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Book a Learn@Home Registration Appointment

​Review the Eligibility Requirements (below) prior to booking a registration appointment.

Note:  Students who have attended a publically funded secondary school during the current semester are not eligible for Learn@Home.

 Eligibility Requirements for Your Appointment

What to bring to ALL registration/re-registration appointments:
 
You must bring;
 
¨ One piece of government ID with a your photo (i.e. Driver’s License, Health Card)
¨ Proof of Canadian citizenship – it MUST be one of the following
o   Birth Certificate
o   Birth Registration
o   Canadian Passport
o   Landed Immigrant Papers
o   Canadian Citizenship Card
o   Permanent Resident Card
 
Social Insurance Cards do NOT certify citizenship and are NOT acceptable.
 
(Note: for persons born outside of Canada, we will require place of birth and date of landing in Canada for registration)
 
(Note: Provided ID must all be in the same name – if you have change your name you must bring legal proof of the name change)
 
It is recommended that you bring;
 
¨ a high school transcript/consolidated school report or status sheet from your last secondary school
¨ if you are preparing for post-secondary studies, you should bring a list of the pre-requisites for the program(s) you are hoping to work towards
 
Part-time secondary students MUST bring a letter from their home school verifying their part-time status.
 
Note – we cannot process your registration without the above documents.
 
PHOTO IDENTIFICATION MUST BE SHOWN PRIOR TO WRITING EXAMS
 
Eligibility Requirements:
 
Learn@Home students must;
 
¨ be a resident of Ontario,
¨ be a Canadian citizen or Landed Immigrant (Note: some exceptions apply for those on work or study permits),
¨ not be attending a publically funded secondary school,
¨ 21 years of age or older,
 
OR
 
are between 18 and 21 years of age and hold an Ontario Secondary School Diploma,
 
OR
 
are between 18 and 21 years of age and seeking “University” level correspondence courses,
 
(Note: students between 18 and 21 years of age who do not meet the above requirements must first seek permission from Durham Alternative Secondary School (905-579-1990) prior to registering with Learn@Home)
 
Exceptions;
 
·     Part-time secondary students between 18 and 21 years of age may be eligible with home school approval in writing.
·     Full-time Durham District School Board students with exceptional circumstances may be eligible.  Students must visit their home school guidance or talk to the home school administration prior to making a registration appointment.