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Continuing Education

Teacher Guided Adult Day School

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This program is a fast track and teacher guided method of earning high school credits.

  • Adults 18 years and over can earn high school credits.
  • A 6 week program adhering to the Ontario Secondary School curriculum as per Ministry of Education guidelines.
  • Morning (8:30 am-11:45 am) and/or afternoon (12:15-3:30 pm) classes available that cater to student schedules and learning styles.
  • All courses are teacher guided and workplace, college and university level courses are available.
  • ELL students must have CLB 6 or higher to participate in ADS.

Courses Offered


Session Dates

  • Session 5 – May 6 to June 23, 2022 – closed to registration
  • Session 1 – September 9 to October 27, 2022 – OPEN NOW FOR REGISTRATION
  • Session 2 – November 7 to December 22, 2022
  • Session 3 – January 9 to February 24, 2023
  • Session 4 -March 2 to April 27, 2023
  • Session 5 – May 5 to June 22, 2023

Register for ADS (NEW Student)

New student registration is a 2 step process:

STEP 1: ID Confirmation Process

STEP 2: Book Registration Meeting for ADS

Register for ADS (Returning Student)

Register Now – Registration for Session 1 – 2022-23

Returning Continuing Education student but not currently an Active student?  Please use this form to be re-enrolled so you can access the option sheet: PLANNING TO COME BACK 2022-23

Programs within ADS

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.


Graduates are entitled to a complimentary copy of their Final Transcript and their Diploma.  Please formalize your request at:  Transcript Requests


Once you are registered in an ADS course you can access your course material by clicking the following link – https://students.hwdsb.on.ca/

CE Adult Day School focuses on staying connected to community resources, click right for more information – https://ceads.commons.hwdsb.on.ca/


Updated on Monday, July 18, 2022.
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