Open the doors to your future.
Our Adult Day School, located at Sudbury Secondary School, offers a variety of free high school credit courses for adult learners who want to complete their Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD). Adult Day School issues diplomas when the graduation requirements are met. Students are also invited to attend a formal ceremony in June.
If you are a mature student who is 21 years of age or older, we can help you open doors to your future by preparing you for college, university or the workplace.
We offer several programs to help you achieve your OSSD such as:
- Credit courses blending individualized, teacher-led and e-learning formats of instruction
- Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR) and Mature Student Evaluation (MSE), formal evaluation and credit-granting processes for mature students
- Adult Co-operative Education program that grants credits in conjunction with on-the-job work experience
These learning opportunities are offered on a continuous in-take basis from September to June. Students can design their own flexible timetable and can attend classroom or co-operative education during a variety of times throughout the day.
To register, visit Sudbury Secondary School – Adult Education office at the Davidson Street entrance or call 705.675.5481, ext. 7305.
Classes begin: Tuesday, September 7, 2021
Adult English Language Learning Non-Credit Courses
Are you a newcomer looking to improve English language skills to enter post-secondary studies or the workplace?
If you are over 18 years of age and not enrolled in a publicly funded school, you may qualify for a non-credit English language learning course. Content will focus on reading, writing, listening and speaking, from beginner to advanced. Pending enrolment, learning will take place at a central location either during the school day or in the evenings.
This course is for parents/guardians of students in Rainbow Schools. Please contact your child’s principal to express interest.
Settlement Worker in Rainbow Schools
Melanie- Lynn Grandmont is a Settlement Worker In the Schools (SWIS) serving Rainbow District School Board.
Melanie-Lynn is employed by the YMCA of Northeastern Ontario’s Immigrant Services, and co-ordinates services for families attending English language schools.
View the presentation below to learn the many ways Melanie-Lynn can help you.