Table of contents High school locations
and attendance areas
High schools with designated
Making choices about your
high school career.....................................1
Choosing a high school .............................2 Harry Ainlay
J. Percy Page
Finding your way around ..........................3
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Choosing courses Queen Elizabeth
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My high school plan ..................................4 167 AVE 167 AVE
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Alberta high school Victoria AL
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diploma requirements ..............................4 W.P. Wagner T
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Sample plan ..............................................5
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Honours programs ....................................6 Specialized high school YELLOWHEAD TRAIL
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programs without Learning Store
International Baccalaureate (IB) designated attendance at Circle Square Amiskwaciy
Advanced Placement (AP) areas:
Alberta School Edmonton
French Immersion .....................................6 for the Deaf
S TONY PLAIN RD Centre High Argyll
Core courses Amiskwaciy Academy Vimy Ridge
Argyll Centre Jasper Place
English Language Arts ............................... 7 Learning Store at Old Scona Metro
Braemar West Edmonton Mall Academic Learning Continuing
Social Studies ............................................. 8 Centre High
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Strathcona Whyte Avenue
Mathematics .............................................. 9 Edmonton Christian Alberta School W.P. Wagner
for the Deaf
Science ..................................................... 10 L.Y. Cairns L.Y. Cairns
Physical Education ................................... 11 Learning Store at Blue Quill
Learning Store at Harry Ainlay Christian
Off Campus Education ............................ 12 Circle Square
J. Percy Page
Career and Life Management (CALM)..... 12 Learning Store at
Londonderry Lillian Osborne Store at
Skill Centre .............................................13 Blue Quill
Learning Store at ANTHONY HENDAY DR
Knowledge & Employability ..................14 West Edmonton Mall
Learning Store on
Awards, scholarships and bursaries ........15 Whyte Avenue
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Summer School .......................................15 Metro Continuing
High school beyond the third year .........16 Millwoods Christian
Old Scona Academic
Post secondary .......................................17 For more information on specialized high school programs
Vimy Ridge Academy available Edmonton Public Schools, visit www.epsb.ca.
to high school at Edmonton Public Schools
Mapping out your future is a big deal. Using this guide to plan your high
school studies will get you to where you want to go. The choices you
make today will help you to achieve your goals, discover your interests,
and develop the skills you need to succeed in school and in life.
Making choices about your
high school career
Your high school choices should be based on your goals, capabilities, interests
and achievements. You’ll enjoy school a lot more if you’re studying subjects you
Over the next three years, you’ll discover program pathways that lead toward
university entrance, college or technical schools, and some that support a
transition directly to the working world. Be sure to discuss your options with
your parents, teachers and school counselor before making any decisions.
· Keep track of the courses you’re considering on the worksheet provided
· If you plan on attending college, university or a technical institute after
high school, make sure you’re familiar with entrance requirements for
the institutions you’re considering.
· Details on post secondary institutions in Alberta are listed in this guide
Here’s what you need to know before applying to your preferred
high school. Be sure to have other options in case you aren’t able
to attend your ﬁrst choice of school.
The deadline to submit your registration form or enrolment passports to your preferred
high school is April 15. If you aren’t selected to attend the high school of your choice,
you are able to attend your designated attendance area high school or any other school
with remaining space.
· If you haven’t pre-enrolled by April 15, you may have limited options for available
· If the available space at a school is limited, student applicants from outside the designated
attendance area will be chosen by a random selection conducted by district administration.
· Student course selections are conﬁrmed only after the random selection process is completed.
· If you are currently enrolled in a language immersion or bilingual program, you are
guaranteed admission to high schools that offer continuity of programming.
· Every attendance area high school offers International Baccalaureate or Advanced
· You can ﬁnd a list of high schools and their optimal enrolment limits at 2Na + Cl
· Contact the high school in your neighbourhood or your preferred high school for
Finding your way around
CREDIT SYSTEM PREREQUISITES
To receive credits in a course, you must achieve a mark of 50%. · You must successfully earn a grade of at least 50% in a
Each course is assigned a credit value based on hours of instruction given course to proceed to the next course in a sequence
(usually 5 credits) as determined by Alberta Education. (for example, Social Studies 10-1 to 20-1 to 30-1).
