Knowledge & Employability (K&E)

Knowledge and Employability Courses are for students who learn best through hands-on experiential learning activities. Meaningful connections between in-school learning and the community result in successful transition to the workplace and prepare students for responsible citizenship.

Course Credits

These courses are comprised of a series of 5-credit courses that relate to well defined occupational areas of specialization. Courses are numbered 10-4, 20-4, 30-4 (or 15, 25, or 35 for locally developed courses) and students progress through each course in sequence.

Central Memorial offers all academic Knowledge & Employability courses:

  • English 10-4; 20-4; 30-4
  • Social 10-4; 20-4
  • Math 10-4; 20-4
  • Science 10-4; 20-4

Complementary Knowledge and Employability courses are grouped into areas of specialization. Central Memorial High School offers the following courses:

  • Auto Mechanics
  • Art/Media Communications
  • Construction
  • Foods

Important Note | Students enrolled in K & E courses are working toward an Alberta High School Certificate of Completion. Informed parental consent is required prior to registering in K & E courses.


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