OnSIDE & ADLC Resources

OnSIDE & ADLC


 OnSIDE 

- On Student's Individually Directed Education
  • OnSIDE and ADLC students: Starting on Monday, February 13, attendance will be taken for all students registered for OnSIDE blocks. 

 

OnSIDE is an independent study program where students are able to work on courses required for graduation or courses that are of special interest.

    

 

OnSIDE meets the needs of students who:
  • wish to carry more/different courses than the regular timetable allows
  • are unable to attend all classes regularly due to illness, sports and work commitments or other personal reasons
  • require a less structured environment to achieve academic success
  • need credits to fulfill the requirements for a high school diploma

Students take courses using materials prepared by the teacher or by Alberta Distance Learning Centre (ADLC) www.adlc.ca. The OnSIDE teacher is the facilitator for the ADLC courses and monitors the progress of each student. ADLC courses are offered in print or online. These core courses are available in English and/or French at all three grade levels: English, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies.

 

Other courses include: Agriculture, CALM, Career Transitions, Communication Technology, Design Studies, Electro-Technologies, Energy Education, Enterprise and Innovation, Fashion Studies, Financial Management, Foods, Forestry Service, Health Care Services, Human and Social Services, Information Processing, Legal Studies, Management and Marketing, Mechanics, Physical Education, Networking, Workplace Safety, Recreation Leadership, Tourism Studies, Art, Music, Forensic Science, English as a Second Language, French, German, Spanish, Ukrainian, Religious Studies and Social Sciences.

 

Courses available in French: CALM, Foods, Design Studies, Financial Management, Health Care Services, Social Services, Art, Forensics, Religious Studies, Robotics, Social Sciences, Work Place Safety Procedures.

ADLC

Alberta Distance Learning Centre

All courses are accessed from Alberta Distance Learning Centre (ADLC) www.adlc.ca. 

The OnSIDE Teacher is the coordinator for the ADLC courses and monitors the progress of each student. ADLC courses are offered in print or online and are available in English and/or French. The core courses for English, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies are available at all three grade levels. 

ADLC also has courses in:

Agriculture, Career Transitions, Communication Technology, Design Studies, Electro-Technologies, Fashion Studies, Financial Management, Foods, Forestry, Information Processing, Legal Studies, Management and Marketing, Mechanics, Tourism Studies, Art, Music, Forensic Science, French, German, Spanish, Ukrainian, Religious Studies, and Social Sciences