Discover a diverse range of educational opportunities available throughout the County, catering to learners of all ages. Explore the following options that span from early childhood education to adult learning.
Beaver County is located in the Battle River School Division # 31, a diverse school division dedicated to fulfilling the vision "Every Student, Every Day, A Success."
- Holden Colony School (K-9) - Southwest of Holden
- Iron Creek Colony School (1-9) - South of Bruce
- Tofield Colony School (1-8) - South of Tofield
- Viking Colony School (K-9) - Northeast of Viking
Elk Island Catholic Schools (EICS), part of Alberta’s publicly-funded education system, proudly serves over 7,300 students in the communities of Camrose, Fort Saskatchewan, Sherwood Park, Strathcona County and Vegreville.
A small portion of Beaver County (west of Tofield and northeast of Ryley) is in the Elk Island Catholic Separate School Division. Residents who wish to enroll their children in an Elk Island Catholic school should contact the EICS Office at www.eics.ab.ca or call 780-467-8896 or 1-800-996-9982.
Holden Rural Academy (7-12) a rural Alberta charter high school.
Connecting the communities of Tofield, Ryley, Holden, Bruce, Viking & Kinsella with Learning.
Beaver County Community Adult Learning (CALP) can help you develop the skills you need to reach your educational, career & life goals.
Learning opportunities include small class and one on one help with reading, writing, basic math skills, digital skills (computers and other devices) and English language learning. Adult Learning also includes Community Capacity Building opportunities like the GED Exam preparation course and Resume and Career Workshops.
Beaver County CALP provides Learner Support Services on an appointment basis in Tofield, Ryley, Holden, and Viking.
These services include:
- Assistance with basic technology
- Assistance with forms
- Assistance with job searches, job applications, resumes and cover letters
- Information about post-secondary learning and financial aid
- Information on other learning opportunities
- Exam proctoring (monitor exams for online programs)
- Assistance with referrals to community support and services
For information about our programs and courses offered, contact CALP at 780-663-3730, or visit our NEW website www.beavercountycalp.ca.
Beaver County Community Adult Learning Program is funded by Alberta Advanced Education.
Beaver County CALP actively recruits tutors! The time commitment is small (two hours a week), but the impact on our learners is large!
One on One Foundational Skills Tutoring
One on one instruction in foundational skills that include reading, writing, basic digital skills, and basic numeracy skills. Once a match with a tutor is made, the learning plan (roadmap) is specifically designed to help the learner reach his or her goal.
English Language Learning (ELL) Tutoring
Learners are matched with a tutor with the skills to help the learner develop better communication (speaking, listening, reading, writing) skills in English. ELL tutoring is available to individuals whose first language is not English.
One on One Community Capacity Building Tutoring
Beaver County CALP offers a variety of Community Capacity Building opportunities where learners may require additional assistance to be successful. These opportunities include the GED preparation course. Learners are matched with a tutor to assist in the math, science or English composition and reading portion of the course. This Community Capacity Building tutoring is offered on a cost recovery basis.
We are looking for Beaver County CALP Board Members
The Beaver County Community Adult Learning Council (CALP) is seeking two public members to join our board. One individual will represent the east half of Beaver County and the other the west half of the County.
The Beaver County CALP Council sets direction in accordance with Government guidelines to support identified adult learning and family literacy needs for our Beaver County residents. Potential candidates have a vested interest in adult and family literacy and are familiar with learning needs in Beaver County. The Beaver County CALP Council meets a minimum of four times a year. Board members are reimbursed for reasonable expenses incurred in the execution of CALP duties and for mileage at the rate set annually by the County.
Interested individuals are asked to apply in writing outlining their volunteer experience and why they are interested in serving on the Beaver County Community Adult Learning Council. Letters of application may be submitted by email to Tracey Radley, CALP Chair or by mail at the Beaver County Office.
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Preschools and playgroups include Tofield Preschool Recreation Program, Little Monsters Playgroup (Tofield), Viking Preschool (Alberta Child and Family Services), Ryley's Tiny Tots Playgroup and Holden Parent Nursery Association.
Battle River Training Foundation provides access to college credit courses.