Who can participate?

Individuals in the Treaty #3 territory are eligible to pursue course upgrading or their Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) with Seven Generations Education Institute. Some restrictions apply. Contact us to find out more.


In order to earn an OSSD, students must complete a minimum of 30 credits, including 18 compulsory credits. Students also need to satisfy the provincial literacy requirement and complete 40 hours of community involvement. Through SGEI, students can take courses to prepare for the workplace, college or university. Students can also take advantage of opportunities to earn credits through cooperative education or dual credit courses.

If you need your OSSD for work or if you require prerequisites to attend a post-secondary college or university program, our teachers can help you create a path to the credits you need.

With our Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR) program, you could be on the fast track to earning high school credits. PLAR is the process by which you can earn credits toward your Ontario Secondary School Diploma for education, training, life, and/or work experience that you have acquired outside of school. Ask your teacher how PLAR can help you achieve your high school diploma.

Secondary School Locations

SGEI provides Ontario secondary school programming and course upgrading in the following communities:

  • Wauzhushk Onigum First Nation
  • Washagamis Bay First Nation
  • Wabigoon Lake Ojibway Nation
  • Wabauskang First Nation
  • Seine River First Nation
  • Rainy River First Nations
  • Nisaachewan Anishinaabe Nation
  • Nigigoonsiminikaaning First Nation
  • Naicatchewenin First Nation
  • Mitaanjigamiing First Nation
  • Lac Seul First Nation
  • Fort William First Nation
  • Eagle Lake First Nation
  • Couchiching First Nation

If your community is not listed, please reach out regarding alternative delivery locations. To apply to SGEI’s Secondary School, see below.

Adult Education Locations

Seven Generations Education Institute, in partnership with Keewatin-Patricia District School Board (KPDSB) provides Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) programming in the following communities

  • Sioux Lookout
  • Kenora
  • Red Lake
  • Pickle Lake
  • Ignace
  • Dryden

To apply to the KPDSB-SGEI Adult Education Partnership program:

Apply Online

  1. Fill out the form below.
  2. Hit “submit” at the end of the form.
  3. You’re done! We will be in touch with you soon.

Print a PDF

  1. Print this form or pick up a copy at your SGEI community classroom.
  2. Fill out the form.
    • If you require help, a teacher can assist you in filling it out.
    • Bring a piece of photo ID, such as a status card, and your most recent high school transcript.
    • If you do not have a high school transcript, we can request it for you.

Need Help Applying?

Submit your contact information here and we will contact you to assist you in completing your registration via phone or email.

Register Online

Please note that we are not currently accepting high school applications. We will reopen our application starting June 20, 2024. Summer school will start the first week of July.