District Programs

​​CEAP offers a wide range of cohort and special programs to students, consisting of:

TIDES Flyer for 2017-2018 year.jpg​​TIDES Grade 8/9 Program:   CEAP TIDES is a program for learners who want their education to be based on experiential learning, connected to themes such as outdoor learning, sustainability and adventure learning.   Concepts and skills will be integrated into cross-curricular learning experiences, with all core subjects completed over the  10 month school session. Students in this program are independent learners who must attend in our classroom at KSS, on 3 designated 1/2 days per week, and complete 2 days of independent e-learning.   Provisions can be made for students to attend school on e-learning days, in our learning suppport room, to receive support for  learning or complete their e-learning.  Students are provided with learning resources and access to e-learning applications.    

TIDES Flyer for 2017-2018 year.pdf


TIDES GRADUATION PROGRAM 10-12:  This TIDES program​ is an extension of our very popular TIDES 8/9 program.   It is designed for learners who want their education to be based on experiential learning, ​connected to themes such as outdoor learning, sustainability and adventure learning.   Cooncepts and skills will be integrated into cross-curricular learning experiences and course credits granted will range depending upon the grade.  The TIDES Grad Program will address a MINUMUM of 4 course credits over the course of the year.  

10-12 TIDES Flyer for 2017-2018 year.pdf


​ROAMS (Rivers, Oceans and Mountains School): The ROAMS program is designed for Grade 11 or 12 students who have a strong personal interest in community and adventure recreation. It is an experiential or “hands on” program, based almost exclusively away from the school, in many settings including outdoors, in a variety of seasons during the second semester.

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VISSP (Vancouver Island Student Ski Patrol Program): Vancouver Island School Ski Patrol Program (VISSPP) is a joint project between School Districts 69, Mt. Washington Ski Patrol, Mt. Cain Society, and North Island College. The program involves a strong commitment, intense first aid training, academic work, and an advanced ski-snowboard skill set.

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ALP (Aquatics Leadership Program): In association with Ravensong Auatic Centre, in QUallicum Beach, BC,  The Aquatic Leadership Program is designed to provide eligible Grade 11/12 students with comprehensive training in Aquatic and Recreational Leadership. Full participation in this Semester 2 program will result in candidates gaining full lifeguarding certification.

Aquatic Leadership Program 17-18 info sheet.pdf

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Dance Focus Electives Program: Our Grade 8 – 12 Dance Focus Program allows students who are enrolled in community-based dance programs to gain high school course-credits for their participation, learning and involvement in dance programs occurring outside of the normal school environment.

Dance information sheet for 17-18.pdf

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HORSE RIDING AND EQUINE CARE FOCUS EDUCATION PROGRAM (for 2017-2018)

This program is designed to accommodate the schedules of intensive horse riders / jumpers and equine care-takers that require a number of hours to pursue their passion while gaining school credit for a number of activities they complete in this field.   This is NOT a school district program or academy, but rather a way that school district 69 can provide educational support for students in this field while working in a cooperative manner with barn owners and riding school operators.   

Equine information sheet for 2017-2018.pdf

football.jpgFOOTBALL PLAYING AND TRAINING FOCUS PROGRAM (for 2017-2018)

This program is designed to accommodate the schedules of intensive football focused athletes that require a number of hours to pursue their passion while gaining school credit for a number of activities they complete in this field.   This is NOT a school district academy, but rather a way that school district 69 and CEAP can provide educational support for students in this field while working in a cooperative manner with the Ballenas football program.    

This program can accommodate students from Grade 9 to Grade 12, and will use primarily out of the timetable hours to meet course learning outcomes (with the exception of one in timetable class suggested in semester one of grade 10).   Hours spent in football related activities can be used as credit for up to two courses depending upon the grade.   The sample schedule for 2017-18 would see semester one focusing on attendance at a combination of practice and play, and semester two focusing on on-site and off-site training, community involvement, and exploring numerous opportunities to explore potential careers related to the sport of football.   

football information sheet for 2017-2018.pdf
swim.pngSWIM TRAINING PROGRAM (2017-2018)

This program is designed to accommodate the schedules of intensive swimming focused athletes that require a number of hours to pursue their passion for swimming while gaining school credit for a number of activities they complete in this field of interest. This is NOT a school district academy, but rather a way that School District 69 and CEAP can provide educational support for students in this field while working in a cooperative manner with the Ravensong Aquatic Club.


This program can accommodate students from Grade 9 to Grade 12, and will use primarily out of the timetable hours to meet course learning outcomes.  Hours spent in swimming related activities can be used as credit for up to two courses depending upon the grade.  The sample schedule for the 2017-2018 provides you with an idea of the program's scope and sequence.

Swim Program info sheet 2017-2018.pdf