· One high school credit is equal to 25 hours of instruction time. · If you do not meet the 50% requirement (40-49%) in English 10-1
· Credits can only be earned once in any course. or 20-1, Social Studies 10-1 or 20-1, Mathematics 10C or 10-3, or
· A grade of 50% must be obtained to proceed to the next course Science 10, you may elect to repeat the course.
in the sequence. · In some cases you may continue on to the next higher level in an
· Most Grade 11 and 12 courses require prerequisite courses. alternate course sequence (for example, from Social Studies 10-1
to Social Studies 20-2). If you successfully complete the next higher
In order to graduate from high school in three years, you are expected level course, you will be granted credits in the prerequisite course.
to meet course requirements and earn credits equivalent to:
· 40 credits in Grade 10 CHOOSING COURSES
· at least 35 credits in Grade 11 There are hundreds of courses offered at Edmonton Public Schools
· at least 30 credits in Grade 12 high schools, so you have a ton of options to choose from!
Supplement your core courses with electives that interest you – take
COURSE NUMBERING the opportunity to explore the many options available at your high
Courses are arranged in sequences, and are assigned course numbers school. When planning your high school program, remember to:
that indicate both grade level and the level of academic challenge. · choose core courses ﬁrst (English, Social Studies, Mathematics
If there is more than one course sequence offered within a subject and Science, plus Physical Education in Grade 10)
area, it will be indicated by the last digit of the course number · add options to meet the credit requirements at each grade level
(for example, English 10-1, 20-1 and 30-1 or English 10-2, 20-2 (don’t forget CALM in Grade 11)
and 30-2). · use the planning worksheet on the next page to double check 2
· Grade 10 courses are indicated by course numbers that start recommended and required course loads
with the number 10 (for example, 10-1, 10C and 14) Ultimately, the courses you choose must meet the requirements
· Grade 11 courses start with the number 20 for an Alberta high school diploma. So choose wisely!
· Grade 12 courses start with the number 30
My high school plan ALBERTA HIGH SCHOOL
Earn a minimum of 100 credits AND complete
the following courses:
It’s your turn to choose! Take what you learn · English 30-1 or 30-2; and
· Social Studies 30-1 or 30-2; and
in this guide and use it to make informed
· Mathematics 20-1 or 20-2 or 20-3; and
decisions about your high school program · Science 20 or 24 or Biology 20 or Chemistry 20
or Physics 20; and
over the next three years. · Physical Education 10; and
· Career and Life Management (CALM 20); and
Earn 10 credits, in any combination, from:
CHECKLIST · Career and Technology Studies (CTS)
❑ Make sure your plan meets Alberta high school · Fine Arts
diploma requirements and fulﬁlls your personal · Languages
goals and interests. · Physical Education 20 and/or Physical Education 30
· Registered Apprenticeship Program (RAP)
❑ Choose courses that are compulsory to your · School-speciﬁc courses
present program. · Knowledge & Employability courses; and
Earn 10 credits in any 30-level course (in addition to
❑ Schedule compulsory courses that you were unable English and Social Studies), in any combination, from:
to take previously or have to repeat. · 30 level Mathematics, Science, Fine Arts,
Languages, CTS, or Physical Education and/or
❑ Decide on option courses to complete your program. · 30 level locally developed course (learn more
about these course options through your high school)
❑ Ensure that you have the necessary prerequisite and/or
requirements for each of your course selections. · 35 level Work Experience and/or
· 35 level Registered Apprenticeship Program (RAP)
❑ Keep future successes in mind: consider post and/or
secondary admission requirements and employability. · 30-4 level Knowledge & Employability courses
Provincial exams are required in English 30-1 and 30-2,
❑ Be realistic in your planning! Social Studies 30-1 and 30-2, Mathematics 30-1 and
30-2, Biology 30, Chemistry 30, Physics 30 and Science
❑ Talk about your choices with your parents and teachers. 30. Final marks in these courses represent a blend of
If you still have questions, seek out the advice of a school mark and provincial exam mark.
school counselor or administrator. More info: education.alberta.ca
Plan your high school program to guarantee you will meet your goals for the future.
