Warburg School


Complimentary Courses

Dual Credit Opportunities

Launched in 2018, the program allows grade 10, 11, or 12 students to earn college/university credits from a post-secondary institution and high school credits from Warburg School by completing college-level coursework.

The Black Gold School Division will pay all post-secondary school tuition fees for students enrolled in dual credit courses. Students will be responsible for purchasing all textbooks and required materials.

This program is in partnership with Black Gold School Division, Lakeland College, Olds College, Portage College, Northern Lakes College, Southern Alberta Institute of Technology, and Alberta

Warburg School Graduate, Tanda Garrett, is a Dual Credit success story. Read her story here.

Elevate Aviation Program

Our partnership with Elevate Aviation took flight in 2019!  Interested High School students have the opportunity to explore careers in Aviation at Edmonton Airports.  Over a few weeks students will spend 5 days immersed in the the behind-the-scenes action at the airport.  One of many valuable partnerships that the Black Gold Regional School Division has developed to help our students explore their talents and interests!  Please contact Mrs. Hodges for information on the Elevate Aviation program.

Registered Apprenticeship Program (R.A.P.)

R.A.P. opportunities can be explored with Mrs. Maltais. R.A.P. is offered to Senior High students only. Please contact Mrs. Maltais for more information.

C.T.S. Programs

  • Food Studies
  • Industrial Arts – Construction-Senior High Option
  • Drama 10/20/30
  • Art 10/20/30,
  • Outdoor Education
  • Communication Technology – Digital Media
  • Work Experience
  • Leadership

*Contact Mrs. Maltais or Mrs. Hodges for confirmation of Option Course availability.

Foods Option at Warburg School

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.