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Benefits of Our Blended Program:

  • Flexibility to complete the entire or selected portions of the educational program at home, directed by parents. In addition, programs can be delivered by the school with guidance from New Myrnam School’s certificated teachers

  • Can follow the Alberta Program of Studies

  • High school students can earn Alberta high school credits necessary for post-secondary programs

  • Access to a wide variety of options courses 

  • The ability to access resources from the New Myrnam School (classroom libraries, the School & Public Library, textbook and workbook materials, computers and printers, and much more)

  • Assessment tools are available to help evaluate student progress

  • Access to a career counsellor to help with post-secondary and/or career planning

  • Religious Studies programs through the Christian and Catholic lenses are available for K-12

  • The German Language and Culture program option for students in grades K-9 integrates Bible Studies and special events into the programming

This partnership offers great flexibility and many opportunities for all MOHC students.  Among a variety of academic studies, students will have access to the same options as an NMS student including:

Grade 10-12:

¨ Horticulture

¨ Environmental Science

¨ Greenhouse Technician Certification (Green Certificate)

¨ Green and Sustainable Energy Systems

¨ 3D Printing and Design Studies

¨ Foods

¨ Construction

¨ Welding

¨ Religious Studies

¨ Social Sciences (Psychology, Sociology, Geography)

¨ Forensic Sciences

¨ RAP (Registered Apprenticeship Program)


Grade 5-12:

¨ Robotics

¨ Foods

¨ Woodworking & Construction

¨ 3D Printing & Design Studies

¨ Religious Studies

¨ And much more!


Grade K-9:

¨ German Culture & Language

¨ Music

¨ Art

¨ Religious Studies​

Further Benefits of a

     Blended Program Include...

  • ability to follow a customized program based on individual needs

  • students can work at their own pace

  • attendance expectations will be determined on a per-student basis, taking various factors into account

  • reduced workload possibilities for students who are employed (e.g. students may work on one course at a time if required by employment schedules)

  • discipline issues are significantly reduced

  • low student - teacher ratios, resulting in constructive and meaningful interactions with a focus on student needs

  • students have access to specialized training and education supports

  • students can complete coursework on an accelerated schedule if desired

  • second chances for students to succeed

  • negative and stressful school experiences become positive as teachers have the opportunity to work, discuss and support students on a one-to-one basis

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