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Mature Student High School Diploma

Program Description

The Manitoba Department of Education offers the Mature Student High School Diploma program for adult students who wish to obtain a high school diploma.

During this 10-month program, students can earn up to eight high school credits. To graduate, students must complete one Grade 12 English course, one Grade 12 Math course, and two additional Grade 12 courses, along with four elective credits from Grade 9 to Grade 12.

Students who have earned high school credits from other institutions can transfer them to the Mature Student High School Diploma program.

The program features teacher-led, half-day classes (one in the morning and one in the afternoon), and a complete school year is divided into four terms, each lasting approximately 9-10 weeks. Students can enroll at the beginning of each term, and a non-refundable registration fee of $60 is required. Course textbooks are provided to students, and a refundable deposit of $20 per course is required.

Courses (*indicates elective courses that may change from year to year)

  • Transactional English 40S

  • Comprehensive English

  • Essentials Math 40S

  • Applied Math 40S

  • Life/Work Planning 20S*

  • Life/Work Transitioning 40S*

  • Family Studies 40S*

  • World Geography40S*

  • Canadian Law 40S*

  • Career Development 40G*

  • First Nations, Metis, and Inuit Studies 40S*

  • Credit for Employment 40G

  • Volunteer Service Credit 41G

  • Reading is Thinking 10S*

  • ELA 10F*

  • Mathematics 10F*

  • Science 20F*

  • Visual Arts 40S*

  • Psychology 40S*


Admission Requirements

You are invited to apply if you meet all three of the following conditions:

  • · Have been out of high school for six months

  • · Will be at least 19 years of age by graduation

  • · Complete entrance assessments, registration, and interview

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