General education

Should you wish to obtain credits towards your secondary school diploma please see the Centre coordinator in your area.

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Distance education

Attending regulary scheduled classes not an option for you? Contact the Centre in your area for additional information regarding distance (online) education.

16-24  program

Eastern Shores School Board began the 16-24 program in 2004 as a pilot project, through the financial support of the Ministry of Education, because they recognized that there was a growing trend of young people leaving school before having attained their Secondary School Diploma.

Our goal is simple; to assist the 16-24 year old through their educational journey.  We provide support that is tailored to the needs of the individual to ensure that they are successful in their attempt to attain their Secondary School Diploma.  We will adapt services to make sure that all individuals are able to participate actively and stay in school.  We are here to help YOU!

Eastern Shores understands that there are many reasons for making the decision to leave school without having completed your diploma.  We understand that sometimes personal, financial or family situations may take precedence to school; whatever your case may be it is important to know that WE UNDERSTAND and care about you. Give your local Centre a call and we may be able to help you get back to learning and to complete your High School Diploma.

Recognition of acquired competencies (RAC)

The recognition of acquired competencies (RAC) is a process that officially recognizes your acquired skills and competencies thereby accelerating or giving you direct access to a diploma.  If you have worked for many years in one field and would like to be recognized for those skills that you have acquired call the Eastern Shores Adult Education Center nearest you for more details.