At Lethbridge College, we are all Kodiaks.
Our college community is here to support young learners – even before their post-secondary journey begins. We support life-long learning, and we encourage children and youth to explore a range of interests, make connections and be ready for the future.
The following programs give youth the opportunity to learn new skills, have fun and make new friends. Because at Lethbridge College, we are all Kodiaks, and we know that what happens next matters most.
Dual Credit Courses
Grades 10 to 12
Explore future career opportunities while earning credit for both your high school AND future Lethbridge College program by taking a dual credit course.
Grades 10 to 12 students can experience the college learning environment and get a head start with over 30 dual credit course options.
Fitness for K-12 students and teachers
Grades K-12 and Educators
The fitness and wellness experts at Lethbridge College’s Be Fit For Life Centre can bring their energy and knowledge to K-12 students or provide professional development to teachers. Age-appropriate sessions for students range from yoga and strength and conditioning to mental health and nutrition presentations. Professional development topics include: physical literacy; mindfulness; brain breaks for better learning; and move and play at recess. Be Fit for Life experts can visit your school or you can come to Lethbridge College’s campus. Sessions for up to 30 participants are available by the hour or in half- or full-day sessions.
Grades 10 to 12 and Educators
Exploratory programming encourages students to visit campus for a day and explore their program of choice. College instructors are on hand to deliver the programs, which help participants become more familiar with a field of study that interests them. Exploratory program offerings include Agriculture; Architecture and Design; Carpentry; Criminal Justice; Health Care; Media; Engineering Technology; Environmental Sciences; Virtual Reality; Welding; and more.
Your Partner in STEM
Grades K to 12
Teachers of K-12 science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) subjects can find free resources for their classrooms to help bring math and science concepts to life using tools of the trades. Teachers can access resources or collaborate with Lethbridge College instructors and industry partners to create unique learning experiences in STEM.
Grades 10 to 12
Developed by Alberta Agriculture and offered in partnership with Alberta Education and Lethbridge College, the Green Certificate agricultural training program helps students in grades 10 through 12 to develop skills needed to work on a farming operation. Students can learn specialized skills to work in a greenhouse, livestock operation, horse handling, beekeeping or crop farming.
Community Approach to Skills Development Training
Grades 8 to 12
Lethbridge College is proud to support this Canadian Mental Health Association program which provides students between 14 and 17 years old who are experiencing or have experienced mental wellness challenges the opportunity to develop marketable skills in areas including carpentry, small engine repair and welding. This program serves students from the Lethbridge area. Referrals are handled by CMHA Alberta South Region office.
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Explore Our Programs
Choose from over 60 certificates, diplomas, applied degrees and apprenticeships, many of which are nationally recognized and nationally accredited.