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Semester Programs

During the school year, Campus EPSB gives students access to programs they’re interested in but aren’t currently offered at their current school. Three blocks of the day (15 credits) will be spent in Campus EPSB programming and one block in a core or option course (5 credits) required for graduation.

Programs are offered in the first or second semester at Queen Elizabeth SchoolM.E. LaZerte SchoolJasper Place School or Eastglen School.

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

Automotive Service Technician 

M.E. LaZerte School, 6804-144 Ave, 15 credits 

Work with industry professionals as you start apprenticeship training in the automotive service technician program. Highlights and credentials include:

  • vehicle service information
  • electrical circuits
  • brake fundamentals
  • suspension systems
  • first period apprenticeship training

CONTACT: Mr. Dunn, jordan.dunn@epsb.ca


Computer Science

Queen Elizabeth School, 9425-132 Ave, 15 credits
 
Understand the world of computers from start to finish. This program will give you time to build your skills in computing and technology. Highlights include:

  • coding
  • programming
  • program integration
  • computer repair
  • CISCO certification

CONTACT: Mr. Bartsch, chad.bartsch@epsb.ca


Cosmetology

M.E. LaZerte School, 6804-144 Ave (full day, first semester) or Queen Elizabeth School, 9425-132 Ave (half day, full year), 20+ credits*
Prerequisite: Cosmetology 10 or Esthetics 10

Start apprenticeship training in cosmetology and hairdressing and work alongside industry professionals. Highlights include:

  • haircutting and styling techniques
  • esthetics techniques
  • hours towards apprenticeship technical training

*Students will earn a total of 45 credits over the two-year Cosmetology program. 

CONTACT: Mr. Dunn, jordan.dunn@epsb.ca


Performing Arts 

Eastglen School, 11430-68 St, 15 credits 

Immerse yourself in the performing arts. Learn and develop your skills while connecting with community and performing arts professionals. Highlights include:

  • technical theatre
  • acting
  • dancing
  • choreography
  • vocal training
  • portfolio development

CONTACT: Mr. Acheson, kevin.acheson@epsb.ca


Social Justice

Jasper Place School, 8950-163 St, 15 credits 
Prerequisite: Social Studies 20-1 or 20-2

Explore issues that relate to your life and community! Students will integrate community service learning with Social Studies 30-1 or 30-2. Other highlights include:

  • creating connections with the University of Alberta
  • exploring careers in the social justice field
  • community service learning

CONTACT: Ms. Dalman, julia.dalman@epsb.ca


Steel Construction 

M.E. LaZerte School, 6804-144 Ave, 15 credits 

You’ll learn about construction through hands-on activities that combine industry-level skill development and networking opportunities. Highlights include:

  • construction and fabrication principles
  • steelwork
  • pipefitting, ironwork and welding skills
  • credentials and certification

CONTACT: Mr. Dunn, jordan.dunn@epsb.ca