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Prepare for your future
PROGRAM AT A GLANCE
TUITION & FEES
- Alberta Education high school transcript current within the last five years or NorQuest College placement assessment
NorQuest College operates as an accredited high school and offers courses that follow the Alberta Education curriculum. These courses prepare you to continue your studies at NorQuest or other post-secondary institutions in Alberta and across Canada.
You can choose to upgrade only the courses you need for post-secondary entrance or you can earn a high school diploma or general education diploma (GED).
Academic Upgrading is course-based, and the variety of delivery methods and course delivery times provides you with maximum flexibility. Choose the delivery method that suits your learning style and availability.
- In person: In-person classes are available for grades 7-9 courses (with class meetings five days per week) and grades 10-12 courses (with class meetings four days per week and some independent online learning).
- Online real-time: 40% online real-time, 60% independent online learning
- Online anytime: Start your classes whenever you like and work at your own pace. You will have up to 20 weeks to finish each class
LocationEdmonton, Online, Wetaskiwin
In person offerings at the Wetaskiwin campus vary each term. Contact us if you would like to learn more about Wetaskiwin offerings: