ADLC Closure

ADLC will permanently close after the 2020-21 school year. View full details

Course Completion

Your course is completed after your ADLC teacher assigns your final mark. This is a manual process that requires time for the teacher to complete.

You will receive an email confirming that your course has been completed. The email will contain your final mark and a comment from your ADLC teacher. The email will be sent to the student email address listed in the SIS.

Once your ADLC teacher completes your course grade, you will lose all access to your course in Moodle. However, if you have completed a course for which you can write a diploma exam you will be able to access your course in Moodle for another 6 months after the completion date.

You can still access your marks in SIS in the Gradebook.

ADLC reports grades directly to Alberta Education immediately after the ADLC teacher completes your course. Completed high school courses will appear on your Detailed Academic Report (DAR) and on your Official Transcript. You can access all high school marks/credits with Alberta Education through myPass.

For successful completion of your course, you must satisfactorily meet the outcomes of your course by:

  1. Completing all assignments to the best of your ability. Incomplete assignments will be returned unmarked.
  2. Achieving a satisfactory mark on the final exam. If your final exam mark is below 40% or more than 25% lower than your course average before the final exam, your teacher has the discretion to use your final exam mark as your final course mark.
  3. Achieving a final course mark of 50% or higher.

Withdrawal Process

Students can discuss withdrawing from their course with their teachers, counsellors or principals at their school.

Withdrawn courses will appear on your Detailed Academic Report (DAR) but not on your Official Transcript; you can access this report and can order transcripts on myPass.

Textbook Returns

Textbooks purchased from ADLC may be returned for a partial refund. See our Refund Policy and speak to your school for further information.