The most recent issue of CFS (Catholic Family Service) Newsletter cover photo is that of the Never To Late Grads taken on August 21, 2020.
Due to the pandemic, 11 students registered in the Never Too Late spring program resumed their learning online. An outdoor Graduation Ceremony was sponsored by Calgary West Rotary Club and hosted by Grace Church.

The Never Too Late program at Catholic Family Service provides no-cost academic, social and emotional support to adult learners who want to complete their GED (General Education Development or high school equivalency). Learning occurs in community with a cohort of students who share the same dream: to become a high school graduate.

Never Too Late learners receive 3-4 hours of instruction, twice a week, from qualified educators, with access to volunteer tutors outside of class time. Classes provide a safe, fun, and positive learning environment, while the Never Too Late Coordinator works side-by-side with participants to identify and overcome any barriers to completing their GED. The results: improved self-esteem, confidence, participation in community, and higher success rates for adults who write the GED exam.

Read the full newsletter here.