We provide alternative education opportunities for students who are not successful in the traditional school setting, based on referrals by our secondary school principals. These students are served by dedicated teachers and support staff.

Students are provided with individualized, flexible programming based on their graduation needs, and are able to participate in:

  • Credit courses
  • Co-operative education
  • Community connections with various social service and health agencies in both communities
  • Volunteer hours needed for graduation
  • Certifications such as First Aid/CPR, Safe Food Handling, Smart Serve.
  • Recreation activities for physical education

For more information, contact your Student Success Teacher or school administration at your home secondary school.