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Organization: Ottawa-Carleton District School Board - Ottawa - Urban Aboriginal Alternate High School Program - Alternate Programs  
Phone Numbers: 613-746-6328
Fax: 613-746-2083
Email: communications@ocdsb.ca
Website: www.ocdsb.ca
Address:
c/o Ottawa-Carleton District School Board
133 Greenbank Rd
Ottawa, ON
K2A 3P3
Street
Address
:
Albert Street Education Centre
440 Albert St
Ottawa
 
Intersection: Bronson Ave and Slater St
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm, Sep-Jun
Executives: Brett Reynolds - Principal
Jennifer Adams - Director of Education and Secretary of the Board
613-721-1820
Contacts: Anne McKillop-Ostrom - Coordinator
Lindy Mertick - Office Administrator
Service Description: High school credits are obtained in lifeskills, academic classes and cooperative education. Students can obtain work experience while obtaining high school credits. Academic classes are taken on an independent study basis. Students have the opportunity to take compulsory courses and can complete all credits required for their Ontario Secondary School Diploma.

Fees: None
Application: If you have withdrawn from school you can call for an appointment * if you are registered in an OCDSB secondary school you should apply through your school
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Students who reside within the Ottawa-Carleton District School Board's jurisdiction, having difficulties with the regular curriculum and require an educational experience outside of regular high school.

Students 16 years and over may attend if:
* they are now in school but are not benefiting from their programs;
* they have dropped out of school and wish to return;
* they left school to work and wish to return to complete diploma requirements;
* they desire on-the-job experience to obtain future full-time employment or start an apprenticeship.
* they want a friendly and personalized approach to learning.
Languages: English
Area(s) Served:
Ottawa  
See Also: Academic Upgrading

This information was last completely updated on April 10, 2017

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