This program is a blend of face-to-face and at-home learning. Students who enroll in this program commit to participating in face-to-face learning at school two days per week and at-home learning three days per week. This teacher lead programming focuses on place-based and project-based learning. Students are supervised by a BC certified teacher and will have the opportunity to work collaboratively with their peers. The Grade 10 Cohort program operates from September to June with in-person school days on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
In addition to some independent study units, students will take part in several project-based learning opportunities including web design, public speaking, engineering, real world issues, entrepreneurship, and community involvement. Project-based learning has been proven to deepen student knowledge and engagement. One of the many benefits of project-based learning is that it is cross-curricular, allowing that one project will include the study of multiple subjects.
By registering for this program, eligible students commit to:
Attending the entire school year (September to June);
Completing all independent units of study on schedule;
Being a positive class citizen;
Attending all Tuesday and Wednesday classes at Creston Homelinks;
Willingly participate in at-home studies at a minimum of 3 days per week;
Willingly participate in learning opportunities that may take place outside of regular schedule.*
If you have questions about the Grade 10 Cohort, please contact us.
If you would like to register for the program please contact Homelinks Clerical AND complete the expression of interest form.
*Often there are learning opportunities that take place outside of our regular schedule (for example field trips). Students are expected to participate in these learning opportunities, but will be given ample notification.