Programs of study

Find out more about what students learn in Alberta's K to 12 education system and get resources to support their learning.

Tools for parents

We recognize that parents play an important role in shaping the way their children view learning. As a parent, you understand more than anyone else how your child learns and processes information.

New LearnAlberta Parents will provide you with a better understanding of Alberta's curriculum and related information for your child. This tool can help you discover what your child is learning, how they are assessed and what resources are available to help them be successful throughout their educational journey.

Tools for teachers

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Programs of study

Aboriginal Studies

Career and Life Management

Career and Technology Foundations

Career and Technology Studies

English as an Additional Language (K to 12)

English Language Arts (K to 6)

English Language Arts (7 to 9)

English Language Arts (10 to 12)

Environmental and Outdoor Education


Fine Arts (1 to 6)

Fine Arts (7 to 9)

Fine Arts (10 to 12)

Francisation (Francophone Education)

French as a Second Language (4 to 6)

French as a Second Language (7 to 9)

French as a Second Language (10 to 12)

French Language Arts (M à 12)

Health and Life Skills

Information and Communication Technology

International Languages (K to 6)

International Languages (7 to 9)

International Languages (10 to 12)

Knowledge and Employability

Locally Developed Courses (LDCs)

Mathematics (K to 6)

Mathematics (7 to 9)

Mathematics (10 to 12)

Off-campus Education

Physical Education

Primary Grades (K to 3)

Science (K to 6)

Science (7 to 9)

Science (10 to 12)

Social Sciences (10 to 12)

Social Studies (K to 6)

Social Studies (7 to 9)

Social Studies (10 to 12)

Special Projects 10-20-30