Adult 12— Adult Basic Education
The Adult 12 program provides adult learners the secondary credit courses required for entrance into universities and polytechnics.
The Adult 12 credential is recognized by post-secondary institutions and employers and all 30-level classes meet the curricula requirements of the Ministry of Education.
Adult 12 Courses
A complete Adult 12 (secondary completion) consists of:
- English Language Arts A30
- English Language Arts B30
- One level 30 Canadian Studies course
- One level 20 or level 30 science
- One level 20 or level 30 mathematics
- Plus 2 electives at the 30 level (one credit may be granted for work experience)
Students who already have credits at the 20- or 30-level from other Saskatchewan schools can apply eligible credits toward their Adult 12 completion.
Credits earned outside Saskatchewan may also contribute toward Adult 12 completion.
Adult students are not required to have 10- or 20-level prerequisites before enrolling in 30-level classes, but the prerequisites are strongly recommended to ensure sufficient skill development for successful completion. CLB 8 is a pre-requisite.
Adult basic education program information
Textbooks are loaned to students while attending classes. Textbooks must be returned upon completion or leaving. Further registrations will not be allowed if there are financial holds related to missing materials.
Each campus has a daily limit for courses. A combination of evening and day courses in the same session may be taken only with approval from the program head. Students currently enrolled in LINC cannot register for daytime or evening courses.
- The entire Adult 12 program is available by enrolling in daytime classes.
- Applicants whose first language is not English may be required to provide evidence of language proficiency before being accepted.
- Attendance at the first night of classes is mandatory. Students are expected to attend all classes and write all exams.
- Classes may be cancelled if there are not enough students enrolled.
Contact us to arrange for an intake assessment, or to discuss program details.