This sample plan provides you with a sense of the basic requirements for an Alberta
high school diploma.
Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12
COURSE CREDITS COURSE CREDITS COURSE CREDITS
English 5 English 5 English 5
Social Studies 5 Social Studies 5 Social Studies 5
Mathematics 5 Mathematics 5 30/35/30-4 level course: 5
Science 5 Science 5
Physical Education 5 CALM 5 30/35/30-4 level course: 5
Option: 5 Option: 5 Option: 5
Option: 5 Option: 5 Option: 5
Option: 5 Option: 5 Option: 5
TOTAL CREDITS TOTAL CREDITS TOTAL CREDITS
Grade 10 students must register with a Grade 11 students must register Grade 12 students must register
minimum of 40 credits. with a minimum of 35 credits. with a minimum of 30 credits.
If you are considering an
honours program or are Honours programs
continuing your studies in Many high schools offer honours programs designed to provide challenging, high level classes that
French Immersion, the course will prepare you for success in your post secondary studies. Enrolment in an honours program will
affect the choices you make regarding your course load, so check in with your high school to learn
path you take might differ
more about it.
from that of a regular high
Advanced Placement enables students to write International Baccalaureate Diploma provides excellent
school program. challenging internationally recognized examinations in preparation for university or college. It helps students to
order to receive advanced standing at North American develop an inquiring mind, a sound base of knowledge
Check in at your high universities. The following schools offer the Advanced and a strong work ethic. IB qualiﬁcation is internationally
school to learn more before Placement program: recognized and accepted by more than 100 universities
· Eastglen worldwide. The following schools offer the International
planning your courses. · Jasper Place
Baccalaureate Diploma program:
· Harry Ainlay
· Millwoods Christian
· J. Percy Page
· Queen Elizabeth
· Jasper Place
· Lillian Osborne
· W.P. Wagner
· M.E. LaZerte
More info: www.ap.ca
· Old Scona Academic
· Ross Sheppard
More info: www.ibo.org
French Immersion allows you to continue your French Immersion studies at the high
school level. You’ll have the opportunity to achieve international language certiﬁcation
and recognition upon graduation. Enrolment in French Immersion will affect the
choices you make regarding your course load, so check in with your high school learn
more about it. The following schools offer French Immersion programming:
· Harry Ainlay
· Ross Sheppard
English Language Arts English Language Arts courses
are required in Grades 10, 11
Everyone needs to know how to read and write, but English is so much more! There are and 12 and every student must
two aims of the high school English Language Arts (ELA) program: to provide you with an complete English 30-1 or 30-2
understanding and appreciation of a broad range of texts, and to enable you to use language
effectively for a multitude of purposes. ELA focuses on six areas of language arts: listening, to graduate.
speaking, reading, writing, viewing and representing.
Language Arts 9* English 10-1 English 20-1 English 30-1
English 10-2 English 20-2 English 30-2
* A minimum grade of 50% is required.
There are two main course sequences in English:
In each course sequence, you can expect to have English 10-2, 20-2 and 30-2 allow you to improve
thought-provoking discussions about a range of your grammar and sentence-building skills through
genres (including novels, ﬁlms, short stories, poetry, a variety of assignments in functional, creative and
plays, non-ﬁction and much more). Both sequences analytical writing. Similar to the -1 course sequence,
allow you to engage with the English language in students will engage with a wide range of texts but
meaningful ways and will open many doors down the there will be less emphasis on literary analysis.
road. It is important to talk to your counselors to make
sure that your chosen course sequence is opening the Both course sequences meet diploma requirements
doors you need it to. and require that you write a diploma exam upon
completion of the 30 level course. Not all post
English 10-1, 20-1 and 30-1 revolve around how you secondary institutions accept English 30-2 for
engage with texts and how you express yourself after entry, so make sure you’re familiar with entrance
you have. Students who take this course sequence requirements for the institutions and programs
will spend much of their time studying, creating and you’re considering.
analyzing a variety of complex literary texts.
