Aries is a program where Aboriginal youth aged 13 - 16 are provided a safe, non-threatening environment in which to learn, grow and enjoy life, regardless of behavioural problems, legal situations, family, or personal backgrounds.
Cedar Walk provides a respectful, safe, and culturally relevant environment to address the needs of Aboriginal students who have an extended history of non-engagement in school. A vocational focus helps students learn pre-employment skills and provides work experience opportunities.
This program operates out of the Collingwood Neighbourhood House located at Joyce Road and Euclid Street (Joyce Skytrain Station). The curriculum offered is self-paced and focuses on the core subject areas of Science, Math, Socials Studies and English with opportunities for computer-based instruction.
The Vancouver Board of Education currently operates six Adult Education Centres in Vancouver. These centres provide educational opportunities to youth and adult students whose studies range from beginning literacy to secondary school completion. All grade 10, 11 and 12 courses follow prescribed Ministry of Education curriculums.
Eagle High integrates an academic program with individual and group counseling and recreational activities. The students receive academic testing and individualized and group teaching. The academic program involves adapted/modified courses and remedial work based on the student’s skill levels.
The Foundation Program is an academic and recreational program that enrolls students in grade 8 and 9. The program focuses on students whose behavior has impacted their ability to function academically, socially, and emotionally and who require intervention beyond the regular school’s resources. The program challenges students to become more accountable and take responsibility for their actions and choices.