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High School Programming (Grades 10-12)

High schools within EPSB offer curricular programming according to the Alberta programs of study, but the delivery of these courses is unique to each school. McNally's academic programming is based on curriculum determined by Alberta Education, but a school’s focus, optional courses and activities will vary depending on how it is organized to meet student needs. Visit the different sections of our website or our Program Guide to learn more about what McNally has to offer!

“Nothing but the best” is our motto. Excellence is what we strive for in school programming and school culture.

  • Portable computer labs (Chromebooks and laptops) with Epson Boards in most classrooms
  • Annual Dance and Fine Arts showcases and our Band concerts and Band Coffee House events
  • Learning Resource Centre
  • Focus on 21st century digital literacies and competencies
  • Multiple science labs
  • Annual participation in numerous academic competitions (skills, science and math)
  • Award-winning theatre productions and opportunities for participation in technical production and/or performance
  • Musical groups like concert band, jazz ensemble and choir
  • Community Care Campus EPSB Program
  • Tiger PAWse for leadership, wellbeing, academic extensions, and career pathway development


Alberta High School Diploma

To earn an Alberta High School Diploma, students must earn a minimum of 100 credits within a variety of categories. McNally's course pathways within the regular academic, IB, and Business and Innovation programs and complimented by our Off-Campus, and Campus EPSB opportunities are all geared towards achievement of the Alberta High School Diploma.

Please visit Edmonton Public School's Alberta High School Diploma page for a detailed breakdown of how this credential can be avhieved.