There are a wide variety of required and options courses available for high school students. It is important that students select appropriate courses and course sequences to meet personal goals and minimum Alberta high school graduation requirements.
Note: Our school Career Counsellor meets with students during course selections and is available to meet one-on-one with students and/or parents by appointment though out the year.
- English Language Arts
- Social Studies
- Career and Life Management (CALM)
- Physical Education 10
- Workplace Safety Systems*
- Workplace Safety Practices*
*All high school students at Paul Rowe complete these courses as preparation for the future world of work. These courses are also a prerequisite for Work Experience and the Registered Apprenticeship Program.
Our Options Courses:
- Aboriginal Studies
- Career and Technology Studies
- French as a Second Language
- Physical Education 20/30
- Social Sciences
- Special Projects
- Work Experience and Registered Apprenticeship Program
- Green Certificate
Blended and Distance Learning
Our "in-class" offerings will supplemented by the new Peace River School Division Virtual Learning Program beginning September 2021.
What Will Students Be Learning?
For more information about what high school students will learn in various courses visit the following websites:
Announcement: New Virtual Learning Program to Be Introduced in 2021-2022
On May 13, 2021 Peace River School Division announced the launch of a new high school virtual learning program which will available beginning September 2021. The program will cater to students seeking high school programming and will be supported by dedicated virtual learning teachers and support staff.
The full news release may be viewed on our homepage under "Divisional News". More information as to how this may benefit Paul Rowe high school students will be shared with stakeholders as it becomes available.