The Bridge Network is Located in the Lions
Learning Centre. It is an alternative
educational environment for students of all ages with a student population of
approximately 300 and a staff of 7.
Our programs are ideal for students who are not finding success in the
traditional school setting.
Our programs include:
the needs of Grade 10-12 students in an environment that emphasizes
- Supports the needs of students who are seeking to
complete their high school diploma or earn high school course credits
The Middle Years Outreach
- Supporting the needs of Grade 7-9 students in a
classroom setting that enables students to develop positive social and
for students struggling with the social and emotional pressure of a
conventional school setting.
on improving attendance with the intent of students returning to a
conventional school setting when appropriate.
The Student Success Program
- Supporting the career goals of students who have
completed three years of high school and wish to continue their education
in order to earn an Alberta Education diploma
is delivered through various means including online, distance education,
off campus education, and on- site instruction.
with these programs, we also provide Adult Education, for those learners not
included in the Education Act (contact The Bridge Network to determine
eligibility), and Home Education, for those parents who choose to deliver
education to their children when they are not able to attend classes in a
Bridge Network is focused on helping students of all ages succeed academically
in an alternative educational environment. Inside our classrooms you’ll find
our students getting the individual assistance they desire and the credits they
need for a high school diploma or to support their career goals.
helped many students return to formal education and work to facilitate
transition back to a regular classroom setting when appropriate. Our flexible
schedule, positive relationships and network of partnerships with other
agencies allow us to extend extensive support to our students.