High School Programming

ACE Place Learning Centre offers a full complement of core High School courses as well as some options. These subjects are offered through distance learning materials developed by Alberta Education Learning Resources, Alberta Distance Learning Centre, and ACE Place teaching staff. Students will receive learning support by ACE Place teachers and Learning Assistants, but they must be independent learners in order to be successful using this type of program delivery.



Horizon Alternative Junior High Program

Located in ACE Place Learning Centre is a junior high program offered to younger students who do not fit into the regular classroom. Horizon Alternative Junior High provides individuals the opportunity to take ownership of their education in a safe and supportive environment. Although not as structured as a regular school, there are still high expectations for regular attendance and completion of assignments.



ACE At Home Learning Program

ACE at Home, is a learn from home program, which follows the Alberta Program of Studies. ACE at Home is teacher directed and assessed, while encouraging Parents/Guardians to play a key role in student learning! We are excited for a program that will offer student support and services based on the individual needs of your child and your family! Check out the ACE at Home page for more information!


Off-Campus Programming

The Work Experience Program is designed to allow you to explore various occupations while earning credits.  The type of work should be related to a trade, occupation, or profession you think you might be interested in doing later in life.  



Physical Education Program

Ace Place Learning Centre offers Physical Education 10, 20, and 30 and uses the Alberta Learning Curriculum materials as a requirement for completion. The goals of our Physical Education Program are:

1 - Acquire skills through a variety of activities.

2 - Understand, experience, and appreciate the health benefits that result from physical activity.

3 - Interact positively with others.

4 - Develop an interest in physical activities to lead an active life.

  • ACE Place Physical Education Philosophy
  • Physical Education Log Sheets

High School Graduation

In order to receive a High School Diploma from Alberta Education, students must successfully complete the following courses:

  • Grade 12 English
  • Grade 12 Social Studies
  • Grade 11 Math
  • Grade 11 Science
  • Grade 10 Physical Education
  • Career and Life Management
  • 10 Options Credits
  • 10 additional Grade 12 Credits
  • A minimum of 100 credits