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Knowledge and Employability (K&E)

Programming supports students who learn best through hands-on activities, plan on entering the workplace, rather than achieving a high school diploma, and want to develop skills to become better prepared for the workplace.   

Students enrolled in K&E can:

  • learn through hands-on activities
  • participate in job shadowing or work experience
  • become better prepared for the workplace
  • participate in on- and off-campus experiences in an work setting
  • earn a Certificate of High School Achievement by completing 80 credits in a combination of K&E courses and other courses
  • choose to transition from K&E courses to other high school courses to achieve an Alberta high school diploma

For more information, talk to your high school counsellor.

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Knowledge and Employability (K&E)

School Sites

Elementary


Junior High


Senior High