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Wolf Creek Public Schools pioneers creative ways of developing lifelong learners who thrive when faced with the changing demands of the 21st Century. Through our unique learning processes inspired by academic, athletic and philosophical learning, students learn how to generate ideas, explore possibilities and make them real with meaningful results.

Alberta Initiative for School Improvement (A.I.S.I.)

AISI is a bold approach to supporting the improvement of student learning and performance by encouraging teachers, parents, and the community to work collaboratively to introduce innovative and creative initiatives based upon local needs and circumstances

Career Centre

The Wolf Creek Career Centre contains a variety of information and links to resources geared toward assisting grade 12 students as they explore their post-Grade 12 options. It is a starting point for students to begin researching career possibilities, post secondary schools, financial aid and scholarships.

English Language Learners

English Language Learners in Wolf Creek Public Schools are assessed and monitored using the Alberta K-12 ESL Proficiency Benchmarks. The Benchmarks allow teachers to plan for language instruction and document an English Language Learner’s language proficiency growth over time.

Social Work/Family School Liaison

The Social Work/Family School Liaison Program offers support services, and acts as a resource to families and individuals who may be experiencing difficulties at home or at school. The SW/FSLW is a link to a variety of community agencies and advocates effectively in support of students and their families.

French Immersion

French immersion is a highly successful approach to second language learning — an effective way for students to become functionally fluent in French while achieving all of the objectives laid out by Alberta Learning.

Health in Action

One of the key objectives of the HIA Project is to infuse healthy living messages into the core curriculum subjects from ECS through Grade 12. The HIA Project aims to improve the health and wellness of all school communities in Wolf Creek by addressing, supporting, and promoting the importance of the following three pillars:  Healthy Eating, Active Living, and Positive Social Environments.

Home Education

Wolf Creek Public Schools staff are dedicated to ensuring that each student has access to a quality education based on Alberta Education guidelines. Programs include those that are either traditional home education, delivery through the Alberta Distance Learning Centre or a blended program.