Registered Apprenticeship Program (R.A.P.)
Please see Mrs. Maltais if you are interested in R.A.P. This is offered to students in Senior High only.
Accelerated Reading Program
Our School participates in the Accelerated Reading program from Renaissance Learning Inc. With this program students are assessed throughout the year for reading, comprehension and vocabulary. In our library collection of 16,000 books, over 10,000 have A.R. quizzes for students to test their understanding of the book they have read. In the 2016-2017 school year our students read over 73 million words!
We hope our students will have a lifelong love of reading and encourage them to read every day!
CTS Options 2016-2017
- Welding -Senior High option.
- Food Studies
- Industrial Arts – Construction-Senior High Option
- Drama 10/20/30
- Art 10/20/30, Pottery, Mask Making
- Outdoor Education
- Communication Technology – Digital Media
- Work Experience
High School Foods Option
Our Warburg School “Student Wall of Fame” alum, Corbin Tomaszeski (WS Grad 1990), came to speak to our students about following your passion in life. Chef Corbin, as he is known to his HGTV and FoodNetwork fans, held an “iron chef” type competition with our students. The students had to create the best French Omelet in a 20 minute timeframe.
We are privileged to have these awesome opportunities to have our former students visit to offer wisdom to our current students.
The Senior Foods students are learning the fine art of canning! The pickles will be ready for Thanksgiving and guess what these students are bringing to dinner?!
Art Program Projects
Senior High Art Students created original acrylic painted artistic tables for our Library Learning Commons.
Award Winning Art Projects:
Senior High Art Projects:
Junior High Art Projects:
Packing Tape Sculptures were an interesting focal point as people entered our school foyer and library areas.
Elementary Music Classes
Grades 4-6 Choir perform “The Tailor and The Mouse” and “One Wish” at the Alberta Music Festivals Provincial Finals on May 20, 2017: Although the video quality is poor…the voices are wonderful!
Grades 4-6 GOLD medal winning Choir Performance at the Leduc Rotary Music Festival 2017
Grade Six Perform at the Spring Concert on May 6th, 2016.