Diverse Programs

The complementary courses include a Fine Arts program with instruction in Art, Drama, Instrumental Music, and Choir. In addition to these courses, students can receive instruction in French, Reading, Study Skills, Psychology, Outdoor Education, and Hunter Training.

Career and Technology Studies

CTS Foods

The foods program is offered in grade 9 and as a credit course in grades 10 through 12.  The course focuses on sanitation, knife skills, food preparation and food presentation, while preparing students for entry into the work force and forward into the 21st century.  The combination of theory and practical applications is excellent for skill development and for an opportunity to compete in Regional Skills Canada each year the student is in high school.

CTS Fashion

The fashion program is offered in grade 9 and as a credit course in grades 10 through 12.  The course focuses on machine safety, pattern layout and sewing construction while preparing students for entry into the work force and forward into the 21st century.  The sewing machines are computerized along with quality sergers and embroidery machines.  The combination of theory and practical applications is excellent for skill development and for an opportunity to compete in Regional Skills Canada each year the student is in high school.

The fashion program is offered in grade 9 and as a credit course in grades 10 through 12.  The course focuses on machine safety, pattern layout and sewing construction while preparing students for entry into the work force and forward into the 21st century.  The sewing machines are computerized along with quality serging and embroidery machines.  The combination of theory and practical applications is excellent for skill development and for an opportunity to compete in Regional Skills Canada each year the student is in high school.

CTS Cosmetology

The cosmetology program is offered as a credit course in grades 10 through 12.  The course focuses on practical labs ranging from braiding, manicuring, nail art, skin care to name a few, while preparing students for entry into the work force and forward into the 21st century.  The students enjoy learning about the newest trends and demonstrating sanitary procedures.  The combination of theory and practical applications is excellent for skill development and for an opportunity to compete in Regional Skills Canada each year the student is in high school.