Registrations for province’s new distant learning centre now open

The province’s new online school has now is accepting registrations.

Kindergarten to Grade 12 students who want to learn online can now begin registering for the province’s Saskatchewan Distance Learning Centre (Sask DLC) part-time or full-time.

As with in-person education, there is no cost for students under 22. Adult learners aged 22 and older can take Sask DLC courses as well and will pay tuition for each class.

Sask DLC has more than 180 online course options covering all core requirements for each grade, and including many exciting high schools electives such as Agriculture and Sustainable Food Production, Communications Media, Creative Writing, Drafting CAD, Financial Literacy, Hairstyling and Esthetics, Hockey Skills, Law, Mental Wellness, Photography, Psychology and Wildlife Management, among others.

Students who register with the school will be connected to their local school division, allowing students to access local supports and activities such as speech-language pathologists and educational psychology assessments.

School divisions will also provide student activities such as driver’s license training, graduation ceremonies and extra-curricular activities, including arts and sports.

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