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Lambton Kent District School Board
Every Student, Every Day
Continuing Education
For more information, please contact 

Please call to make an appointment to discuss options with staff at the nearest available office: ​Sarnia Office 519-​383-8787 or Chatham Office 519-354-6100. 

Programs available:


​For more information about virtual co-op, students 21 and under that are currently employed and require credits can contact:

Beau Douglas (Sarnia-Lambton)

Nicky Maxfield (Sarnia-Lambton)

Natalie McMullin (Chatham-Kent)​


Earn your Grade 12 diploma at your own pace, on a schedule that fits into your life.

We can help if:

  • you are 21 years of age or older

  • you need a high school diploma to get a job or continue your education

  • you have a family or job and need a flexible schedule

  • you want to improve your skills for job placement or advancement

Please bring a transcript with you when you come in. If you are under 18, you also need a permission form from your current high school. If you haven't been to school in a while, or your previous high school is far away, you can fill out a form to request your transcript be sent here.

Centre Hours (September to June)

​Centre Hours (July and August)

Monday to Friday 9am to 3:30pm​

​Tuesday to Thursday 9am to 3pm

​Monday Evening 5pm to 7pm

Self study list of co​urses

School Within a College (SWAC)

In collaboration with both Lambton College and St. Clair College, the LKDSB is pleased to offer two School Within a College (SWAC) programs. 

Each SWAC program offers senior students (aged 21 and under) the opportunity to enroll in both secondary school and college level courses, all of which are delivered on the college campus. This unique arrangement allows students the chance to experience life and learning in a college environment.

SWAC students learn from both secondary school teachers and College faculty.

  • Secondary school teachers help students work toward attaining Ontario Secondary School Diploma credits;

  • College faculty help students work toward attaining Dual Credits (a College level class that is recognized by both the secondary school system and the College).

Students can request more information on the application process from their home school Guidance Department or from the respective School Within a College (SWAC) program coordinators.

Lambton College
Janice Wranich

St. Clair College (Thames Campus)
Heather Burk​