Alternative Programs exist to assist students in a variety of ways. Courses are selected according to the individual needs of students determined by his/her counsellor and the Head of Alternative Programs.
Independent Learning Centre:
The ILC program benefits students who work best in an independent setting and have extenuating circumstances that keep them from attending a regular classroom setting. The students use Ministry based materials to complete their credits.
This program provides support to students that have experienced failure in one of the core compulsory credits at the Grade 9 or 10 level (English, Math, Science, Geography & History). Students must make a commitment to the program and will focus on the areas of the course( s) where gaps in learning
exist. Students must have a mark between 35- 45% to recover a credit.
A. Koene (department head)