The Success Program is an after school program which assists students with homework and assignments. It operates from 3:15 to 4:00 p.m., Monday to Thursday. Students are supported by a teacher and committed student tutors.
Students may get involved in the program in three ways:
- Students may choose to attend
- Parents may request that their child attend
- Teachers may assign a student to the Success Program if they think it would be beneficial
The Outreach Program is available for drop-in in every block as an alternative learning space to provide students with additional support. All students can access the program with the permission of their classroom teacher. Our goal is to work with students and their teachers so that all learners at Moscrop can find success.
Core Support is a class designed for students who need extra support with regular classroom assignments, academic skill development and organization. Enrolment is screened through the School Based Resource Team. To be accepted, students must demonstrate good attendance and make a genuine effort in their regular classes. A letter grade is not given.
The aim of this program is to provide students with the broadest range of skills, experiences and knowledge to become as “work-ready” as possible. After finishing their grade 12 year, students receive a school-leaving certificate (Evergreen). The program curriculum encompasses modified academic studies in English, Social Studies, Math and Science, a Functional Living Skills program, career and personal planning. Students may participate in an in-school business within a classroom economy model and they may also participate in some adapted academic courses and adapted or modified electives.
Access provides support for exceptional learners. The program provides a wide range of supports throughout a student’s high school years. Individualized programs are designed in consultation with teachers, parents/guardians, educational assistants and outside agencies. The program includes integrated classes, work experiences, functional academics, and community-based life skills opportunities.
Moscrop Secondary provides a credited course to train interested senior students in becoming peer tutors. Peer tutors work in classes throughout the school and in the Learning Centre. Prospective peer tutors will undergo an application and screening process prior to being selected as a peer tutor.
The Alternate Program is a self-contained classroom which allows students the opportunity to find success in high school. Students work in small groups or on an individual basis on an adapted program with the goal of receiving a Dogwood Certificate. Admission is based on administrative approval.