Our school offers options to suit our students’ unique learning needs, interests and abilities. All of our courses follow the Alberta Programs of Study. 
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CTF Technology (Robots in Our Lives)

Robots have quickly become an accepted, and sometimes controversial, part of our everyday lives from exploring the ocean floor to performing surgery. In Robots in Our Lives, students will study how robots have integrated society, research their use and plan and construct a robot designed to perform a specific function. All students will be expected to make a final presentation to the class.

Leadership / Service

This option class is designed to have students in grade 7-9 to focus on building and improving the school community. As a leadership student, you will have many opportunities to discover your personal leadership style, and learn teamwork. These skills can be applied on a person basis, in peer groups, family, and in school. Students who take leadership will develop, refine and model their communication, conflict resolution and critical thinking skills. Leadership students will participate, plan and execute whole school activities that strengthen our school community. Possible themes to be covered may include: bullying prevention, mindfulness, mentorship, global citizenship, volunteerism in local community, social justice, and team building.

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CTF Technology (Robots in Our Lives)

Robots have quickly become an accepted, and sometimes controversial, part of our everyday lives from exploring the ocean floor to performing surgery. In Robots in Our Lives, students will study how robots have integrated society, research their use and plan and construct a robot designed to perform a specific function. All students will be expected to make a final presentation to the class.

Leadership / Service

This option class is designed to have students in grade 7-9 to focus on building and improving the school community. As a leadership student, you will have many opportunities to discover your personal leadership style, and learn teamwork. These skills can be applied on a person basis, in peer groups, family, and in school. Students who take leadership will develop, refine and model their communication, conflict resolution and critical thinking skills. Leadership students will participate, plan and execute whole school activities that strengthen our school community. Possible themes to be covered may include: bullying prevention, mindfulness, mentorship, global citizenship, volunteerism in local community, social justice, and team building.

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