The Challenges program is an adapted curriculum aimed at fostering the social integration of students aged 16 to 21 with moderate to severe intellectual impairments.
The curriculum focuses on the core subjects (English, Math, Social Studies and French) as well as social integration and preparing for the job market. Students will complete work placements in year 3, 4 and 5, and will receive a Challenges Attestation upon completion of the program. These students are active participants in school life. Placement in the Challenges Program is determined by the School Board.