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ADLC students are expected to cooperate with and be respectful of staff, teachers, and other students.
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The distribution of marks is provided in the introduction to each course or supplied by the teacher upon request.
Students are expected to submit lessons or assignment booklets regularly. Student work is evaluated by ADLC teachers and contract markers (professional teachers who mark students’ work). Work is returned to students as soon as possible, along with comments and suggestions for improvement. Grades are recorded in ADLC’s Student Information System (SIS). Students and/or parents can access marks at https://sis.adlc.ca/. Usernames and passwords are provided via email at the time of registration.
Home education students must maintain acceptable levels of achievement and follow the schedule established by their board or supervising school. ADLC reports on student progress to the appropriate school board facilitator regularly.
A full grade in Grades 1 to 6 consists of four separate courses:
Junior high grades consist of five core courses and two complementary courses. Students in Grades 7, 8, and 9 must complete all core courses:
Students intending to complete a full grade should immediately begin working in all core subjects once registration is complete. Working on only one or two courses at a time is not recommended.
Junior high students can take their choice of two complementary courses in each grade. These courses allow students to explore areas of personal interest.
Complementary courses taken in one grade may not be repeated in another, and some courses must be taken in sequence. Students enrolling in a complementary course for the first time are expected to enrol in Level A regardless of their grade level. Special consideration may be given in some circumstances; contact us for assistance.
Note: Students enrolling in Physical Education must choose the level appropriate for their current grade.
Payment can be made by Mastercard, Visa, or school charge account. Debit payments are accepted on-campus only.
At times, ADLC provides information about student registration, progress, and results to qualified individuals, such as school principals, superintendents, and officials of Alberta Education. Individual student data is released to officials responsible for monitoring student progress. Acceptance of this policy is inherent in registration.
Midterm exams and/or reviews in core courses let students gauge their understanding of course material. Midterm exams also give students practice managing time restrictions and exam anxiety.
Final exams must be written before course registrations expire and must be conducted and received by qualified supervisors. Final exams may be written at an ADLC campus, but students must call ahead to schedule writing times because of space limitations. Students writing at an ADLC campus must have all assignments in and marked before booking their exams. If a student scores less than 40% on a final exam, marks for course work are not considered when the final grade is determined.
Students dissatisfied with the results of any final exam may request a second exam. Prior to gaining approval to write appeal exams, students must discuss the results of the original exam with their ADLC teacher. Requests for appeal exams must be made before registration expires and within 30 days of a student being finalized in the course.
ADLC reserves the right to approve supervisors selected by students or to request that students write their final exams at an ADLC-approved writing centre. ADLC releases the print exam or access to the online exam to an approved supervisor or contact person after receiving all lessons and/or assignments from the student.
Special arrangements may be made for students with medical and/or learning disabilities, but requests for special consideration must be made to ADLC before the scheduled exam. Special considerations may involve extra time, oral delivery, or use of a scribe (accommodations as defined by Alberta Education for Grade 12 Diploma Examinations).
Students may use a computer and word-processing program to construct and print written responses for final exams. However, students must not have access to the Internet or other files when taking exams.
Students seeking admission to post-secondary institutions such as universities, colleges, or technical institutions should plan to complete courses and write final exams by early June, as outlined in the Significant Dates for ADLC Students at www.adlc.ca. This ensures adequate time for results to be processed and official transcripts to be issued by Alberta Education.
Official Transcripts can be obtained from Alberta Education or by calling Alberta Education toll-free at 310-0000, then 780-427-5318.
Parents or guardians of students studying at home and facilitators for students studying in schools are expected to act as partners in the education process. Both home education students and distance education students in schools require supervision and guidance to complete their courses.
To ensure student success, parents, guardians and/or facilitators are expected to
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