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Lambton Kent District School Board
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Adult & Continuing Education
Our Adult and Continuing Education staff are happy to support learners in upgrading their skills and knowledge and/or working toward their Ontario Secondary School Diploma.  The Chatham John N. Given Learning Centre is open to learners beginning September 8.  The Sarnia Alternative and Continuing Education Centre is open beginning September 14.  Learners are strongly encouraged to call or email to make an appointment.  Everyone attending either centre will be expected to self-screen​ for COVID-19 symptoms and wear a mask.   

For more information, please contact 

Recent graduates will be able to pick up their diplomas in late September.  Check back for updates.  In the mean time, if proof of graduation is required then you may send a request for an official transcript to  
New Location for Sarnia Site
The Sarnia ACEC has moved to 340 Murphy Road, the site of Great Lakes Secondary School.  The facility is located in the north east corner of the building on the second floor and will be accessed by the building entrance at the north east corner.  Limited parking is available at the north end of the building.  Learners who require the use of an elevator are asked to enter the school at the main entrance facing Murphy Road. 

The Adult & Continuing Education Program at the LKDSB offers a number of programs for those wanting to continue or complete their education. Please call the nearest office to make an appointment to discuss your options: Sarnia: 519-383-8787 or Chatham: 519-354-6100 

​Sarnia Office:
340 Murphy Road
Sarnia, Ontario
N7S 2X1
Phone: 519-383-8787
​Chatham Office:
92 Churchill Street
Chatham, Ontario
N7L 3T5
Phone: 519-354-6100
Fax: 519-354-6269

Programs offered for ages:
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​​International Language
Elementary Ministry of Education funding is available for community groups who would like to initiate after school Heritage Language programs for elementary school-aged children. Contact either Alternative and Continuing Education Centres listed above for more information.

​Summer Semester
Summer Semester may offer secondary new credit courses, remedial elementary, coop and adult education. Courses vary in length and begin early in July. More information is available at​.