K & E

Making a Difference

KNOWLEDGE AND EMPLOYABILITY PROGRAM


These courses are intended to maximize opportunities for student success and to support high school completion. Students will become well-prepared for employment, further post-secondary studies, engaged citizenship and lifelong learning. More information is available from Alberta Education.


Students participating in this stream can also enter into RAP or Work Experience for further training in preparation for specific employment opportunities, or they can challenge an additional six courses and complete their Alberta high school diploma.


The requirements indicated in this chart are the minimum requirements for a K&E student to attain a certificate of high school achievement. The requirements for entry into post-secondary institutions and workplaces may require additional and/or specific courses.


Please contact Mrs. Shawna Gallagher at   sgallagher@gsacrd.ab.ca


80 credits including the following:

Career and Life Management 20 [3 credits]

English Language Arts 20-2 or 30-4

Mathematics 20-4

Physical Education 10 [3 credits]

Science 24

Social Studies 20-4

5 credits in:

30-level Knowledge & Employability Occupational Course, or

30-level Career & Technology Studies (CTS), or

30-level Locally Developed Course with an Occupational focus

AND 5 credits in:

30-level Knowledge & Employability Workplace Practicum Course, or

30-level Work Experience Course, or

30-level Green Certificate Course

OR 5 credits in:

30-level Registered Apprenticeship

Program (RAP) Course             

Teenage Students Raising Hands