Campus EPSB is designed to provide students with another way to earn high school and post-secondary credits, gain industry credentials, get ahead of their studies or prepare for post-secondary. It’s a great way for them to begin to plan their next steps.
Campus EPSB offers semester options during the school year. These opportunities allow students to take a semester-long, two to four block course at another high school or industry site, and immerse themselves in an area of study that excites them.
Dual credit courses are available in semester 2 during the evening. These opportunities allow students to earn both high school credits and credits that count towards a post-secondary certificate, diploma or degree.
Each option is delivered differently and has its own unique prerequisites, credit allocations, and credentials and/or certifications. Students should speak with their families, teachers or school counsellors about their Campus EPSB options and decide what is right for them.
Campus EPSB is open to students in Grades 10–12. If you’re interested in a course for 2023–24, learn more about our semester programs and how to express interest.
Dual credit is open to students in Grades 10–12. If you’re interested in a course for 2023–24, learn more about our dual credit courses and how to register.
Edmonton Transit Services (ETS) is the preferred method of transportation for students registered in Campus EPSB semester programming. Students are expected to return to their home school upon completion of a Campus EPSB opportunity. If students wish to switch schools, they must complete the same process as any other student within the Division.
Other programming for fourth and fifth year high school students is available through Centre High.