Social Studies is learning
about the world around Social Studies
you, and what could be The goal of the Social Studies program is to promote a sense of belonging and acceptance as you
more relevant than that? engage in active and responsible citizenship. The program has a strong focus on Canadian and
Alberta history, and you will become involved in your own learning by asking questions, sharing
Social Studies is an
ideas and understandings and working with others.
essential course in
Grade 10, 11 and 12,
and every student Social Studies Social Studies Social Studies
Social Studies 9*
10-1 20-1 30-1
Social Studies Social Studies Social Studies
10-2 20-2 30-2
* A minimum grade of 50% is required.
There are two main course sequences in Social Studies:
Social Studies 10-1, 20-1 and 30-1 allow you Both courses meet graduation requirements and
to examine the relationships among globalization, require that you write a diploma examination upon
citizenship and identity to enhance skills for completion of the 30 level course. However, the
citizenship in a globalizing world. expectations for Social Studies 10-1, 20-1 and 30-1
are more challenging – particularly in areas of concept
Social Studies 10-2, 20-2 and 30-2 is a course
development, critical thinking and skill development.
sequence that explores historical aspects and the
relationships among globalization, citizenship
Mathematics With so many practical
applications in everyday
When it comes to math, it’s important to choose courses
life, it’s no wonder that
appropriate to your abilities, interests and future goals. a minimum of 10 credits
Your previous math marks will also help to indicate
(two 5 credit courses) in
which courses are most appropriate for you.
Mathematics are required
Mathematics 20-1 Mathematics 30-1
to earn an Alberta high
Math 9 Mathematics 10C* Mathematics 20-2 Mathematics 30-2
Mathematics 10-3 Mathematics 20-3 Mathematics 30-3
* A minimum grade of 50% in Math 9 is required.
There are three main course sequences in Mathematics:
Mathematics 10C (Combined) This course is the Mathematics 10-3, 20-3 and 30-3 prepare you for
starting point for both -1 and -2 course sequences, and entry into the majority of trades and for direct entry
will prepare you for entry into post secondary programs into the work force. Topics include algebra, geometry,
that may require math. You must have 50% in Grade 9 measurement, number, statistics and probability.
Math to enter this course.
Mathematics 31 is an advanced mathematics
Mathematics 20-1 and 30-1 prepare you for entry course that prepares you for post secondary programs
into post secondary programs that require the study that recommend or require calculus as an entrance
of calculus. Topics include algebra, measurement, requirement. If you’re considering Math 31, you’ll
relations and functions, trigonometry, permutations, need to take Mathematics 30-1. Math 31 is also
combinations and binomial theorem. offered in AP and IB programs.
Mathematics 20-2 and 30-2 prepare you for post
secondary studies in programs that do not require the
study of calculus. Topics include geometry, measurement,
number and logic, logical reasoning, relations and
functions, statistics, and probability.
After Science 10, you can
choose to take Science, Science Biology 20 Biology 30
Biology, Chemistry or Physics Science courses provide you with facts,
depending on your interests, principles and concepts to give you a Chemistry 20 Chemistry 30
better understanding of the world
abilities and future goals.
You’ll need to complete at Physics 20 Physics 30
least one of these courses at SCIENCE
the 20 level in order to obtain Science 9* Science 10 Science 20 Science 30
a high school diploma.
Science 14 Science 24
* A minimum grade of 50% is required.
