Academic Upgrading at Greenstone Campus (Longlac)

Improve your skills for employment, apprenticeship, college preparation, or to earn your grade 12 equivalent. Upgrade your skills in our Academic Upgrading – Literacy and Basic Skills program! 

Serving the communities of Aroland First Nation, Animbiigoo Zaagi’igan Anishinaabek, Beardmore, Bingwi Neyaashi Anishinaabek, Biinjitiwaabik Zaaging Anishinaabek, Caramat, Geraldton, Ginoogaming First Nation, Jellicoe, Longlac, Long Lake #58 First Nation, MacDiarmid, Nakina, and Orient Bay 

Academic Upgrading

Top Highlights 

  • Learn in an adult atmosphere 
  • Continuous intake – start whenever you are ready 
  • A flexible schedule lets you learn at your own pace and around your busy life 
  • Study during the day, in the evening, or online
  • Take only the courses you need to meet your personal goals 
  • FREE! – Costs are 100% funded by the Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development – Employment Ontario
  • Computer loan program available  
  • Childcare and transportation support available for those who qualify

The Academic Upgrading program can help you: 

  • Upgrade math, English, science, or computer skills 
  • Prepare for a postsecondary program or an apprenticeship 
  • Improve your job opportunities and employment skills 
  • Obtain your high school equivalency certificate

Improve your future! Take that step and register today!

Contact Information:  

Nicole Thomson, Professor & Coordinator - Greenstone (Longlac) 
P: (807) 475-6406 
E: [email protected] 

Lea Oberle, Academic Services Assistant 
P: (807) 876-2694 
E: [email protected] 


Academic Upgrading Program – Literacy and Basic Skills, Greenstone Campus 

98 Indian Road, PO Box 788
Longlac, ON

For more information see the Greenstone webpage.


Funded by:

employment Canada



My experience in academic upgrading has been nothing short of amazing! ~ Andrea - Read More

I had to do a mature student assessment and I was able to do the upgrading program … ~ Thornton - Read More