Programs & Services - Adult & Online Learning - Overview

Adult and Online Learning

In addition to the standard Kindergarten to Grade 12 classes, New Westminster Schools is proud to offer a variety of Adult and Online Learning programs that also use the provincially prescribed curriculum. These meet the diverse needs for learners of all age levels and inspire success for every student. In today’s global conditions these programs provide new options to ensure students are able to live successfully in an ever-changing environment.

If you are an adult learner who wants to begin, continue or re-start your education, you can find at New Westminster Schools an opportunity to:

  • Complete your secondary school graduation
  • Upgrade for entry into post-secondary education
  • Build your English, Math, Science, Social Science & Information Technology skills through Adult Foundations
  • Choose from options for learning in scheduled classes, self-paced courses and on-line learning.

Choose the one option, or combination of options, that works best for you.

Adult Learning Centre

Academic Night School

On-Line Learning

Summer School

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It’s Official for 2018! New Westminster Schools is a place where students love to learn…

It’s Official for 2018! New Westminster Schools is a place where students love to learn…

Charting a course in a time of change: School trustees have renewed the Vision and Mission for New Westminster Schools that will guide and inspire the district into the future... more

A New Westminster Schools journey toward Reconciliation…

A New Westminster Schools journey toward Reconciliation…

From Pow Wow dancing to salmon feasts, and from smudges to traditional rites of passage --- students across the district are increasingly experiencing the living cultures of First Peoples.... more

A hidden child of the Holocaust: NWSS students meet a survivor

A hidden child of the Holocaust: NWSS students meet a survivor

For NWSS student Scotia Cookson, learning that a child risked death for the simple act of looking out a window speaks volumes about the darkest chapter of modern history... more