We offer Adult Day School Programs that will help you upgrade a mark, obtain credits for College or University or to complete your High School Diploma. These program are offered to Adult Learners, ages 18 and older who are not registered with a Secondary School. The Adult Day School program provides a structured and disciplined learning environment, using the Ontario Secondary School curriculum. Adult Credit courses are offered during the day only. All credit courses are 110 hours of study as per Ministry of Education guidelines.
ADULT DAY SCHOOL PROGRAMS:
About the School Day
Adult Day School Courses are offered in 35 day sessions on a full or part time basis. Students take one course in the morning (8:30 am-11:45 pm) and/or afternoon (12:15-3:30 pm). Classes are teacher facilitated. Workplace, College and University (at Hill Park only) level courses are available.
Courses Offered by Location
For many students, after Assessment, just two to four sessions of Adult Day School (4 – 8 senior credits) will fulfill the requirements for an Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD). Adults who require an additional credit to graduate, have the option to participate in our D2L Hybrid Night School Program.
Specialized Programs - Advantage - FastTrack
Advantage Program: Offers English Language Learners between the ages of 19-24 the opportunity to complete their Ontario Secondary School Diploma.
FASTtrack Program: Designed for adult learners, 18 to 21 years of age and out of school, interested in developing computer skills, upgrading their academic skills, and completing their secondary education.
FASTtrack provides the opportunity for students who’ve recently left High School with minimal credits to achieve a number of High School Credits through the Mature PLAR* process. At the conclusion of the program, students will have a credit total of at least 17 and can have as many as 20 or more. For many students, successful completion of FASTtrack will leave only a small number of credits to be achieved in order to fulfill the requirements for an Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD).
This program provides a structured learning environment. Credit courses are offered during the day and operate in five (5) sessions of six (6) weeks.
Students complete one credit per session and spend the balance of the school day building the skills required to successfully complete their PLAR tests, receiving extra support on their course materials or completing a second credit using Independent Study course materials.
REGISTRATION, SESSION DATES and LOCATION INFORMATION:
Do I Need an Assessment before I Register?
- Session 1 – September 10 to October 28, 2021 – Open for registration now!
- Session 2 – November 1 to December 16, 2021
- Session 3 – January 10 to February 25, 2022
- Session 4 – March 3 to April 28, 2022
- Session 5 – May 6 to June 23, 2022
How To Register
STEP #1 – Students who are NEW to Continuing Education – complete the “Student Registration (ID, Eligibility & Address verification)” on-line meeting with Continuing Education Office staff BEFORE you can be registered in a program. Book your Student Registration (ID, Eligibility & Address verification) virtual meeting now.
STEP #2 – Sign up for an Intake/PROGRAM Registration Meeting with our Guidance Counsellor or email the Hill Park Learning Centre at firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance. At this time all of our registration meetings are being booked through “Hill Park” and are taking place on-line through Microsoft Teams.
Did you attend Adult credit programs with Continuing Education in 2020-2021? You can register for Session 1 now: https://bit.ly/HWDSB2021-22Session1ADSOptionSheet If you were in Adult Day School last year and want to come back – please let us know so we can reactivate your account: https://bit.ly/ReturningToHWDSBCE2021-2022 so you can complete an option sheet.
Graduates are entitled to a complimentary copy of their Final Transcript and their Diploma. Please formalize your request at: Transcript Requests
Plans for 2020-2021 Graduation events have not been determined. If we are able to proceed with an event this fall, graduates will be contacted.