High School Courses Requirements
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I did this as well, but I will caution you that because it's public school board and it's adult school, you might find it challenging. I did this for 12U English and finished a few weeks ago and I was the only one in the class who got over 80. Most of the class failed, dropped out or barely passed.CalmThatCat wrote: ↑I'm not sure how it is in Vancouver, but the school board here has a school thats dedicated to essentially upgrading marks and taking courses in the evening. The classes consisted of people in high school picking up extra courses they didn't have room in their schedule for all the way up to a couple 30-40 year olds who were getting a science credit they were missing to apply for other things. I personally took a gr 12 chemistry course 2 years after I'd graduated high school to be eligible for the program I wanted to get into, it cost me $20 to register since it was through the public school board.
$20 at a public school vs $600 at a college
If your local board doesnt offer something like that, there are online courses (the name escapes me atm) but they're cheap as well
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you're taking high school courses now?Syne wrote: ↑I did this as well, but I will caution you that because it's public school board and it's adult school, you might find it challenging. I did this for 12U English and finished a few weeks ago and I was the only one in the class who got over 80. Most of the class failed, dropped out or barely passed.
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I hope they have something like this in my region.thesk8man wrote: ↑in ontario we have "adult schools" which can do one course over 2.5 month for $40 fee plus $100 book deposit.
Ilc is online adult school which charges $35? or $45 but is all pdf's which you print at home and type answers in Microsoft word and send online.
with ilc you can go as fast as you want.
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I think they added the prices recently. I remember doing English 12 online at VLN for free around 3 years ago... now they added a $550 tuition fee on top of a course cost.Syne wrote: ↑Are you sure you're looking at the right place? What thesk8man says is true, these schools are free except for a book deposit. The one in my city recently started offering an online curriculum, and it's my understanding that many of the adult day schools are starting this. Maybe it's just an Ontario thing?
I have heard that the Western provinces do have a lot more privatized education.. Perhaps it's regional.
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