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Peace Wapiti Alternative Education

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.
 
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 Alternative Education Program, or call (587) 771-2179.
 
 
Your success for tomorrow begins right now.

Is the Alternate Education Program (AEP) at Peace Wapiti Public School Division right for you?

I left school prior to graduation and now regret that I do not have a high school diploma.
After completing my Diploma Exams, I realize I will need more credits to graduate.
I failed a course and would like to improve my mark.
I need a course to meet my post-secondary prerequisite requirements.
I would like to upgrade my mark on a course I completed.
I want to take a personal interest course.
I would like to prepare for the High School Equivalency Diploma.
I would like to register in and prepare for the General Educational Development (GED) exam.
 
If you checked one or more boxes, then PWSD's Alternate Education Program is for you. Contact an AEP team member today. Email us using the form below, or call (780) 532-8133.
 
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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.
 
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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.
 
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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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