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Start-up funding grant applications for 2022/2023 are now closed.
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Eligible school authorities were able to apply for one start-up funding grant up to $50,000 for dual credit opportunities for the 2022/2023 school year.
School authorities can use the grant to create new dual credit programming at any school or support existing programming at a new school within their authority.
When two school authorities partner, they apply together and designate one school authority as the lead. The lead authority will receive the funding and be responsible for managing it and reporting on behalf of the partners.
2022/2023 grant recipients
The following school authorities will receive a start-up grant for the 2022/2023 school year:
- Battle River School Division
- Black Gold School Division
- Buffalo Trails Public Schools
- Calgary Board of Education
- Calvin Christian School
- Canadian Rockies Public Schools
- Clearview School Division
- Chinook's Edge School Division
- Chiniki College Private High School Independent
- East Central Alberta Catholic School Division
- Edmonton Catholic Schools
- Elk Island Public Schools
- Foothills School Division
- Fort Vermilion School Division
- Greater St. Albert Catholic Schools
- Golden Hills School Division
- Harvest Baptist Academy
- Horizon School Division
- Kee Tas Kee Now Tribal Council Education Authority
- Lakeland Catholic School Division
- Lethbridge School Division
- Living Truth Christian School
- Livingstone Range School Division
- Medicine Hat Public School Division
- Northern Lights Public Schools
- Palliser Regional Schools
- Red Deer Catholic Regional Schools
- Rocky View Schools
- St. Albert Public Schools
- St. Paul School Division
- Stoney Nakoda - Tsuut'ina Tribal Council
- Sturgeon Public School Division
- Summit West Independent School
- Sunchild First Nation School
- Westmount Charter School
- Westwind School Division
- Wild Rose School Division
- Wolf Creek Schools
The following school authorities and schools were eligible to apply:
- First Nations/First Nation Education Authority
- public charter
- accredited funded independent (private)
The dual credit opportunity must:
- be new to the school authority or new to a school within the school authority
- align with students’ interests and needs
- connect to a local or provincial labour market need
- align with the dual credit description, guiding principles and criteria
- not be the same or similar to programming funded through other government grant funding
- not be connected to a high school upgrading course or post-secondary continuing education course or program
Start-up Grant Reporting Deadline: July 31 annually
School authorities must report on the dual credit start-up funding allocated for a school year. The report needs to identify:
- any partners who collaborated on the programming
- revenue and expenses for the school year
- a description of the learning opportunity
- promising practices that worked
- challenges that were addressed
- how many students participated
- next steps to sustain the programming
If school authorities have not spent the start-up grant funding they were allocated, it can be carried forward to the next school year. Once that school year ends, another report needs to be submitted for the reallocated amount.
The lead school authority is responsible for completing and submitting the report by using the interactive Dual Credit Start-up Funding Grant Reporting Template (PDF, 98 KB).
Connect with the Alberta Education Dual Credit program:
Hours: 8:15 am to 4:30 pm (open Monday to Friday, closed statutory holidays)
Email: [email protected]
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