Alberta Distance Learning Centre is a critical partner in the Alberta education system, providing 21st century learning opportunities to meet the diverse and evolving needs of Alberta’s students and the workplace.
ADLC offers core and complementary courses as outlined in Alberta Education’s programs of study. More than 800 educational partners choose ADLC because we offer flexibility for students working from home, abroad, or in the traditional school environment, and we provide adaptable resources for teachers.
Our experienced certificated teachers and dedicated support personnel ensure ADLC course materials meet or exceed Alberta curriculum standards.
Students may learn their teacher's contact information by phoning 1-866-774-5333 (toll free) then ext. 5177.
Every Monday to Thursday from 4:30 pm to 8 pm call extension 5388 for help with your Math course.
Every Tuesday and Thursday from 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm call extension 6330 for help with your Social Studies course.
What's new at ADLC?
2012/13 ADLC Annual Report now available
We are pleased to share our 2012/13 Annual Report,
which summarizes our work over the past year, and reinforces why ADLC
has played a central role in providing distance education to Albertans
for ninety years.
Tech Alert - SuccessMaker
If you are unable to access your SuccessMaker please trythese stepsto make an adjustment to your Java settings. If still unable to access this program after these steps please contact
(1-866-774-5333 ext. 5322).
Attention all junior high and high school ADLC students!
Register for Knowledge and Employability Solutions today click here.
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