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Urban Aboriginal Alternative High School

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Urban Aboriginal Alternative High School
188 Kohler
Sault Ste Marie, ON P6A 1V1
705.945.0963
Fax: 705.942.3227
www.friendshipcentresaultstemarie.com


The Urban Aboriginal Alternative High School is a program offered by the Indian Friendship Centre in partnership with the Algoma District School Board. Learning takes place in a relaxed atmosphere where the staff and students work together. The program is based on individualized, independent learning courses that students complete at their own pace. Native cultural components are incorporated into the daily program. Opportunities in Cooperative Education can help students decide on a career choice. E-learning is also available.

Requirements & Responsibilities
Students should be a least 16 years of age and out of school for at least one month. Part-time students must attend a minimum of 7.5 hours per week and full-time students must attend a minimum of 15 hours per week. Students must also complete 2 lessons per week and participate in monthly student meetings.

Courses Available:

English - Grades 9 - 12 (ENG1L/1P/2L/2P/3E/4E/3C/4U/4C, EBT40, OSSLC40)

Mathematics - Grades 9 12 (MAT1L, MAT2L, MFM 1P/2P, MEL 3E/4E, MBF3C, MAP4C)

Business Studies - Grades 9 11 (BTT10, BBI20, BAF3M, BDI3C, BTA30)

Science - Grades 9 11 (SNC 1P/2P/3E, SBI3C, SBI3U, SCH3U, SPH3U, SCH3U, SPH4C, SCH4U, SBI4U)

Arts - Grades 9 10 (AVI 10/20)

Social Science & Humanities ( HPC30,HIP3E, HPW3C, HLS3O)

Canadian & World Studies - Gr. 9-11 (CGC1P, CHV20, CHC2P)

Health & Physical Education (PPZ30)

Guidance & Career Education (GPP30, GLC20)

Food and Nutrition (HFN20)

MPLAR (at least 18 years to qualify) Math, English, Science, History/Geography

For more information contact:
Crystal Kingston, IFC Education Coordinator
Melodie General, IFC Education Support Worker