Off Campus Programs:

Work Experience:  

High School students may have a paying job in the community and receive up to 15 credits toward their diploma. We are constantly working with local employers to find meaningful and safe employment for our high school students. More information

Agriculture Training:  

A Green Certificate is an opportunity for students working in the agriculture sector to obtain 16 credits towards their high school diploma.  It is hands-on apprenticeship style training with specializations in Beekeeping, Cow/Calf, Dairy, Equine, Feedlot, Field Crop, Irrigated Field Crop, Sheep and Swine.  More information

Trades Apprenticeship:  

A Registered Apprentice Program (RAP) is an opportunity for students to gain experience in a trade and receive high school credits. RAP students are both full-time students and registered apprentices, dividing their time between an approved work site and their high school studies.  When the RAP apprentice finishes high school, they are automatically registered as a regular apprentice and the credit earned while in the RAP program is applied to his or her apprenticeship.  Some trades include gas fitting, carpentry electrical, plumbing, machinic, hair stylist, cook, and baker.  More information

College Dual Credit Programs:

Through a partnership between the Horizon School Division and Lethbridge College, MAP has been able to give students the opportunity to earn a college certificate in the Health Care Aide (HCA) program while working toward their high school diploma. Students successfully completing this program gain 30 credits towards their high school graduation, as well as a college certificate.  They take the college courses during the year alongside their other high school courses, and they take part in a practicum experience during the summer.  The HCA training prepares them for work in assisting individuals to meet basic needs and activities of daily living in long-term care, community settings, assisted living and acute care.  More information