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Change in Education for Graduated Adults

The BC Government and the Ministry of Education have announced that effective September 1, 2017 Graduated Adults* will be able to take High School Credit courses tuition-free**.

The following fees remain:
• $30.00 Student Service Fee (non-refundable)
• $25.00 Workbook fees (non-refundable)
• $50.00/$75.00 Textbook Deposits (refundable)
• $600.00 International Students
• Some courses still require a course tuition fee for graduated adults. See your academic advisor for details**.

BC residency documents may be required*

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Testimonials

What made CE work for me was the comfortable, adult atmosphere/environment and the extremely supportive, patient and caring teachers. The combination of these two things (among so many others!) are what helped make my adult grad possible.

- L.M.

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
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