Registration fees and costs for textbooks vary from course to course.
There is a separate information sheet for each grade level. It lists the registration fees for each course, the required textbooks and prices, and where the textbooks can be purchased.
If you think you may be eligible for school board assistance with fees or texts you should contact your principal or guidance counselor. If a school board agrees to assist with the costs associated with your enrolment in the Correspondence Study Program, they must complete the section of the application, "Approval of Payment".
Students meeting the eligibility requirements to study by correspondence may seek assistance from a community service agency, a regional school board, or other office.
Contact the Coordinator, Correspondence Study, telephone 424-2452, to review these options.
The course enrolment fee must be paid by online system, personal cheque, money order, Visa or Mastercard.All payments are made to the "Minister of Finance".
If registering at the Correspondence Study office:
2021 Brunswick Street, 2nd floor, the registration fee may be paid in cash. Receipts are issued.
There is a no refund policy on all courses and textbooks. You can, however, exchange a course by transferring the registration fee from one course to another providing you exchange the course within three months of registering and before you send any assignments to your marker. The course guide must be in resale condition and you must provide an original receipt. .
Transferring the registration must occur within three (3) months of the initial course registration. A course transfer must occur before you send any assignments to the course marker. A course transfer will not be made if the student marks in the course manual. Think carefully about registering to study by correspondence.
Yes. The cost for textbooks is provided on the Courses & Materials page.
The usual reasons that enrolments are not processed immediately upon receipt by the Correspondence Study Program are: