​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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Complementary Courses

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To help create a plan for success, graduation, and life beyond high school whether it be post-secondary learning, or directly to work.

The Bowness High School Course Guide Insert highlights program and course offerings like Advanced Placement, Pre-Engineering, Computer Science, and Commercial Foods/Culinary Arts, as well as the other complementary programs (CTS, Fine and Performing Arts, Personal Development, and Second Languages, and Off Campus Education). 

Important Course Request Information

Registration for Next Year Students

Grade 10 

Course selection will take place after our Open House and will be supported by our school counselors and Grade 9 teachers. Students will complete and submit the yellow course selection forms to their Grade 9 teachers before the end of January and will submit their course selections directly into PowerSchool. 

Grade 11 

Students must select 7 courses plus CALM 20 (7.5 courses). Please check to be sure that the correct course levels have been chosen and that prerequisites have been met.

Grade 12 

Students must select at least 6 classes and be on track for graduation. Please check to be sure that the correct course levels have been chosen and that prerequisites have been met.

*If you are planning on taking Summer School with Chinook Learning or CBe-learn, include that course in your list of courses. The course can be removed after completing the summer course.

CBE High School Information

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