Distance education means teaching and learning when students may not be required to be physically present at specific locations or times.
Instead, students communicate remotely with their teachers and complete course work using print and/or electronic materials. One of the major benefits of distance education is increased flexibility, which allows students to learn at their own pace and at times and locations convenient to them.
Over 600 Alberta schools (and over 40,000 students) use ADLC (Alberta Distance Learning Centre).
We are proud to offer access to the Alberta Distance Learning Centre at Queen Elizabeth High School. Students can take courses in modules and work at their own pace to complete it.
For more information, please go to www.adlc.ca or see Student Services.