Welcome to Avery Outreach School

“Providing students with safe, positive, diverse learning opportunities”

Avery Outreach School offers an alternate education centre for students in grades 10-12. Avery Outreach School is comprised of three high school classrooms that can physically accommodate up to 18 students at a time. Each classroom has a full-time teacher and a full-time educational assistant to support student learning. Counseling support is also available.

Avery Outreach School offers correspondence based programming where students work independently on one academic course at a time. Option courses such as Art, Food Studies, and P.E. are also offered to students attending full-time. Programming is based on the individual needs of the student and success is dependent on the effort of the student.

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This is #MyLPSD

Check out this video and school profiles book to learn more about LPSD's 10 schools and the programming we offer!

 

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Funded Students Age Limits

The following table highlights the age criteria that Saskatchewan and Alberta use to determine whether or not a student is eligible to be funded:

Province Age Criteria Effective Date
Saskatchewan Less than 22 September 30
Alberta Less than 20 September 1

 

Any student who does not meet these criteria would need to pay tuition to enroll with LPSD.

Guitar Lessons

Friends of the Performing Arts is happy to be offering guitar lessons at Avery Outreach! If you're interested see Mr. Gratton.

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