Black Gold Regional Schools has a goal of meeting the needs of all our students in this ever changing world. We offer families a multitude of choices in educational programming for their student.
Elementary Programming - consists of early entry, kindergarten, dual track (French Immersion and English) in Beaumont and some Leduc Schools, English as a second language and Catholic Religious studies in Beaumont Schools. Our inclusive schools provide a program for all learners in a safe and caring learning environment led an outstanding team. Our team includes classroom teachers, educational assistants, program consultants and central office staff all committed to ensure the best possible education for your children.
Junior High Schools - offer regular programming with French Immersion offered in Beaumont and Leduc. As well as offering a well rounded extra-curricular program they offer some exclusive sports program focusing on excellence.
High School programs - are rich in opportunity. Diploma marks in our high schools are consistently higher than the provincial average. All of our schools offer a full range of academic programming and some offer specialty programming. They offer off-campus education such as Work Experience and the Registered Apprenticeship Program with opportunities to blend programs within some schools. All schools offer an extensive extra-curricular program that will meet your students’ needs.
Two of our larger high schools have unique programs;
- Ecole Beaumont Composite High School is unique in that it is a dual track school with French Immersion and English for academic courses. It also offers CTS, band, drama and an extensive extra-curricular program and specialty programs that meet the needs of all students.
- Leduc Composite High School is unique in that it has an extensive CTS program and is excellent in music and drama programming. It also provides an Advanced Placement program (AP), and specialty programs that meet the needs of all students.
Out Reach School - offers programs for those students who prefer to manage their own time and work at their own pace. They offer a full or part-time complement of educational courses that lead to a high school diploma.
Home-based Education - supports parents’ choice: home education and/or blending programs with your local school to meet diverse student needs.
Summer School - is offered annually in Leduc Composite High School and includes academic courses, physical education and off-campus courses such as Work Experience and the Registered Apprenticeship Program (RAP).