Resources covering: Alternative Education Options for K-12
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Alberta’s government is investing $25 million in operating funding and $47 million in capital investment over the next three years to support public charter school expansions and collegiate programs in the education system, as part of Budget 2022.
The links below are offered to help Canadian families looking for alternative options to the public education system. Please note that these websites are not formally affiliated with Blueprint for Canada. As such, we can not vouch for the content or quality of any programs listed. Parents should due their own due diligence and ask appropriate questions as they deem necessary.
Learn about Alberta’s K-12 public charter schools and find resources to help choose, establish or administer a public charter school.
The Alberta Classical Academy is one example of a public charter school.
"Our tuition-free classical education programs provide students with an academically rigorous and traditional liberal arts education, equipping them with the virtues, knowledge, and habits befitting free citizens.
Our Calgary program currently serves grades K-6, and we will open a K-8 program in Edmonton in the 2023/24 academic year. Our grade offerings will expand each year until we deliver a full K-12 program."Alberta Classical Academy