Science 10 is the prerequisite for all Chemistry 20 and 30 are the study Science 20 and 30 are ideal if you
the academic sciences. This course of matter and its changes, and are interested in science and plan to
provides you with a uniﬁed view of emphasize the context of science by use the program for post secondary
the biological, chemical, physical and considering the interrelationships entrance. Science 20 and 30 integrate
earth sciences and an awareness of among science, technology and concepts related to physical, biological
the connections among them. The society. You are given an opportunity and Earth sciences.
four topics covered are energy and to explore and understand the natural
Science 14 and 24 are general
matter in chemical change, energy world and to become aware of the
programs that allow you to meet the
ﬂow in technological systems, cycling profound inﬂuence of chemistry on
credit requirements for an Alberta
of matter in living systems and energy your life.
high school diploma. Students with
ﬂow in global systems.
Physics 20 and 30 are the study of 50-59% in Grade 9 Science can take
Biology 20 and 30 explore the matter and energy and their interac- Science 10 Transitions, which includes
interactions of living systems with one tions. This program considers the Science 14 in the ﬁrst semester and
another and with their environment, interrelationship between science, Science 10 in the second semester.
and emphasize the context of science technology and society. Physics 20 An Alberta High School diploma
by considering the interrelationships and 30 will help you understand the requires a minimum of 10 credits
among science, technology and physics principles behind natural (two 5-credit courses) in approved
society. In Biology 20, the underlying events you might experience and the science coursework.
theme is energy and matter exchange. technology you use in your daily life.
In Biology 30, the emphasis is on
adaptation and change.
Every student must complete
Physical Education Physical Education 10 in
All students should lead a healthy and active lifestyle, and a great way to start
order to graduate.
is through a physical education class. Daily active living is the theme of the entire
Physical Education program, and is explored through four main outcomes:
movement activities, health beneﬁts, interacting positively with others and
Physical Physical Physical Physical
Education 9 Education 10 Education 20 Education 30
Physical Education 10 is a part of the requirements for a high
school diploma. Phys Ed provides you with the knowledge,
skills and attitudes necessary to lead an active, healthy lifestyle.
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) instruction is also included.
Physical Education 20 and 30 are optional courses, and involve
increased exposure to life skill activities, leadership experience
and ofﬁciating knowledge.
Off-Campus Education is
a partnership of schools, Off-Campus Education
employers and students Work Experience 15, 25 and 35 provide students Registered Apprenticeship Program (RAP) allows you to
that supports and enhances with the opportunity to explore possible careers and work as an apprentice to earn credits toward a high school
obtain credits for work completed. You’ll get to apply diploma, hours toward becoming a registered apprentice
learning. You’ll get to explore the knowledge and skills you learned in school in in one of Alberta’s 50 designated trades and a competitive
a workplace environment. One credit is earned for wage on top of all that!
career interests and abilities every 25 hours of experience. Students enrolled
Earn 5 credits for every 125 hours, to a maximum of
and expand on potential in Work Experience courses may be paid by the
40 credits or 1000 hours. When you graduate, you’ll
employer at the employer’s discretion.
already have a head start towards competing your
pathways into the workplace.
ﬁrst year technical training.
More info: www.tradesecrets.alberta.ca
CALM aims to help you
develop communication Career and Life
and career planning skills,
and you will learn to make
well informed, considered CALM 20 provides students with the skills necessary
to cope with the stresses of living in our rapidly
decisions in all aspects
changing society. The course is organized
of your life. This course around three main themes:
· self-awareness and health
is required to obtain an
· independent living
Alberta high school diploma. · career and life choices
Students will participate in independent
assignments, group projects and discussions.
Guest speakers may provide information on
a wide range of health and wellness issues.
