Wilderness Experience Program (WE)
The Wilderness Experience program is offered at PAS North. This program runs one day a week, and the students work towards two credits per semester.
The WE program offers students the opportunity to learn about and participate in outdoor adventure and sports, aboriginal ceremonies, field centre exploration and environmental education.
POST-SECONDARY PATHWAY PREPARATION:
Students interested in the following post-secondary options, would enjoy and benefit from the WE program.
- Aboriginal Studies
- Environmental Education
- Health and Fitness
This program offers two themes for each semester. You can download the program brochure, here.
Recreation and Geographic Exploration
- PAD3O Outdoor Activities
- PLF4C Recreation and Fitness Leadership
- CGT3E Geographer's Toolkit
- PAD4O Outdoor Activities
Aboriginal Studies and Environmental Education
- NDA3M Current Aboriginal Issues in Canada
- CGR4M The Environment and Resource Management
- NDW4M Issues of Indigenous Peoples in a Global Context
- SVN3M Environmental Science
Classes run Thursdays 9-12 and 1-3. Optional lab time is available upon request.
Community partners and destinations can include:
Students in the WE program have the opportunity to be recognized with the Community Spirit or Greenest in Class awards.
Our students have gone on to post-secondary studies in Environmental Stewardship and Fitness.
The Wilderness Experience program has been the subject of action research to determine the program's success. Results of this research showed an increase in credit accumulation and improved attendance for students in WE.
For more information on the Wilderness Experience program at PAS North, please contact Guidance at 905-455-1225.