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Welcome to Continuing Education at Riverside Centre

Riverside Centre is an innovative new concept in School District No. 42 featuring Continuing Education, Ridge Meadows College and International Education. We now offer an education under one roof that will make learning easy and accessible for you and your family. Whether you are a new high school graduate preparing for a career, an adult finding a new path, a visitor from abroad seeking new experiences, or an individual desiring to enhance your enjoyment of life through personal enrichment course; life long learning is the key to your success.

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FALL 2014 Registration Changes:

In light of the current strike action by the BC Teachers’ Federation, we are changing the registration dates for both Continuing Education and Connected Learning for the Fall 2014 Semester. We will be accepting registrations on a drop-in basis, from September 2 until the end of teacher job action, daytime only, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. At this time we are uncertain when classes will begin. Please be assured that the required instruction hours for course credit will be provided.

We thank you for your understanding and co-operation during this labour dispute.

For updated information please visit our School District 42 website at sd42.ca or Continuing Education at ce.sd42.ca.

Event Calendar

July 2014

Frequently Asked Questions

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Continuing Education was my opportunity to have a second chance and it changed the way I viewed “sitting in a classroom”. Adult learning is providing me with the foundation of what I need to shape my future goals.

- Mio

I like the freedom of doing the online learning in my own time. I have a lot of extra curricular interests and also I am training to be a Lifeguard and swim instructor. So I like doing the work when I can “fit it in”. Although I am a french immersion student, I really liked doing this in English because some of the subjects were quite complicated and difficult to understand at first!  I am a good student but doing it in French would have been very very hard and I think a lot of the value for me would have been lost in the language barrier.

- Susannah R. – MRSS Student 2011
Connected Learning Community Maple Ridge & Pitt Meadows

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