Academy Of Inquiry and Adventure Okanagan

AIAO….

seeks to provide learning opportunities that develop exceptional literacy and numeracy competencies in students, while concurrently developing:

  • Social and Emotional Growth and Development
  • Cooperative Learning
  • Service Learning
  • Home-School Partnerships
  • Learning with Technology
  • Formative Assessment
  • Inquiry-based Approaches

The curriculum is meeting Ministry standards and learning outcomes in all curricular areas.

Inclusion and diversity will be a cornerstone of this program.

Principles

  • Learners at the center
  • The social nature of learning
  • Emotions as integral to learning
  • Recognizing individual differences
  • Stretching all students
  • Assessment for learning
  • Building horizontal connectedness

Learning Partnerships

  • City of Vernon
  • Junction Literacy
  • Okanagan Science Centre
  • Bishop Bird Sanctuary
  • Allen Brooks Nature Centre
  • Vernon District Immigrant Services Society
  • The Upper Room Mission
  • Okanagan College
  • University of British Columbia – Okanagan
  • Fresh Grade

Who may participate?

Grade 7,8,9,10,11,12 those interested might be:

  • homeschooled students who prefer a learning opportunity that is more communal and less isolated
  • learners with diverse and complex needs who presently not successful in classrooms that lean toward traditional practices and who live all over the school district.

You can register with your application by:

  • School District #22 students complete a transfer form​ starting at the school they are currently attending
    OR
  • Home school students register in person at Fulton

Link to School District #22 Registration Form​

Check out our website

https://sites.google.com/sd22learns.ca/aiao