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Curriculum

We are proud to offer a robust curriculum designed to meet the individual needs of each student at Quest Collegiate and Recovery Centres. Guidance counselors work with parents, students, and previous educational institutions to identify where students are in their academic journey and at what level of programming. We have adopted the Ontario Ministry of Education’s multi tiered approach to program intensity that includes open, applied, and academic level courses at the junior levels (Grades 9 and 10) and open, workplace, college, college/university, and university level courses in the senior years (Grades 11 and 12). The breadth of course offerings include mathematics, sciences, English, French as a second language, social sciences and humanities, Canadian and world studies, the arts, business studies, guidance and career education, civics, health and physical education, and technological education. Please refer to the Parent and Student Handbook for information about job shadowing, co-operative education, the Ontario Youth Apprenticeship program, and our e-learning program for credit recovery.

The recovery curriculum is developed between the student, parents or caregivers, recovery coaches, and administration. Recovery commitments must be agreed to in writing and executed as part of the daily curriculum. Family commitments are determined and incorporated into each student’s Recovery Plan.  Recovery plans are monitored for effectiveness and re-evaluated during regular feedback, as a result of changing circumstances, if a relapse risk is identified or if relapse has occurred. Please refer to the Parent and Student Handbook Relapse Prevention Policy for further information.