Night School

Night School Co-op is available for students aged 16 and over and provides a pathway to graduation. Currently, the only Night School course available is Co-operative Education. Registration for Night School Co-op is offered twice a year (once a semester) and is offered at all Adult & Alternate Education Centres. It is important to note that Night School Co-op will only run if there are sufficient registration numbers.


There are two options to register for the Night School Co-op program:

What You’ll Need

If you are a new student, please bring the following paperwork and documentation:

  • Proof of Citizenship (i.e. Canadian Birth Certificate, Canadian Passport, Canadian Citizenship Card, etc.)
  • Photo Identification (Driver’s License, Health Card, etc.)
  • Original Transcript From Your Previous School. We can help you get a copy if you are unable!

Course Availability

Night School Co-op is only available at all Adult & Alternate Education Centres.

Night School Cooperative Education Program
Do you have a job? Do you want to earn a credit for doing your job? Paid or unpaid, earn a credit for doing a job which interests you!

Dates: February to June 2024
Credit Requirements: 110 Hours – 1 credit OR 220 Hours – 2 credits

Registration deadline is Friday, February 16, 2024.

The Course is divided into 3 parts:
Part 1: Pre-Placement
There are 10 required pre-placement hours. This is done through an online Live Meeting format, and Google Classroom. There will be a minimum of 3 classes you MUST attend via the online format. You will obtain and complete the required paperwork for the course. You will be taught employment practices and standards.
Part 2: Hours & Journal 
You must log 100 hours at your placement for 1 credit and 210 for 2 credits. You can track your hours through log sheets or by submitting paystubs with your hours to your teacher. Regular journals and other assignments will also be a part of the program.
Part 3: Culminating
You will complete a culminating assignment to complete your credit(s). There are several options available to choose from to suit your learning style.

To Re-cap what you MUST do to obtain the credit:

  • Attend 3 pre-placement classes online
  • Access Google Classroom for assignments and resources
  • Submit pre-placement paperwork: WEA, WHMIS, resume, cover letter, etc.
  • Submit log-sheets or pay-stubs totalling 100 or 210 hours, journals and assignments
  • Submit a culminating assignment