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Adult & Continuing Education


Please call to make an appointment.


Sarnia Office:
660 Oakdale Avenue
Sarnia, Ontario
N7V 2A9
Phone: 519-383-8787
Fax: 519-332-6855

Chatham Office:
35 Creek Road
Chatham, Ontario
N7M 0L1
Phone: 519-351-9540
Fax: 519-351-9798


The Adult & Continuing Education Program at the LKDSB offers a number of programs:


Alternative Education

Education for are 14-17 year olds

More information about Alternative Education
Continuing Education

Education for 18- 20 year olds

More information about:
Self Study
Adult Education

Education for 21 years old and over

More information about:
Self Study


Adult Education

The Adult Education Program is primarily for use by adults, over the age of 18, who wish to upgrade their academic credentials or complete their secondary education.


Alternative Education

Programs are available to assist students who have experienced difficulty in a traditional secondary school setting and who are in need of an alternative program delivery model. Students are referred to these programs by their home school principal. Information on available programs can be obtained from Student Services.


Credit Courses

Secondary school credit courses can be attained by independent study.


Skills Upgrading

This program is available to students not currently enrolled in regular day school. An individualized program tailored to the student's needs allows for continuous intake. Each student's program is supervised by qualified instructors. Programs are available in several locations throughout the District.

Employment Ontario Program

This Employment Ontario program is funded in part by the Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario and through the Canada-Ontario Job Fund Agreement.


International Language - Elementary

Ministry of Education funding is available for community groups who would like to initiate after school Heritage Language programs for elementary school-aged children. Contact either Alternative and Continuing Education Centres listed above for more information.


Summer Semester

Summer Semester may offer secondary new credit courses, remedial elementary, coop and adult education. Courses vary in length and begin early in July. More information is available from one of the offices listed below or from the Student Services department at any secondary school.