The Community Learning Campus (CLC) is an innovative approach to high school, post-secondary, and community education.  The CLC addresses specific rural needs by sharing resources and working jointly with a variety of community groups and agencies.  The CLC is a joint venture between Olds College and Chinook’s Edge School Division (CESD) in collaboration with the Town of Olds, Mountain View County, and the University of Alberta.  Integrated with the Olds College Campus, the CLC consists of five multi-use facilities complete with integrated programming.

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Jun 18 - Deer Meadow Gr 5 Students Chemistry experiments with Carien Vandenberg

Part of the tour for the Deer Meadow Grade 5 students included an opportunity to try their hands at some experiments with Sydel Falkenburger from Olds College Centre for Innovation (OCCI). Both activities were directly related to the Grade 5 Science Curriculum.

Jun 18 - Walking on the Wetlands...

On Monday, June 16th Grade 5 students from Deer Meadow school enjoyed a tour of the wetlands at Olds College with Jane Reksten, Manager, Botanic Gardens and Treatment Wetlands. To read more about the Botanic Gardens and Wetlands at Olds College click here.

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Our mission is to create a universally recognized model for enhancing rural community capacity through meaningful partnerships that guarantee seamless, quality, accessible, and innovative education for all learners. Learn more »

Olds College Chinook's Edge School Division
In collaboration with the Town of OldsMountain View County and the University of Alberta