ADLC Closure

ADLC will permanently close after the 2020-21 school year. View full details

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Working to support Truth and Reconciliation

September 30 is Orange Shirt Day. During the last week of September many PHPS schools will be encouraging students to wear orange as part of a growing movement of reconciliation and learning of the impact of residential schools. The Alberta Teachers’ Association (ATA) Walking Together project describes how Orange Shirt Day grew out of a former student’s...

Apology from Superintendent David Garbutt

On behalf of Pembina Hills Public Schools and the Alberta Distance Learning Centre (ADLC), I extend a sincere apology for the inappropriate and offensive content in one of our print courses. As a division, we accept full responsibility, and are committed to ensuring this does not happen again. The content in the document absolutely does not...

Supporting your students in your schools

ADLC is restructuring to serve schools and students better. Can our students still use ADLC to complete courses? Yes, ADLC continues to provide Student Instruction services to school aged Alberta students with online and print course options from grades 1-12. Can teachers still use ADLC resources? Yes, teachers in Alberta School Authorities can continue to...

TS Only Courses

Updated: July 26, 2019 As of May 1, ADLC will no longer accept new registrations for select French Immersion (FI) and CTS & PEC sections and courses. Due to low enrolment, the following French Immersion sections are being delisted: All French Immersion Science (SI) All French Immersion CTS (SI) Some French Immersion Math (SI) Some French...