Frank Spragins High School offers a blend of assisted self-paced instruction and independent learning. Credits received through Frank Spragins are Alberta Learning credits and count towards a high school diploma. Frank Spragins students have access to most high school courses.


Dan Tulk


Where Everyone Belongs


At Frank Spragins High School, we care about students and want them to be successful. The school is founded on the belief that if students are given a structured alternative academic program in a safe, secure learning environment, they will strive for and experience success.

Our Program

Frank Spragins offers flexible scheduling, differentiated instruction, alternative education programs, and a safe and caring environment.  We welcome students who wish to complete all of their high school requirements or need to complete only a few credits. We can accommodate dual credit students, on campus students who require small group settings,  flexible hours (and evening hours) or students who have responsibilities outside of school.  Students who prefer to work off campus, are encouraged to communicate with their teachers via email, phone, or Google Classroom.  They can come in to pick up or drop off assignment modules, receive assistance with school work, or to drop in to meet with your off-campus coordinator or administrative team.  We welcome grade 9-12 students and graduated students who wish to upgrade courses.

Alberta High School Requirements

(100 credits in total)

  • 20 credits at the 30 level (including English and Social Studies)
  • A 20 Level Math
  • A 20 Level Science
  • Physical Education 10
  • CALM ( 3 credits)
  • 10 credits in CTS/Fine Arts
  • Other credits to total 100