Choose the program that’s right for you:
Online Program (Teacher-Directed)
An asynchronous online program where a student works on their subjects at their own pace, under the guidance of a certificated teacher. This path leads directly to a full Alberta Education graduation certificate
Parents are expected to be in the home supporting and encouraging the student during the school day.
Teachers direct the program using Live Online lessons and the Canvas Learning Management System. They interact and assess subjects via live lessons, telephone, fax, Gmail, and work submitted. Teachers are available to help students at every step of the learning process.
Students are encouraged to attend live online lessons, they are required to regularly contact their teachers via Gmail, fax, or telephone regarding assignments, projects, or exams.
- A new regulation allows Online TD students to have 25% of programming be parent directed. This option is open to all students and is not considered a transition year. If you are interested in this option, please speak to your advisor or call our office.
The Shared Program (Traditional and Online) (DRAFT)
An asynchronous program where the student works under the guidance of a certified teacher.
Parents choose to direct some subjects and teachers direct others. Parents plan and direct programs for parent-directed subjects.
Teachers are responsible for delivering the content and assessing the teacher-directed subjects.
In teacher-directed subjects, students’ roles from online. Students interact with parents for parent-directed subjects.
- A new regulation allows Online TD students to have 25% of programming be parent directed. If you are interested in this option, please speak to your advisor or call our office.
Shared Program Info
Homeschooling (Traditional Parent Directed Program)
A program where the parents are responsible for the student’s program. A facilitator will help with setup and support and evaluate student progress.
The parent plans and directs their child’s educational program at home. Parents provide a program plan to the Facilitator.
Facilitator supports and supervises the program, providing a minimum of two home visits per year. Facilitators assist high school students with assessment, credit information, and career planning.
Students interact with parents for the entire program and receive support from their Facilitator/Teacher Adviser.
Each program offers:
- Support of your personalized program
- A comprehensive program for high school students
- A dedicated staff of experienced Alberta certificated teachers whose primary aim is to serve students and their families
- An Educational Program Plan checklist
- A dedicated office staff, Central Office staff, and Board of Trustees
- Group meetings in major centers of the province
- Personalized service by all program personnel
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