PALC Registration for Semester 2 opens on January 10th!

Part time classes, twice a week. 

3:30-6:00 pm & 6:30-9:00 pm




Click here to view our Spring schedule


New students

Please fill out an adult registration form and email it, along with proper documentation, to 

Please make sure to email in ALL ID documents required. If documents are missing, this will delay your registration.

Use the subject line: PALC Spring registration

To avoid delay, please be sure that the attached documentation scans or photos are clear and that the registration form is complete. We cannot accept registrations without all required documentation. Please provide a school report card, or transcript to prove your previous completions if you are a new student. If you do not have any previous completions, you will be required to write an assessment before you are registered into a course.

There is a $25.00 assessment fee (Debit/Credit only)

If you require an assessment test, you will be emailed information on dates and times once your registration is complete. Assessment tests will take place in person. After you complete your assessment, our academic advisor will inform you with your English/Math level.  

You will receive an email confirmation of your class and your schedule. Due to the large number of registrations, please allow 3-5 business days for processing. 


Current students

Use the subject line: PALC Spring registration

Please email your legal first and last name, and mention the course and days you would like for your Semester 2 class. You are never automatically registered for the next Semester.

If you are not currently registered in a Semester 1 class, you will need to email in a registration form, and ID documents. 

 Please email in your registration to 


Student Fees: 

There is a $25.00 assessment fee. 

Most classes are free of charge to those with residency in BC.

Click here to view our student fees and information page.


Questions? Our secretary would be happy to help! 

Please call (604) 517-6286 or send an email to

If you need to come into the office, it is best to call ahead to make an appointment.