Royal West Campus offers individuals aged 18 and over the opportunity to study in a format that suits their busy lifestyles. The Royal West advantage includes continuous-intake, continuous-progress, self-paced learning; daily student intake until the end of March; teacher-facilitated independent programming and a calm, peaceful atmosphere in which to study.
ADULT 12 PROGRAM
The Adult 12 program permits students, who are either 18 years of age and have been out of school for at least one year or 19 years of age or older, to obtain Grade 12 standing by successfully completing the following courses without having prerequisites: English A30, English B30, History 30 or Native Studies 30, a Grade 11 or Grade 12 Math, a Grade 11 or Grade 12 Science and two Grade 12 electives. Modified courses are acceptable and available.
UPGRADING FOR POST-SECONDARY EDUCATION
Royal West offers individuals who are planning for post-secondary education the opportunity to take the courses that they need for entrance. Whether to boost their overall average for admission or to fulfill a course requirement for a specific program, students will find what they are looking for at Royal West.
Royal West Early Learning Centre is a daycare for infants to five-year-olds. The Early Childhood Educators strive to provide quality, developmentally age appropriate programming. Call (306) 683-8390 for information.
The EAL Life program is for recently arrived English as an Additional Language (EAL) students who are 18-22 years of age. Candidates for this program have limited literacy skills in their first language due to a lack of opportunity to attend formal school and no or low English skills. Because of this interrupted formal education, these students experience difficulty in mainstream EAL classes or in a traditional high school setting.
WHAT OUR STUDENTS SAY
"It feels different at Royal West. You actually have a relationship with your teacher here. Teachers respect us and believe in us."
"I like how this school is very welcoming, treats you like family. Yes it is simple, it feels like home. It feels safe and I'm allows to be me… no questions asked."
"I didn't know what I wanted for myself and really didn't believe I was worth anything. I don't feel like that at Royal West. Here I matter and the teachers and staff make me a priority. It is like family. Everyone works hard to help everyone see their own success."
"Every day I see new people in my classes as well as those who were with me months ago. Other schools I would see less and less students as the year went on because people drop out. Here, the door is always open and students are always welcomed when they walk through."