Skill Centre The Edmonton Public Schools
Skill Centre lets you gain
The Skill Centre makes it easy to transition to apprenticeship training, college, university or
real world experience with
the workplace after you graduate. Register through any district high school to take Skill Centre hands-on career courses that
courses for one semester, in morning or afternoon sessions. Check out the programs currently
you won’t ﬁnd at most high
schools. In these courses,
Aerospace and Aviation Foundations of Health Sciences you’ll gain so much more than
Develop hands-on skills in aircraft maintenance in Learn hands-on skills in the health care ﬁeld.
areas of power plants (engines), structures (airframe Look to a future career in acute care and long-term high school credits — you’ll
and skin), avionics (electronics in aircraft) and ﬂight care or other ﬁelds with strong communication and
develop the skills you need to
theory. Open up possibilities in many technical areas interpersonal skills. You may choose to immediately
of aviation or other ﬁelds that require mechanical pursue a career in health care, or study further in start building your future.
awareness and aptitude. You may choose to pursue related post secondary programs.
further study in Canadian Aviation Maintenance
Programs at NAIT or other post secondary schools Engineering Tech
across Canada. Engineering Tech activities involve problem-solving,
creativity, curiosity, and a certain degree of technical
Culinary Arts and business knowledge. Some of the potential
Gain the know-how and conﬁdence to pursue future career paths include engineering technologists,
careers in foods studies by developing skills as a technicians and many others. You will study areas
beginning commercial cook. This program is matched including robotics, pneumatics, mechanical systems,
with ﬁrst period apprenticeship to enable interested electrical control and systems, CNC machines, and
students to challenge the exam at the end of the CAD. This knowledge will prepare you for collaborative
Grade 12 course. work on team projects such as an F1 model car for
international competition or a hovercraft in Grade 12.
More info: skillcentre.epsb.ca
English 10-2 English 20-2 English 30-2
Employability Language Arts 9 English 10-4 English 20-4 English 30-4
Earning a Certiﬁcate of High School Achievement
Knowledge & Employability courses give you the
opportunity to learn through hands-on, activity-based, SOCIAL STUDIES Social Studies Social Studies Social Studies
on and off campus experiences in an occupational setting. 10-2 20-2 30-2
Take advantage of community partnerships to better
prepare you for employment, further studies, active
citizenship and lifelong learning through:
· mentorship Social Studies Social Studies
Social Studies 9
· job shadowing 10-4 20-4
· ﬁeld trips
· guest speakers
· work experience courses
These courses are intended for you if: MATHEMATICS Mathematics Mathematics
· you plan on completing a Certiﬁcate of High School Mathematics 30-3
Achievement and entering the workplace, rather than
achieving a high school diploma
· your goals for the future include succeeding in school
to become better prepared for the workplace
Math 9 ELA 10-4 ELA 20-4
· you achieve your greatest success through experiential
You may transition successfully from Knowledge &
Employability courses to other high school courses to
achieve an Alberta high school diploma, or to training SCIENCE
opportunities and continuing education that includes some Science 14 Science 24 Science 20
colleges and apprenticeship programs. You will achieve a
Certiﬁcate of High School Achievement when you complete
80 credits in an combination of Knowledge & Employability and
other courses, or an Alberta high school diploma if you meet
the requirements listed on page 4. Science 9 Science 10-4 Science 20-4
There are many opportunities
Awards, scholarships for high school students to
earn awards, scholarships or
and bursaries bursaries. And not only for
achieving top marks!
Each high school offers school-speciﬁc awards to eligible members of its student
body in recognition of outstanding accomplishments, contributions and achievements.
Many of these awards are for academic excellence, but there are many more that
reward achievement in athletics, citizenship, leadership or service.
In addition to awards offered by individual schools, Edmonton Public Schools offers the
following to high school students:
Michael A. Strembitsky Award of Excellence rewards gold ($1,000), silver ($500) and
bronze ($250) medals and cash awards to Grade 12 students who are completing their
schooling and who best exemplify excellence in personal, social and academic endeavors,
among other established criteria.
Alexander Rutherford Scholarship for which students may earn up to $2500 towards
their post secondary education based on high school marks.
More info: www.alis.gov.ab.ca/hs/fo/scholarships/scholarships.html
Summer School at Metro allows you to complete a 5-credit high school course within four
weeks! Choose from a variety of 10-, 20- and 30- level subjects to upgrade your marks or
create more ﬂexibility in your regular school year timetable. Summer School courses are open
to students who need to upgrade or complete their high school diploma for post secondary
pursuits. Registration dates and details are on the Metro Continuing Education website.
