High School Re-Design

High School Re-Design

Christ the King School has been accepted as a High School Redesign site. Alberta  Education staff reviewed our plans and have determined that we are ready to move forward with the work of high school redesign. Based on this determination, the 25-hour face-to-face requirement per credit has been waived for our school.

In May 2013 a letter of intent to participate in Moving Forward with High School Redesign (Phase 2 of High School Flex) and participation in a full-day workshop occured. The workshop focused on the vision and policy shifts of Inspiring Education that are the key drivers for this next phase of high school redesign. At the workshop, prospective participants met with one another, participants from High School Flex Phase 1 and Alberta Education staff, and engaged in conversations about foundational principles of high school redesign. During the workshop, our representatives were provided with valuable information about the completion of a project plan, which Christ the King submitted May 31. The plan outlined in more detail the redesign actions we hope to take within Christ the King and it will form the basis of our collaborative work moving forward over the next two years.

As Christ the King continues to explore this initiative documents and information will be posted here to keep our school community informed.

High School Re-Design Resources:


Educator Roles and Professional Development

Flexible Learning

Home and Community

Mastery Learning

Meaningful Relationships


Rigorous and Relevant Curriculum

Welcoming, Caring, Respectful, and Safe