Our Program

Student Eligibility
Delta Access is available to all BC Residents free of charge. Graduated Adults (from any jurisdiction) may be subject to a $550 non-refundable fee. Tuition Free courses are listed here

International students are subject to a $900 non refundable tuition fee.  This is done in conjunction with school counsellors and school international liaison/coordinators.

Delta Access offers grade 10-12 courses only. Students wishing to take grade 8 and 9 courses should contact their school counsellor to discuss course options.

Students in Grades 10-12 may take an online course in addition to their regular studies in their school at no cost or can work towards the completion of their Dogwood Graduation certificate through the Delta Access Distributed Learning program. Students will work from home and come in to test centres to write exams (link to test centres page). Students will be assigned to an online instructor who will help them with questions and assess their course work. Contacting a Delta Access coordinator will give you the information you need to make informed decisions.

Students who are currently in school must have consent from their school counsellor to take a course so consult them first.  Adult students who do not currently attend school must provide proof of completed pre-requisites (e.g. report card or transcript). Students who cannot provide proof can contact Delta Community College at 604-594-6100 to make an appointment for an assessment (fee required).

Students who are under age 19 who have not yet graduated and who do not currently attend a BC school are required to contact Delta Community College for an advising appointment to set up their graduation plan.

If you are interested in taking an online course with Delta Access, please fill out the correct registration form here.

Once your registration form has been received, within a week you will receive an email with details  and further instructions. If you have a Hotmail account, this email maybe found in your junk folder.

How long do I have to complete a Course Online?
Courses run September to early August (end date announced in May) so the earlier you begin the more time you have to complete.   Students will not be able to extend course work from one year to the next.

Important Guidelines to follow as a Delta Access Student
It is your responsibility to remain ‘Active’ in your courses. This means you should be working consistently in your courses and submitting work at least once every two weeks.

Always make sure you maintain contact with your teacher either through email or phone. If you foresee being unable to submit work for more than 2 weeks, you should email your teacher and let him or her know. That way the teacher knows that you want to remain in the course.

Course repeats are not allowed at Delta Access. If you take a course and fail it, then you can re-enroll in the course, but no upgrades of any Delta Access courses are permitted.

**If you wish to withdraw from a Delta Access course, you must notify your teacher or the program coordinator Bill Tereposky (btereposky@deltaschools.ca) no later than July 15th or an “F” will appear on your report card.

**Students who withdraw from a course are not permitted to take that same course again with Delta Access for one year from the course start date.