Night School

Night school will be offered in a remote learning format.  Students will be contacted by their teacher about programming.

Semester Two 

February 10, 2022 to May 17, 2022

Classes: Tuesdays and Thursdays (6:00 pm to 9:30 pm)

Grade 11 Courses  Grade 12 Courses

BTA3O - Information and Communication Tech, Open


OLC4O - Ontario Literacy Course
ENG3U - English, University   ENG4C - English, College 

HRT3M - World Religions, College/University  

ENG4U - English, University
IDP3O1 - Interdisciplinary Course for Athletes - Open HRE4M - Religion, College/University

MBF3C - Foundations for College Math  

HHS4U - Families in Canada, University  
MCR3U - Functions, University  HHS4C - Families in Canada, College 
SBI3C - Biology, College 
MDM4U - Data Management, University 
SBI3U - Biology, University

MCV4U - Calculus and Vectors, University 


SCH3U - Chemistry, University 

MHF4U - Advanced Functions, University 


SPH3U - Physics, University MAP4C - Foundations for College Math  
NBE3U1 - English: Contemporary Aboriginal Voices, University SBI4U - Biology, University    
  SCH4C - Chemistry, College  
  SCH4U - Chemistry, University
  SPH4U - Physics, University
  SPH4C - Physics, College  
  BOH4M -Business Leadership College/University

Click on this link for Course Descriptions and Prerequisites

Semester Two

February 10, 2022 to May 17, 2022

Classes: Tuesdays and Thursdays (6:00 pm to 9:30 pm)
Note: There will be no classes during the March Break (March 15 and March 17)

IDP3O - Interdisciplinary Course for Athletes - 11 Open

Interdisciplinary course for athletes is designed for elite student athletes who are participating in an athletic endeavour and wish to obtain and NCAA scholarship: they will earn an interdisciplinary Credit IDP3O1 preparing them for the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT or the American College Test (ACT).  

Night School Cooperative Education 

Semester 2: February 10, 2022 to May 24, 2022 

A two-credit cooperative education program will be offered at night school to allow students to earn credits through in-person or virtual placements that are scheduled during evening hours.  Night school cooperative education is contingent upon placement availability. Co-op is available to students who:

  • Are currently enrolled in day school and are 16 years of age or older;
  • Are returning students who wish to complete their O.S.S.D.;
  • Require a 2 credit co-op to fulfill the requirements of a Specialist High Skills Major (SHSM) Program.

In addition to registering for Night School (on line or through your guidance department) students must fill out the Registration package for the Co-op Program which is available below or through your guidance department. 

Night School Cooperative Education Application Form 

*Students must also complete the Night School Registration Form below.

Registration - Non-DCDSB

Prospective students must complete the application form by clicking on the registration form below.  Submit a copy of the application form to your Guidance department for approval.  The signed form and a status sheet or transcript can then be sent to us via fax:  905-438-0571 or email:

For students no longer attending a Secondary School who have their OSSD -  you must complete the application form and return along with a transcript or status sheet to: 

Email:    OR    Fax:  905-438-0571

Please ensure that an accurate email address is provided for communication purposes as Continuing Education will send email updates regarding night school.  

Non-DCDSB Registration Form

Registration for DCDSB students

Please see your Guidance Counsellor to register for Night School classes.

Cancelled Courses

Please check this page regularly as it will be updated if courses are cancelled.  Bookmark this page for quick reference.

FEE * There is no cost for night school classes.

Contact Us

For more information contact our Oshawa Campus 905-438-0570 or