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Night School


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The Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board offers evening credit courses under the Ontario Secondary School curriculum guidelines. Parents and students should consult with their day school Guidance Counsellor regarding their course selections, prerequisite courses and diploma requirements. Course selections must be made in accordance with the Ontario Ministry of Education curriculum guidelines. You can earn one credit each semester at night school.​ Diploma requirements are listed on the Ontario Ministry of Education website.​

Night School 2020-2021


Semester 2 – WINTER – January 5 – March 30, 2021
VIRTUAL - Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 5:30 – 9:27 p.m.

Important Dates
Family Day – February 15, 2021
Midterm Report Card Distribution – February 17 or 18, 2021 - TBA
March Break – March 15 – 19, 2021
Final Assessment – March 25, 2021
Classes Finish – March 30, 2021
Final Report Card Distribution – April 1 or April 6, 2021 TBA

NEW – SPRING – April 6 – June 22, 2021
Tentative VIRTUAL - Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 5:30 – 9:27 p.m.
Spring 2021 Night School Graphic.jpg

DPCDSB Night School Credit Courses Flyer - Spring 2021
Adults and Recent Grads Night School Credit Courses Flyer - Spring 2021
PDSB/Private Night School Credit Courses Flyer - Spring 2021
DPCDSB Spring Night School 2021 Registration Form

Locations:
MISSISSAUGA LOCATION: St. Joseph S.S. & John Cabot C.S.S. (Virtual)
BRAMPTON LOCATION: Cardinal Leger S.S. (Virtual)

For more information about Secondary Night School: 

Phone: 905-362-0701 ext. 50016
Email: registeradced@dpcdsb.org
Address: St. Gabriel Adult Learning Centre, 3750 Brandon Gate Drive, Mississauga, ON   L4T 3M8

​Textbooks:

Students must have their own textbooks. Textbook information will be provided to students on the first night of classes.  While it is expected that you will purchase a textbook, there is no obligation to purchase via the textbook distributor.  Canadian School Book Exchange is a company which will be available for students to purchase textbooks. 

Information about ordering a textbook through the Canadian School Book Exchange  

To order a book, visit Canadian School Book Exchange Consignment.​

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