Tuesday, January 14 - 6:30 p.m.
Is your child interested in honing their athletic skills or pursuing their career aspirations, while still attending high school and completing the course credits required to graduate?
This is a reality with School District 22’s Academies and Specialized Programs. Students can further develop their baseball skills, gain insight in the training and demands on a police officer, or learn about safety and the unique skills required for working in the forestry industry.
Whether a student is interested in participating in one of our long standing academies, such as Earthquest, which was created in 1981, or one of the newer academies or programs, we invite parents and students to attend an information night on Tuesday, January 14. The session begins at 6:30 p.m. at Kalamalka Secondary School, with breakout rooms where parents and students can ask specific questions to the various academy coordinators.
For more information on School District 22’s Academies and Specialized Programs, visit the website at: www.sd22.bc.ca/Programs/Academies.
Academies in attendance on Tuesday evening include:
- Endurance Multisport
- First Responders
- Students without Borders
- Vernon Community School