Holland College Adult Education is for those who wish to upgrade academic marks or obtain a credit to get into a program of choice.
- Learn in a supportive and friendly environment and get closer to accomplishing your goals!
- Complete and upgrade high school credits.
- Prepare to write the GED exam.
- Attend during the day or evening.
- Applicants must be graduated from high school or 18 years of age
- There is no tuition cost if you are a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident, thanks to our funding partners
GED Preparation – The GED Preparation class helps you prepare for the GED exam by providing a general review of basic academic skills. Subjects include writing, social studies, science, literature and mathematics. The GED exam gives adults who have not graduated from high school the opportunity to earn a high school equivalency certificate.
Anyone interested in GED must first write the Official Practice Test, free of charge. To sign up for a practice test in Charlottetown and East, contact Sharon Campbell at 902-566-9628, [email protected].
In Summerside and West, contact Susan Williamson at 902-888-6495 or email
High School Credits – You can acquire high school credits or upgrade existing marks to meet the admission requirements of post-secondary institutions, or to complete requirements for the PEI High School Graduation Certificate for Mature Students.
For the 2021-2022 school year, Adult Education will be offering a day program and night program with an earlier start date in September. There will also be more delivery options for students regardless of location or schedule.
Night classes will have two terms with start dates on August 23, 2021, and January 10, 2022. These will be offered in an online format. This is a great option for the full-time worker who wants to be able to attend classes but is restricted due to a current work schedule.
The day class program will have three terms with start dates on September 7, November 22, and February 14. This program will offer both in person and online options for all credits. In person classes will be held at Holland College locations in Charlottetown, Summerside and West Prince.
The GED program is offered as an in-person program at four locations of Holland College in Charlottetown, West Prince, Summerside and Georgetown.
For further information, contact Karen Ford-Doyle, Academic Advisor, at [email protected] or 902-566-9362.
Holland College Adult Education locations:
Prince of Wales Campus, Charlottetown, Montgomery Hall, 305 Kent Street
Contact Karen Ford-Doyle at 902-566-9362 or email [email protected]
Montague Centre, 500 Main Street, Montague
Tel: 902-838-4026 Fax: 902-838-3518
West Prince Campus, 509 Church Street, Alberton
Tel: 902-853-0024 Fax: 902-853-6041
Waterfront Campus, 98 Water Street, Summerside
Office Admin: Susan Williamson – [email protected], 8:30 to noon.
Tel: 902-888-6495 Fax: 902-888-6402
Souris Centre – Main Street Plaza, Souris
Morell Centre, 25 Sunset Cr., Morell
Scotchfort Centre – Chapel Building, 24 Redstone Dr, Scotchfort
Abegweit First Nation Adult Education Program
For more information, call Linda Fraser at 902-676-2353 ext. 102