Secondary School Programs
Cooperative Education is an excellent opportunity for all senior students in high school to combine classroom learning with practical experience in the workplace. The classroom extends into the community where the teacher and employer work together to provide hands-on learning activities that are related to the student’s subject area. Students can earn two or more diploma credits in the academic, business and technology areas. Learn more...
e-Learning courses are much like face-to-face courses, except that the communication between students and the teacher happens in a secure online website. All of the courses offered to ADSB students are taught by certified Ontario teachers. Our online courses help students meet the same expectations as face-to-face courses, with the advantage of having flexibility for scheduling. Learn more...
First Nations Language/Culture
The Native languages program is not intended to make students fully bilingual; rather, the program offers students the opportunity to develop a functional command of a Native language, which can be expanded through further study or through contact with other speakers of the language. Learn more...
The study of French is an important part of the secondary school curriculum. French is not only one of Canada’s two official languages, but is also widely used around the world. The Algoma District School Board offers a French Immersion Programme at Superior Heights Collegiate & Vocational School. Learn more...
Hockey Canada Skills Academy
The Algoma District School Board continues to partner with Hockey Canada to offer the ADSB Hockey Canada Skills Academy. Male and female students in grades 7 to 10 in our Sault Ste Marie 7-12 secondary schools are eligible to apply. Learn more...
International Baccalaureate (IB) Programme
The International Baccalaureate Programme is a two year programme offered at Korah Collegiate. Although this programme requires students to attend Korah Collegiate during their grades 11 and 12 years, it is highly recommended that students first complete the Enhanced Learning Programme at Korah Collegiate in grades 9 and 10.
The Algoma District School Board, in partnership with Sault College, offers an innovative program for students interested in pursuing a career in Motive Power Trades. As part of the School College Work Initiative (SCWI) this program allows students to:
- develop specialized knowledge and skills required to work with land, air and marine vehicles;
- explore a variety of related career options in the transportation service industry;
- use up-to-date equipment during in-class sessions at Sault College;
- earn high school credits towards an Ontario Secondary School Diploma;
- earn a college credit towards apprenticeship schooling;
- gain valuable industry-specific work experience and knowledge in a motive power co-op placement;
- students have an opportunity to be registered to an apprenticeship through the OYAP program.
Interested students are encouraged to contact their guidance counselor, Co-operative Education Teacher or Transportation Technology teacher for more details.
OYAP is a youth apprenticeship program aimed at providing senior high school students with opportunities to train as apprentices in skilled occupations. OYAP provides students with the opportunity to complete studies towards a high school diploma while beginning an apprenticeship program. Learn more...
Specialist High Skills Majors
A Specialist High Skills Majors (SHSM) is a ministry-approved specialized program. It allows students to focus on a career path that matches their skills and interests while meeting the requirements of the Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD). Algoma District School Board currently offers twelve different sector-specific SHSMs. Learn more...