Students registering in ADLC courses are required to pay tuition and fees based on their age, province of residence, and the course selected.


Tuition and Fees for School-Aged Residents of Alberta*

Grades 1 – 9

  • Tuition – None.
  • Lesson Material Fees – Varies by course

Grades 10 – 12

  • Tuition – None.
    Lesson Materials Fees – Varies by course

Tuition and Fees for Out of Province, Federally Funded, and Adult Students

Grades 1 – 9

  • Tuition – $500 per course
  • Lesson Material Fees – Varies by course

Grades 10 – 12

  • Tuition – $100 per credit
  • Lesson Material Fees – Varies by course

*For the most accurate and up-to-date information on tuition and fees for ADLC courses, please refer to the course catalogue.

Financial Assistance for ADLC Students

Students who are neither Canadian citizens nor permanent residents (landed immigrants) are generally not eligible for funding through the Alberta Government. Exchange students and international students are encouraged to contact us before registering in courses.

School-aged students in Alberta may be eligible for funding from other sources:

  • A school district can put students on an authorized home education program. For more information, contact your local school or school district office.
  • Students attending an accredited high school in Alberta may be eligible for some funding for distance education courses. For more information, check with the principal or guidance counsellor at your school.
  • First Nation or Métis Nation students who have official treaty status and live on a reserve may be eligible for funding through the First or Métis Nation educational offices. Check with your local office for details.

If you’re an adult learner looking for more information on funding assistance, please visit our Continuing Education/Adult Upgrading section.

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