More info: metrocontinuingeducation.ca
Argyll Centre offers correspondence and online courses as a ﬂexible programming alternative
for summer learning. To register, call Metro Continuing Education at 780-428-1111.
More info: argyll.epsb.ca
Need help ﬁnancially?
There may be funding available to help
High school beyond
you complete your high school education.
If you are under the age of 20 and living
on your own, you can apply for funding
the third year
to help cover living expenses while
you’re going to school. After you turn There’s more than one way to complete high school. If a traditional three year plan to high
20, you can apply for bursaries to help school completion isn’t working for you, explore some of your other options for success at
cover the cost of tuition and books.
Edmonton Public Schools.
Contact our Student Services Advisor
at 780-917-5067 for more info. Talk to someone at your school or one of our Program Liaisons about creating a ﬂexible
learning plan that ﬁts with your learning style and lifestyle.
Argyll Centre Outreach programs
Program Liaisons Online and off-line programs for high school Available at ﬁve Learning Store locations across
Our Program Liaisons are available to students, including home-based education plans, the city. Learning Stores provide one-on-one
help you explore your options at any on-site courses and enrichment opportunities. teaching assistance in academic and career
one of the sites listed on this page. 6859 – 100 Avenue NW and technology courses.
Call to learn more. 780-465-1299 outreach.epsb.ca
email@example.com Learning Store at Blue Quill
argyll.epsb.ca 284 Saddleback Road
587-988-3218 Centre High Campus firstname.lastname@example.org
email@example.com 4th and 5th year high school programming that
Learning Store at Circle Square
South Edmonton includes academic upgrading, post secondary
Suite 224, 11808 St. Albert Trail
Lisa Lemoine partnerships and career preparation.
780-965-5752 2nd Floor, 10310 – 102 Avenue NW firstname.lastname@example.org
Learning Store at Londonderry
2nd Level South, Londonderry Mall
(137 Avenue & 66 Street)
Metro Continuing Education 780-457-3467
Academic and enrichment programming for students email@example.com
of all ages, including part-time evening or weekend Learning Store at West Edmonton Mall
high school upgrading and diploma exam preparation. Store 1043, West Edmonton Mall
8205 – 90 Avenue NW 780-443-8072
firstname.lastname@example.org Learning Store on Whyte Avenue
metrocontinuingeducation.ca 10007 – 82 Avenue NW
Admission requirements vary by post secondary institution. Check out each institution’s website for
comprehensive and up to date entrance requirements, registration deadlines and program content.
Post secondary institutions in Alberta:
UNIVERSITIES COLLEGES PRIVATE UNIVERSITY
Athabasca University, Athabasca Augustana College, Camrose COLLEGES
Grant MacEwan University, Alberta College of Art and Design, Alliance University College,
Edmonton Calgary Camrose
University of Alberta, Edmonton Bow Valley College, Calgary Canadian University College,
University of Calgary, Calgary Fairview College, Fairview and
St. Albert locations Concordia University College,
University of Lethbridge, Lethbridge
The Banff Centre, Banff Grande Prairie Regional College,
Grande Prairie DeVry Institute of Technology,
Keyano College, Fort McMurray
TECHNICAL & TRADE King’s University College,
INSTITUTES Lakeland College, Vermillion
Northern Alberta Institute of Lethbridge Community College,
Nazarene University College,
Technology (NAIT), Edmonton Lethbridge
Southern Alberta Institute of Medicine Hat College,
St. Mary’s University College,
Technology (SAIT), Calgary Medicine Hat
Mount Royal College, Calgary
Taylor University College and
NorQuest College, Edmonton Seminary, Edmonton
Northern Lakes College, Grouard Prairie Bible College,
Old College, Olds Three Hills
Portage College, Lac la Biche
Red Deer College, Red Deer Note: There are a number
of private non-afﬁliated
Rocky Mountain College, Calgary
colleges throughout the
province which may offer
courses that are transferable.
More info: www.education.gov.ab.ca
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