Our School

Grades Taught

Grades 7-12


Wetaskiwin Outreach School is located in the City of Wetaskiwin and draws students from the city as well as the surrounding acreage and agricultural communities, in addition to the town of Millet. Wetaskiwin Outreach School is home to students in Grades 7-12. Students in grade 7, 8, and 9 attend our site through a WRPS district referral process. Wetaskiwin Outreach is a flexible learning environment that seeks to develop strengths-based programming in relationship with students and families. We co-create an education plan for engagement and attendance. Our flexible model is tailored to have the programming fit the student. Students in grades 10-12 may attend Wetaskiwin Outreach as their school of choice or concurrently from another WRPS high school.


At Wetaskiwin Outreach we ensure a welcoming, caring, respectful and safe learning environment that respects diversity and fosters a sense of belonging. We are a credit based High School program which allows students an independent, flexible learning environment. Students complete a variety of High School courses for credit towards a High School Diploma or Certificate of High School Completion. 


Jon Meyers


Brittany Ouellette - Vice Principal


Outreach - Discovering Our Own Potential.


Together, we will support, empower, and engage students on their own learning path.


Together we will remove barriers so our students will learn and find success.  In doing so, we will:

  • Partner with students and families to co-create a personalized education plan
  • Increase student confidence and motivation for learning
  • Support students in engaging in course content at an individualized pace and pathway
  • Provide students with meaningful education and schooling experiences
  • Improve student achievement in academic subjects and completion of diploma requirements
  • Improve student self-discipline and independence in learning
  • Improve student learning strategies
  • Provide one-on-one assistance to students in a positive learning environment
  • Provide flexible program options for students


Staff work in collaboration to establish a partnership with students and families to support meaningful schooling and academic experiences for students.

Supply Lists

Wetaskiwin Outreach School students will need binders, loose leaf paper and dividers for their courses as well as a supply of pens, pencils and erasers.

Any students taking Phys. Ed. are required to have a pair of clean gym shoes with non-marking soles.

Math 10-C, Math 20-1, and Math 30-2 students will need a Texas Instrument Calculator in one of the following models:

TI83 or
TI83 Plus Silver Edition
TI84 Plus or
TI84 Plus Silver Edition