French Immersion: All French Immersion students will continue to attend school in Lacombe. Busing will be provided.
Enrolment at ÉSLCHS:
- In the process of contacting ÉSLCHS grade ten and eleven parents (approximately 239 students) via email and phone calls to ensure parents have a clear understanding of the enrollment process. If you haven’t heard from me by december, reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org
- These discussions will allow for a preliminary understanding of student numbers and interest in option programming.
- Currently, close to 100 Blackfalds students attend Lacombe Outreach School.
- IRSC has been designed to house an Alternative Learning Program that will accommodate students who will not remain as LOS students.
- Separate entrance to the school.
Options Courses: Programming will be determined through enrollment, and feedback on interest. Options are not limited to high school students alone. Junior high students from Iron Ridge Junior Campus will also have access to these programs, creating a seamless educational journey. So far we’ve had interest in the following:
- Computer Sciences/Multimedia
- Sports Performance
Programming Feedback Form: The week of November 6, students from IRJC, ÉLCHS and LOS will be sent a Google Form via Powerschool Announcement to collect further feedback for option courses.
Central Alberta Collegiate Institute: Providing a bridge between high school and post-secondary education, this partnership will enable our students to earn college credits while still in high school, giving them a head start on their educational journey and a competitive edge in the job market. The Central Alberta Collegiate Institute is a partnership between Wolf Creek Public Schools, Red Deer Catholic Regional Schools, Red Deer Public Schools, Chinooks Edge School Division, Red Deer Polytechnic, Olds College, CAREERS: The Next Generation. See the embedded photo for more information.
Green Certificate courses are not sequential. They may be taken in any order. Each Green Certificate course is coded as a 33 level course and all credits earned in Green Certificate courses count toward Grade 12 requirements.
See Program Listing HERE