The Independent Education Program (IndEP) is designed to meet the needs of students who have not achieved success in the regular school format. IndEP consists of regular courses that accommodate the needs of students through an individualized program. Graduating students will be able to achieve a grade 12 standing through a Regular 24 credit or Adult 12 program.
How are IndEP courses offered?
Classes are offered through on-line courses, distance learning, high school integration and Great Plains College.
The IndEP learning environment is one of mutual respect where all can succeed in a safe learning environment. Students attending IndEP are expected to follow the guidelines outlined by the Code of Conduct at their specific school. Students are expected to attend school regularly, arrive on time, report to the teacher if absent, do their best and display a positive attitude towards work and others.
How to apply
Applications are available from the school administrator or the IndEP teacher. Your application will be received by a committee and an interview will be held with you and the IndEP teacher to determine your needs.
If you are accepted, your individual program will be developed and you will begin your journey toward completing your grade 12 education.
For more information contact:
Superintendent of Student Support Services
Natalie Chupik, Vice-Principal
Biggar Central School 2000
Mr. Stephen Hadden/Mr. Chase Samuel Teacher
Mr. Blain Hilbig, Principal
Kindersley Composite School
Ms. Erin Pincemin, Teacher
Mr. Gary Paproski, Vice Principal
Rosetown Central High School
Mr. Craig Vanthuyne, Teacher
Mr. Kim Sobkowicz, Vice Principal
Outlook High School
Mr. Trevor Drury, Teacher