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Attain a Grade 12 standing with Lakeland

Starting this fall, adults can take Grade 12 courses at Lakeland College’s Lloydminster campus.

Through Adult 12 an adult may attain a Grade 12 standing in the province of Saskatchewan by earning seven credits, with a minimum of five credits at the 30 level.

“Lakeland continuously strives to be a community leader. By providing programs such as Adult 12, we are empowering citizens and highlighting our unwavering focus on leading learning, no matter where students are at in their academic journey,” says Raelean Hickson, continuing education coordinator.

The program debuts this fall with two courses running from September until January 2018. English is on Monday and Wednesday evenings and Math is on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. Each course constitutes a total of 90 hours of face to face, in class instruction.

“This is terrific for the community,” says Larry Sauer, program supervisor. “Not only are we providing an avenue for citizens to complete Grade 12 courses, we are helping ensure a future ripe with opportunities as they transition to post-secondary studies.”

Learn more about Adult 12 courses during a program information session on Thursday, Aug. 24 at 6:30 p.m. in Room 1017 at the Lloydminster campus. The Adult 12 program is available to students 19 years of age and older who have been out of school for a minimum of one year. For course selection and/or more information visit lakelandcollege.ca/adult12.
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