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Attend your designated neighbourhood school, or choose between regular, alternative or special education programming at select district schools.
All Edmonton Public Schools programming is based on curriculum determined by Alberta Education. Each of our schools teaches the curriculum through regular, alternative or special education programming.
The Alternative Programs Handbook is a resource for parents and parent societies who are interested in beginning an alternative program or who work with the District’s existing alternative programs.
Even though most of our schools offer regular programming, no two are quite the same.
Programming for students in need of specialized supports and services.
Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten programs for children 2 to 5 years old. Learn about placement in the Pre-Kindergarten Program for 2018-19.
Performing and visual arts programming includes music, art, drama and dance.
Sports training combined with classroom learning for student athletes.
Programming for students of all Christian faiths and cultures.
Programs that focus on First Nations, Métis, and Inuit culture, traditions, history and Cree language.
Bilingual or immersion programming in American Sign Language (ASL), Arabic, Chinese (Mandarin), German, French, Hebrew and Spanish.
Programming that uses different approaches to teaching and learning.
English as a second language programming for students learning English.
Instruction delivered by parents, teachers or a combination of both for students completing their studies at home.
Career preparation and workplace learning opportunities for high school students.
There's more than one way to complete high school. Explore options for students who are are returning to school, upgrading or need flexibility in their schedules to complete their studies.
Academic courses for elementary, junior and senior high students offered at multiple school locations during the summer.
English language programming and home accomodations for international students studying in district classrooms.
Academic and enrichment classes for students and adults of all ages.
Academic programming and parenting resources for students who are pregnant or parenting.
Programming for students unable to attend school.