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Online course to obtain highschool credit?

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Apr 22, 2014
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Woodbridge

Online course to obtain highschool credit?

My friend did not graduate highschool in 1998 and recently wanted to do the 1 or 2 credits remaining to get his diploma.

However he has a career and can't make the time to attend a school, and just wants to get it completed quickly.

Can anyone recommend a place to get it done?

Cheers
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Your friend does not necessarily have to take any course, assuming they are in Ontario. See the link: https://www.ontario.ca/page/adult-learn ... ertificate
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liveclean wrote: My friend did not graduate highschool in 1998 and recently wanted to do the 1 or 2 credits remaining to get his diploma.

However he has a career and can't make the time to attend a school, and just wants to get it completed quickly.

Can anyone recommend a place to get it done?

Cheers
May we know what diploma it is? High school or post-secondary diploma. High school course credits can be used as prerequisites for post secondary education courses and programs; hence I asked.
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Apr 22, 2014
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Woodbridge
cybercavalier wrote: May we know what diploma it is? High school or post-secondary diploma. High school course credits can be used as prerequisites for post secondary education courses and programs; hence I asked.
Its for a highschool diploma due to being short 1 or 2 classes.
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Check the school board, they usually offer night time classes.

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