High School Students (Grade 10-12)

What type of high school learner is an ideal candidate to attend St. John Paul II Outreach School?

Outreach students are learners who find mainstream school challenging for a variety of reasons. St. John Paul II Outreach School program responds to students’ particular circumstances and its flexible and adapts to students’ diverse learning needs.

As a high school student am I required to attend classes daily?

Consistent attendance is recommended in order for students to experience academic success. Teachers will require students to remain in contact with them throughout the year.

How will my courses be offered?

Courses are offered both online and on paper.

What high school courses are offered?

  • Math 10-3, 20-3, 30-3, 10C, 20-1, 20-2
  • Science 10, 14, 24, 30 Biology 20, Science 20, Chemistry 20
  • English 10-1, 20-1, 10-2, 20-2, 30-2 • Social 10-1, 20-1, 10-2, 20-2, 30-2
  • Religion 15, 25, 35
  • CALM
  • Foods
  • HCS 3010/3000
  • Work Experience 15, 25, 35
  • Physical Education 10, 20, 30

Courses that are offered online through our divisional teachers include all 30 level core course offerings (Math, Science, Social Studies and English Language Arts). In order for a student to access these courses, they must be enrolled as a St. John Paul II Outreach School student and be taking an equal or greater number of credits with St. John Paul II Outreach School.

Am I required to take Religion?

For each year you are enrolled as a student with us, you will be required to take a religion class.

If I am enrolled in a course through the online divisional high school teachers, can I complete my coursework at St. John Paul II Outreach School?

This is recommended as St. John Paul II Outreach School remains open for students to access our building. The teachers here can and will act as an advocate for you in your education.

Is there an registration deadline?

If you are wanting to register in an online course offered by our divisional high school teachers, your enrollment will follow the high school’s add/drop dates and deadlines.

Is there a minimum number of credits that I will need to be enrolled in?

When you enrol with us an intake meeting will take place designed to help you set up your programming for the year. An effort will be made to help you balance your timetable so that you remain on track for graduation.

Can I earn my high school diploma at St. John Paul II Outreach School?

If you meet the requirements of Alberta Education you can earn your high school diploma.

Is there someone available to help me choose the courses that I need to take?

When you enroll with us, an intake meeting will take place. At this meeting, you will discuss the courses that you would like to take with your teacher and administrator.

I am an upgrading student, can I take courses through St. John Paul II Outreach School?

Yes, students who wish to upgrade their high school courses can take courses within our school. Please note, if you are a mature student, there may be a cost associated with these courses. Please contact our main office for more information.

What supports are in place for students?

We have a variety of supports available for students that include our school staff, on-site Family School Enhancement Counsellor and First Nations, Métis and Inuit support.