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Ross Sheppard is a school built on pride, tradition and excellence. We strive to provide our students with unlimited opportunities for involvement and achievement in academics, leadership, athletics and arts – but as a student, only you have the power to determine exactly how successful your high school experience will be. Make the most of your time here at Shep!
Assistant Principal Coordinators
Each student is assigned to one of four Assistant Principals, who act as coordinators for timetabling, achievement, attendance and discipline. Assistant Principal coordinators are assigned to students by last name.
Student last names A-D.......... Mr. Lyseng
Classes at Ross Sheppard operate on a Day A / Day B schedule. Classes begin at 9:00 a.m. and end at 3:24 p.m. each day. Students meet with their advisor during Block 1 on Day A.
* no early classes on Thursdays
Alberta Education High School Diploma Requirements
To earn an Alberta Education High School Diploma, a student must complete a minimum of 100 credits and meet the course/subject minimum requirements, as outlined in the table below. Parents and students should ensure that appropriate course selections are made in respect to a student's ability, interest and achievement in pre-requisite courses.
Minimum of 100 total credits