What is alternate education?
Trillium Lakelands District School Board encourages lifetime learning for all ages. Students age 16 and over can earn credits or upgrade skills in any of our six Alternate Education and Training Centres (AETC).
Where is alternate education offered?
Trillium Lakelands District School Board - Alternate Education and Training Centres
Lindsay Alternate Education and Training Centre
230 Angeline Street South, Lindsay 705.324.5280
Bracebridge Alternate Education and Training Centre
57 Armstrong Street, Bracebridge 705.645.2646
Fenelon Alternate Education and Training Centre
21 Market Street, Fenelon Falls 705.887.3083
Gravenhurst Alternate Education and Training Centre
310 Muskoka Road South, Gravenhurst 705.687.5422
Haliburton Alternate Education and Training Centre
Victoria Street, Haliburton 705.457.4562
Huntsville Alternate Education and Training Centre
80 Centre Street, Huntsville 705.789.4764
For general information, visit the Alternate Education and Training Centre website at www.anewstart.ca
I want to earn my High School Diploma but the task seems too daunting!
You could be closer to graduation than you think! You could need as few as 4 credits to graduate with your High School Diploma if you are at least 18 years old, have been out of school for at least one year ,and started secondary school in Ontario prior to 1999. For more information please call 705.324.5280.
How do I apply for an alternate education program?
Please contact the AETC closest to you (see list above) for more information regarding upgrading your current education, earning your high school diploma, and/or gaining valuable employment skills, training, and qualifications.
What programs are offered?
- day school
- night school
- Summer school
- online courses
- maturity credits
- literacy basic skills
- co-operative education
- PLAR credits
- dual credit
- personal support worker