Our schools follow the Alberta Education mandated curriculum. Students who successfully complete high school courses and earn a minimum of 100 credits are eligible to receive an Alberta high school diploma. As part of our curriculum, students participate in and complete Religion 35 in order to receive a high school diploma.

Our schools are dedicated to providing students with a sound Catholic education and are committed to excellence in learning achieved by encouraging students to reach their full potential by focusing on individual learning needs. In achieving this, we offer varied instructional programs of choice, which are part of what make CCSD unique.

International students are encouraged to join extracurricular activities including clubs or sports teams. This helps students gain the most from their high school education experience by enriching themselves, not just academically, but through participation in other activities that allow for the development of individual skills and talents.

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Our schools follow the Alberta Education mandated curriculum. Students who successfully complete high school courses and earn a minimum of 100 credits are eligible to receive an Alberta high school diploma. As part of our curriculum, students participate in and complete Religion 35 in order to receive a high school diploma.

Our schools are dedicated to providing students with a sound Catholic education and are committed to excellence in learning achieved by encouraging students to reach their full potential by focusing on individual learning needs. In achieving this, we offer varied instructional programs of choice, which are part of what make CCSD unique.

International students are encouraged to join extracurricular activities including clubs or sports teams. This helps students gain the most from their high school education experience by enriching themselves, not just academically, but through participation in other activities that allow for the development of individual skills and talents.

Living and learning in our catholic faith