​Our school offers options to suit our students’ unique learning needs, interests and abilities. All of our courses follow the Alberta Programs of Study​

Complementary Courses

Creative Writing & Publishing 15/25/35

Students will create their own texts, and follow those texts through the editing, publishing and marketing processes. Students will also explore the processes and conventions of publishing and marketing creative writing. Prerequisite: Creative Writing 15 or 25

Journalism 15/25/35

The Journalism courses provide students with the opportunity to explore, create, and reflect through journalistic media. In this course students evaluate the impact, responsibility and ethics of media in society, develop skills in creating texts for diverse audiences, and collaborate to contribute and problem solve in the context of creating media texts, and learn by setting goals and reflecting throughout the production process. Prerequisite: Journalism 15 or 25

Forensic Science 25/35

Students will explore the use of basic forensic concepts and technologies to solve crimes. Concepts may include the collection and analysis of evidence from crime scenes and the principles of fingerprinting, breathalyzers, polygraphing, and DNA analysis. A major component of the course is the analysis of real crimes and crime scenes. Prerequisite: Science 10 or 14

Psychology 20/30

Students explore views on abnormal behavior, examine different mental health disorders, and learn about research methodology in psychology. Students will also examine the roles and responsibilities of government, as well as legal and ethical responsibilities in the field of Psychology. Prerequisite: None


Yoga 15/25/35

Students will progressively learn a variety of Asanas (postures), breathing techniques, and meditations. As students advance in the program, they will study alignment, anatomy and learn to build complimentary sequences. Students in all levels of yoga will relieve stress, and explore how balance and yoga contribute to their sense of wellbeing. Prerequisite: Yoga 15 or 25

Please refer to the Registration Guide Attachment on the link to the right

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