Evening & Weekend High School Courses: Non-EPS

For those who are not current students of Edmonton Public Schools

FREE TUITION for Edmonton Public Schools students under 20 years old on September 1, 2021

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Mature students and students under 20 as of Sep 1, 2021 (who are not registered with another school division and are not current students of Edmonton Public Schools)

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* Students must write a provincial diploma exam (for courses with * symbol)

Semester 2
Feb 2 - Jun 8

Mon / Wed Evenings 6:00-9:00pm

(No classes Feb 21, Mar 2, Mar 26 - Apr 3, Apr 18, May 2, May 19 - 25)

Online Synchronous

Online Asynchronous

Only for students over 20 years of age (as of Sep 1, 2021)

*Under 20 year olds, please visit argyll.epsb.ca

Quarter 3
Feb 2 - Mar 26

Mon / Wed 6:00-9:30pm
& Saturday 8:30am-1:50pm

(No classes on Feb 19 or 21)

Online Synchronous

Quarter 4
Apr 20 - Jun 13

Mon / Wed 6:00-9:30pm
& Saturday 8:30am-1:50pm

(No classes from May 19 - 25)

Online Synchronous

Course delivery methods explained

What does a typical day of online learning look like in the Online Synchronous program?
  • Online students will be part of a learning group with an assigned online teacher. During every scheduled class, they will interact with their teacher and classmates in a structured learning environment. The opportunity to build connections can help students feel more supported and comfortable in adapting to online learning.
  • This format includes live online teacher instruction as well as directed activities and assignments that students complete independently. Teachers are responsible for organizing students’ schedules and monitoring their progress.
What does a typical day of online learning look like in the Online Asynchronous program?

ONLY for students 20 years of age or older on September 1, 2021.

All students under 20 years old as of September 1, 2021, please visit argyll.epsb.ca

  • As a student learning through an asynchronous program, the student will schedule their own learning. This replaces an in person or an online synchronous program and the student will be designing their own schedule. Designing an individual schedule provides strength and flexibility while working through the same curricular objectives that would normally be covered during ‘regular class time'.
  • Students enrolled in this program will have the flexibility to work through their learning at their own pace. Students need to be attending to their learning daily in the asynchronous program. Teachers in the asynchronous program will be available online once/week for students to connect with their teacher. Teachers will also be available during their weekly scheduled office hours for asynchronous students. Students must complete their asynchronous courses within the deadlines of the semester.
  • Students enrolled in the asynchronous program for Semester 2 will be invited to an initial meeting with their teacher to go over the layout and expectations of the course.
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Financial Assistance

Are you over 20 years old, a Canadian citizen or permanent resident, and are facing financial barriers to upgrade your high school marks? You might qualify for the Alberta Works Skills Investment Bursary for part-time study!

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Due to the Government of Alberta‘s announcements that diploma exams are canceled in January, 2022, Metro has canceled the Free, Online Diploma Prep Classes.