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Because ADLC isn’t your ordinary correspondence course provider, you know we’ve got a lot more on offer. We’ve got teachers available in the evening to help you with your homework and clubs that will connect you to the world. We’ve got competitive robot building and virtual labs. We’ve got graphic novels and novel ways to complete assignments. We’ve got art classes that will free your spirit and spirited classes that will seem like living art.
And there’s special projects cropping up all the time. So come on—you’re a part of this community, so let us know what you’d like to do!
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The Correspondent is the official blog of Alberta Distance Learning Centre and shares the perspective of students and staff from a distance.
Call ADLC’s evening Math and Science Helpline for help with your math and science questions. Helpline teachers are available Mondays to Thursdays from 4:30 pm to 8 pm from late September to late June (excluding holidays). Call 1-866-774-5333, extension 5388.
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