Academic Programming

Enhanced Academic Programming (EAP) and Advanced Placement (AP) - Grades 7 to 12

Enhanced Academic Programming (EAP) is an advanced-level program for junior high students.

Students are provided with opportunities to choose enrichment tasks and assignments to deepen their knowledge and advance their skills and competencies (in such areas as critical and creative thinking and communication) in varied subjects.

Advanced Placement (AP) programming prepares high school students for college and university studies. It is recognized by post-secondary institutions for dual credit (high school and post-secondary).

EAP and AP are offered at select schools.

Note: Starting in 2020-21, Vincent J. Maloney Catholic Junior High School will offer EAP, and St. Albert Catholic High School will offer AP programming. 

 

International Baccalaureate (IB) Program - Grades 7 to 12

St. Albert Catholic High - Senior Level IB Programming (10 to 12)

Since its IB World School authorization in 2003, St. Albert Catholic High School has continued to provide enriched and diverse curricula, satisfying both provincial and International Baccalaureate (IB) requirements. The school's IB program contributes to an ongoing mission of global citizenship and intercultural understanding while providing balanced and challenging learning opportunities.

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