SNAEC offers adult education courses in a variety of subject areas from grades 10, 11 and 12.
Students at St. Norbert Adult Education Centre have the option of completing a Mature Student High School Diploma (8 credits) or taking upgrading courses in preparation for post secondary studies (if they already have a High School Diploma)
Mature Student Diploma Program
Eight Manitoba high school credits are required to earn a Mature Student Diploma.
Four credits must be at the Senior 4 (Grade 12) level and must include Math 40S and English 40S. The other four credits can be credits earned in grades 9 to 11. More information regarding the Mature Student diploma can be found at http://www.edu.gov.mb.ca/k12/docs/policy/mature/
To obtain a Mature Student High School Diploma, a student:
must be 19 years of age or over at the time of enrolment in school division/district or ALC programming directed at completing the Mature Student Graduation Requirements, or reach the age of 19 before completion of the course(s) in which he or she is enrolled;
must have been out of school six months or more, and out of school long enough for the class, of which he or she was last a member, to have graduated from Senior Years; and
must not have obtained a high school diploma.