Academics

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Academics 2017-09-06T08:06:36+00:00

Our programme

We believe that education should provide our students with teachings, experiences and values which will develop personal qualities such as self-reliance, cooperation, generosity, honesty, and respect for others and for the environment.

Elementary

Our Elementary School features a large gymnasium, twelve classrooms, kitchen, library, and outdoor play areas. Our qualified team of committed and nurturing teachers utilize a variety of activities to meet the individual learning styles of each student.

Primary

The core subjects are given below. In addition to these, time is made available for project work, scientific investigation, use of the library and introduction to computers.

  • Language arts
  • Mathematics
  • Social studies
  • First Nations culture & language
  • Music
  • Physical education

Intermediate

The core subjects are given below. In addition to these, time is made available for project work and use of the library.

  • Language arts
  • Mathematics
  • Social studies
  • First Nations culture & language
  • Science
  • Computers
  • Music
  • Physical education

High School

Recently built in 2009, our High School was designed to provide a bright, welcoming environment for our High School students. Our facility features a metal & woodwork shop, computer lab, kitchen, library, music room, eight classrooms, and one Young Parent’s Daycare centre. During your child’s time with us they will learn:

Junior

All students are required to pursue the following courses:

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • Halq’eméylem
  • Social studies
  • Information technology
  • Fine arts (including music, art, woodwork, & metalwork)
  • Physical education
  • Planning

Senior

The following options are available providing a sufficient number of students enrol:

  • English 11, English 12
  • English literature 12
  • Math 11, Math 12
  • Halq’eméylem
  • Biology 11, Biology 12
  • Chemistry 11, Chemistry 12
  • Physics 11, Physics 12
  • Socials 11, History 12, Geography 12
  • First Nations studies 12
  • Information technology 11, Information technology 12
  • Fine arts 11, Fine arts 12
  • Physical education 11, Physical education 12
  • Correspondence courses and on-line learning for subjects not taught in the regular curriculum.