Engaged Learners

aerial view of the site of the Engaged Learners Program

The Engaged Learners Program is a second chance for students 15 to 21 years of age who have dropped out of high school and is a stepping stone to continuing their studies in trades and/or to complete high school. The program, located at a camp on the shores of First Cranberry Lake, is open to all Frontier students. 

Students participate in 6-to-10 day sessions throughout the school year where coursework focuses on building skills for employment and upgrading math and English competency. Additionally, they have the opportunity to select from a variety of trade-related programming including:

  • Carpentry
  • Culinary arts
  • Hair-dressing
  • Power mechanics
  • Welding

The Engaged Learners Program includes Elder visits, Indigenous cultural workshops and activities, and counsellor support.


Engaged Learners Program booklet 

Engaged Learners Application *Print and fill out

Engaged Learners Application *fillable form

For more information, please contact:

Matt Lind
Engaged Learners Program Coordinator