Our Learning Environment

We are centrally located at 50B Broadway Avenue in Wawa, next to the Canadian Tire. We provide on-site computers and laptops in a quiet, friendly learning environment with staff willing to answer any question.

Programs and Study Modes

We offer a wide range of program options, including Secondary School Upgrading and College Prep, Independent Study, work-related Essential Skills, and general interest courses. Check out our Programs page.

Hours of Operation

We are open weekdays Monday to Thursday 9:00 am-4:00 pm and Friday from 9:00 am-12:00 noon until Thursday, July 25. We are closed for the summer and will reopen Tuesday, September 3.

Notre Environnement D’Apprentissage

Nous sommes situés au 50B Broadway Avenue à Wawa, à côté du Canadian Tire. Nous fournissons des ordinateurs et des ordinateurs portables sur site dans un environnement d’apprentissage calme et convivial avec du personnel prêt à répondre à toutes les questions.

Programmes et Modes d’Étude

Nous proposons une large gamme d’options de programmes, y compris la mise à niveau des écoles secondaires et la préparation à l’université, les études indépendantes, les compétences essentielles liées au travail et des cours d’intérêt général. Consultez notre page de programmes.

Heures d’Ouverture

Nous sommes ouverts en semaine du lundi au jeudi de 9h à 16h et le vendredi de 9h à 12h jusqu’au jeudi 25 juillet. Nous sommes fermés pour l’été et rouvrirons le mardi 3 septembre.

What We Offer at the Wawa Adult Learning Centre

Monday to Thursday

Ancestor Research for Beginners

You are welcome to use our site for personal ancestry research from Monday to Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Monday to Thursday beginning in September

Computer Support

Offered on a casual, drop-in basis.

Monday to Thursday

Programs We Offer

Learners attending our centre are often aiming at one of the goals of Employment, Apprenticeship, Secondary School Credits, Independent Studies, or Post-Secondary Preparation.

Monday to Thursday

Wawa Walls of History

The public is invited to drop in to browse our pictorial display of Wawa’s past, enjoy a digital presentation, and share stories. We focus on several areas of interest in Wawa, Hawk Junction, and Michipicoten River Village. Take a closer look at our hey-days in the late 50’s to 70’s!

Summer is a great time for relaxing and reading

Come in and find a book at the Wawa Adult Learning Centre 


Books on sale year round at the cost of $1 for paperbacks and magazines, or $2 for hardcover books.

Don’t delay – come in today!



Secondary Upgrading

Our Partners

An Ontario Trillium Foundation 2012 Grant for $34,400 was donated for new furnishings and equipment to provide a comfortable working and learning environment.