Find answers to questions commonly asked by students of Adult Education Centres. If you need more information, we encourage you to check out our Student Services and Resources pages. If you have additional questions, submit them through our convenient contact form or give us a call.
Contact the school to check for our walk-in hours at 204‑589-9852. Provide transcripts of previous education, if possible. Most new students will need to write an assessment of skills in mathematics and English to help placement at the appropriate grade level. The assessment process will take 1 1/2 to 2 hours.
Yes. You can choose to complete the 30-credit diploma or you can register for the Mature Adult High School Diploma. The Manitoba Department of Education and Training recognizes both diplomas.
AEC has no tuition or registration fees. Students must be Canadian citizens, landed immigrants or permanent residents.
Contact the school where you last earned credits or get your transcript from Manitoba Education. Manitoba Education charges a small fee for this service.