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Alternative Education
About Us

Peace Wapiti Alternative Education

Peace Wapiti Alternative Education offers full- and part-time programming alternatives for Grades 1-12 students using Alberta Education curriculum.


Programming options are available to students who want the flexibility of completing a distance-learning program; students who wish to upgrade course results or access a course not offered by their local school; or those who find that a traditional school setting is not meeting their needs.

Peace Wapiti Alternative Education strives to provide outstanding, learner-focused educational experiences dedicated to personal and academic growth while building a sense of community and fostering partnerships to promote lifelong learning opportunities for students of all ages.  

Peace Wapiti Public School Division’s Alternative Education Programs include:

Find out if Alternative Education is for you

Complete the form below to send an email to the PWPSD Alternate Education Program, or call (780) 864-3741.
​My Story
 


Spencer Markovich, age 19,
Spirit River, AB
I was drafted to the Fort Saskatchewan Rebels Lacrosse Team in Grade 12. Alternate Education worked around my schedule and I received my high school diploma after the 2016 season ended. Now I can pursue my goal to become a boatswain in the Canadian Navy.


Abby Dallaire, 19,
Grande Prairie, AB
Alternate Education let me focus on the courses I needed to become a paramedic. I worked at my own pace, asked multiple teachers for help, and had different concepts explained in multiple ways. I graduated in 2017 and am studying to become a paramedic in Calgary.


Korbyn Belcourt, 18,
Penticton, BC
I couldn’t concentrate in a classroom setting and preferred working in the comfort of my home. The program helped me grasp concepts and understand what was required. With the assistance of Alternate Education, I earned my high school diploma in 2016.

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