Mature Student High School
Duration/Start: Various dates
Credential: MSHS Diploma
Open the door to a world of exciting careers by upgrading your skills or earning your Mature Student High School Diploma. We have small class sizes and focused one-on-one instructor attention, with a schedule that fits your needs in either our day or evening programs.
Need to finish high school? Need to improve your grades? Missing a prerequisite for post-secondary studies? Been out of school for a long time? Our program is for you!
We have 2 locations to serve you, in Brandon and Dauphin:
In Brandon at 725 Rosser Avenue, our day program core subjects such as Mathematics and English run on a semester system (September 7, 2016 and January 30, 2017 starts) while our electives are quarterly ( September 7, November 14, January 30 and April 10).
Evening classes are Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:00 to 7:00 pm and 7:00 to 9:00 pm beginning September 6, 2016 and January 31, 2017. Evening classes run until June 8, 2017.
In Dauphin at 520 Whitmore Avenue, classes run on a semester system which begins September 6, 2016 and January 9, 2017 and ends May 5, 2017. There is one spring session offered May 8 to June 2, 2017.
Our programs have lots of learning options to meet your needs. Students have the ability to earn dual credits that count for both high school and college credit provided a pre-set percentage is attained. Our classes are small, with focused one-on-one instructor attention.
To graduate with a Mature Student High School diploma, students must and earn a total of eight credits, four of which must be at the Grade 12 level. Grade 12 English and Grade 12 Mathematics being mandatory. To enroll, students must be out of high school 6 months or more.
To graduate with a regular high school diploma, students must complete 30 credits, including four Physical/Health Education credits.
Students that have successfully completed high school credits from another institution can use them towards getting their Mature Student High School diploma which may reduce the number of credits that is required to receive a diploma.