Registration Info

Welcome to the Adult High School's registration information page for Fall 2020! Adult High School is open to residents of the City of Ottawa who are 18 years of age or older, at the time you begin your registration. 

REGISTRATION UPDATE: It has been a busy start! Thank you to all students who have reached out to the school to register. Guidance counselors continue to work hard at reaching out to students.

Please note moving forward that as of Monday, September 14, 2020 that classes for quadmester one (Sept - Nov) are full. Any new registrations being processed through Guidance Counselors are looking at classes for quadmester two (Nov to end Jan) only.

If you are a newcomer to Canada and require English testing, we are currently taking names of students interested but have not appointments scheduled. We are happy to take your name and contact information and be in touch when we open up additional sessions. 

If you have yet to register and are interested, please follow the information below.  

1. If you have previously attended the Adult High School, or another High School anywhere in Canada, please complete this on-line registration form. Once you have submitted your on-line registration form, you will receive an email shortly after, with further instructions.                               اضغط الرابط لمئ استمارة التسجيل

1- Haddii aad hore uga quybagalin Dugsiga Sare ee Dadka Waaweyn ama Dugsi Sare oo Kale meel kasta oo Kanada ah, fadlen buuxi foomkan isdiiwaangelinat on-line (  waxaad helindoonta emayl waxyar kadib, oo leh timaamo dheeriadhah.

2. If you are a newcomer to Canada and/or have NEVER attended a High School in Canada, please call 613-239-2707 to speak with a member of the office staff or, email to request an appointment.    2- Haddad ku cusubtahay Kanada ama / Marna aan weligaa uga qaybgalin Dugsi Sare oo Kanada ah, fadlan wac 613-239-2707 si aad ulaa hadashid xubin kamid ah shaqaalaha xafiiska, ama emayl u dir ( si aad u codsatid ballan.

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Newcomers to Ontario

Please do not bring your children to your registration appointment. 

A Study Permit from Citizenship and Immigration Canada is required if you are not a permanent resident. Contact the Ottawa-Carleton District School Board (phone: 613-721-1820) Admissions & Enrolment Department, 133 Greenbank Rd to apply for a Study Permit.

If you have questions about the Ontario School System, go to to read about the school system.

 The information is available in 17 languages!

Do you want to study in the evening or at summer school?
Call Continuing Education at 613-239-2325

Do you want to study ESL, LINC or Academic Upgrading?
Call 613-239-2737 or 613-239-2297

Do you want to study online independently? Go to:

There is limited parking available at the school.

Click here for bus schedules and routes.


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