secondary Night school has been cancelled

Unfortunately, due to low enrollment, Night school for secondary students has been cancelled

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We have a number of locations and outreaches across Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Please note that not every course is offered at each location. Please see individual course pages for details.

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News & Updates

Culinary Arts – An Introductory Class Starts March 28
March 7, 2023
Culinary Arts – An Introductory Class
Pink Shirt Day – Lift Each Other Up
February 22, 2023
Pink Shirt Day
Teacher Led eLearning Adult Secondary School (Dec 6-Jan 31)
November 17, 2022
Teacher Led eLearning
Student Mental Health Parent/Guardian Newsletter – Winter 2022
November 16, 2022
Student Mental Health Parent/Guardian Newsletter – Winter 2022
Safe Drinking Water
November 16, 2022
Water Testing Results

Upcoming Events

National Day for Truth and Reconciliation
National Custodial Workers’ Recognition Day
World Teachers’ Day
Happy Thanksgiving - School is Closed
Child Care Worker and Early Childhood Appreciation Day
PLAR Session (Earn multiple credits in only 6 weeks) (Oct 23-Dec4)
Culinary Arts – An Introductory Class (Oct 23-Dec 4)
Dress Purple Day

About our School

Welcome to St. Charles Adult and Continuing Education. St. Charles is pleased to be an integral part of your educational journey. Since 1985, St. Charles has established a tradition of delivering exceptional programs for adult students.

St. Charles provides opportunities for adults in completing a high school diploma, English as a Second Language, Academic Upgrading, Employment Training programs in Personal Support Worker and Culinary Arts, and General Interest courses. We have many programs that meet your goals and provide opportunities through different methods of delivery.

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HWCDSB Anonymous Bullying Reporting Tool

The HWCDSB encourages all incidences of bullying to be reported to the school principal. Recognizing that some individuals may not feel comfortable with direct reporting, the HWCDSB has set up a safe and anonymous way to report bullying. Students, parents/guardians and Catholic school community members can use the HWCDSB Anonymous Bullying Reporting Tool.

Bullying Prevention, Intervention and Follow-up PlanClick here to start the Reporting Tool→