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Central Programs & Services
"Students Do Well If They Can"
Secondary Programs
Central Programs and Services
Grade 10 to Grade 12
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This Program offers courses that are offered at our main Richter Street site.  These courses are designed for students who prefer to have teachers help set the pace of learning by setting personalized goals and support for each student while delivering curriculum that is related to students' individual interests and strengths.  Attendance is mandatory at set times and on a consistent basis.  This is a full tome program that runs from 9:15 to 2:30 from Monday to Friday. Students also have access to elective coursework in areas such as Home Economics and Foods, Applied Skills/Woodwork, Art and Physical Health and Education. This program is the best solution for students who do not learn well on their own, either because they lack motivation or the ability to learn course material on their own.

If you have any questions about this program, please contact Nathen Elliott @ (250) 870-5120


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At the Senior Learning Centres, we offer an alternate program for students in grades 10 - 12 who are typically over the age of 15.  This is a self-paced program, although some online courses can also be accessed through the Learning Centres. Students not currently enrolled or attending school can contact Nathen Elliott, Vice-Principal, at (250) 870-5120.  Students currently enrolled at their local school are referred to us by the administrators of that local school. Students can also be directed to a Learning Centre by the District Suspension Review Committee, or by the Director of Student Support Services. Students attend two hours daily and are assigned to either a morning or afternoon class.

If you have any questions about this program, please contact Nathen Elliott @ (250) 870-5120