The Independent Learning Centre (ILC) is a classroom where students complete high school courses at their own pace, with limited teacher direction.
Students at LCI may complete courses in the ILC for a variety of reasons, which include, but are not limited to the following:
- A course they desire to take is not offered in the LCI timetable.
- A timetable conflict prevents them from taking a desired course.
- Attendance issues have impacted their ability to complete a course in a traditional classroom.
Some of the more popular courses are:
- HCS3000 – Workplace Safety Systems (1 credit)
- Career and Life Management (CALM) 20 (3 credits)
- Forensic Science (3 or 5 credits)
- Variety of Psychology courses (3 credits)
At LCI, instruction within a traditional classroom is always preferred, but the ILC is available for students as needed. A referral to the ILC is usually coordinated through an administrator or counsellor in conjunction with the ILC teacher.