EBUS takes over Adult Ed

Beginning this school year, EBUS Academy will be taking responsibility for Continuing Education in the eastern communities.

  • Sep. 24, 2013 5:00 a.m.

Beginning this school year, EBUS Academy will be taking responsibility for Continuing Education in the eastern communities (Fraser Lake, Vanderhoof, Fort St James) of Nechako Lakes School District.

EBUS Academy has experience in providing adult programming across the province, so the school district said it seemed a natural fit for the online school to take on Continuing Education.

Prospective adult students can still drop by the existing Continuing Education classrooms in in all three communities to learn more about both online and face to face programming options. Continuing Education is offered to all graduated and non-graduated adults to either complete a graduation program or to provide specific subject upgrading.

To find out more, please drop by a centre in your community or visit the EBUS website at www.ebus.ca.

Centre hours are posted or available by calling the EBUS front office at 1-800-567-1236.

Brian Naka, EBUS Principal and Dave Anderson, EBUS Adult Education Advisor will welcome Jolene Webb (Fraser Lake), Bernie LaRusic (Vanderhoof), and Barb Bailey (Fort St James) to the EBUS team.

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