Provincial Exams are not required for the Adult Graduation Program.
  • Students should check requirements for admission to post secondary¬†institutions before enrolling in the Adult Graduation Program.