Bishop O’Byrne High School provide’s language study opportunities that help to develop individual potential and better prepare students for daily living and the challenges of an international world of work and travel. These programs allow students to acquire language skills in situations that reflect life experiences. Students who take second language programs may continue to use their language skills in work, community, educational or travel settings. Placement in senior high school language programs depends upon previous course completions and language proficiency. Students receive 5 credits for 125 hours of course work.

A variety of courses in languages are available throughout Alberta. These courses include Aboriginal languages, French and Spanish.

International Languages

Bishop O’Byrne High School provide’s language study opportunities that help to develop individual potential and better prepare students for daily living and the challenges of an international world of work and travel. These programs allow students to acquire language skills in situations that reflect life experiences. Students who take second language programs may continue to use their language skills in work, community, educational or travel settings. Placement in senior high school language programs depends upon previous course completions and language proficiency. Students receive 5 credits for 125 hours of course work.

A variety of courses in languages are available throughout Alberta. These courses include Aboriginal languages, French and Spanish.