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  • Grade 10-12 Off-Campus Credits

    ​​Students interested in accessing any of the following programs should see a school counsellor. 

    Individual On-line Credit Courses: Certain compulsory courses are offered by the Louis Riel School Division. Students may sign up at the beginning of the school year, or at the start of Semester 2. School approval is required. 

    Private Music Option: Students taking private music lessons may earn up to four additional credits. Music lessons must include a theory component. 

    Special Language Credits: Students proficient in a language other than English or French may earn up to four additional credits. 

    Volunteer Credit: Students who complete a minimum of 55 hours or 110 hours of volunteer time may earn a half credit or full credit respectively. 

    Distance Education (Manitoba Education):  For various reasons, students may take certain courses on their own time. This requires parental/legal guardian approval and involves a financial obligation. 

    High School Apprenticeship Option: Over 40 trades qualify for this program, which allows students in Grade 11 and 12 to begin apprenticeship training while still in high school. Students continue with regular high school classes while receiving paid, part-time, or summer on-the-job training.

    Propel:  For a list of programs and detailed information, visit their website Propel is an interdisciplinary, project-based learning environment where students earn 3-4 credits while pursuing an individualized area of interest.  The program takes place for one semester at Nelson McIntyre Collegiate and incorporates the following credits: Transactional English 30S, Information and Communication Technology (ICT) 30S, Physical Education 30S, and one other possible credit depending on the topic and depth of study.

    Arts & Technology Centre:  ​The Arts & Technology Centre is an extension of the Louis Riel School Division high schools for Grade 11 and 12 students. Students who choose ATC as part of their high school studies take the majority of their Grade 11 & 12 elective courses at ATC and their compulsory courses at their home school. Students typically attend ATC for one semester in Grade 11 for Part 1 of a program and then may return for another semester, in Grade 12, to take Part 2 of their program. Talk to your Student Services Teacher about other possible patterns. 

    Students register at their home school, allowing them to participate in school events and extra-curricular activities including sports, music and student government. Students graduate with their classmates at their home school. In addition to their regular high school diploma and an ATC certificate, student in most programs earn a Technology Education High School Diploma. Students may also choose to complete all or part of a program following high school graduation (no tuition fees for the first 4 credits after graduation).

    ATC students who hold evening or summer jobs may be eligible to obtain high school credits towards graduation and time credit towards continued apprenticeship training by applying for the High School Apprenticeship Program. Students are encouraged to bring and use their own electronic devices.

    Students are encouraged to participate in intramural activities available at lunch time through our open gym program, as well as the student advisory committee (student government). 

    See your Student Services Teacher to include ATC courses as part of your Grade 11 and 12 or Post-Secondary Plans.

    Manitoba Instutite of Trades and Technology: For a list of programs and detailed information visit their website.  Students may attend one or more semesters at M.I.T.T. in order prepare for an occupational field. The majority of students complete a whole program, earning 10 to 12 optional credits, and a Certificate of Completion in their chosen field of study.

    Upon graduation from the Institute, students have several career/training doors open to them. They may choose to take post-secondary training, or they may opt to enter the work force as a trained and qualified employee. The successful completion of some programs may constitute Apprenticeship Level 1 Certification.