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Academic Upgrading at Medicine Hat Campus

Coulee Collegiate provides a flexible and personalized approach to academic upgrading for high school and adult learners looking to complete a high school diploma or upgrade courses to meet college or university requirements. Courses are offered in-person and via flexible learning.

Located on the MHC campus in Medicine Hat, students benefit from a supportive learning environment with access to the same services and supports available to all Medicine Hat College students, including academic coaching and writing support, mental health and counselling, and childcare.

Coulee Collegiate is a collaborative effort between Prairie Rose School Division, Medicine Hat Public School Division and Medicine Hat College. Additional information can be found on the Coulee Collegiate website.

Step by Step Guide

Contact an MHC academic advisor. They are here to help answer any questions you have and support you through the application process.

After connecting with an advisor, fill out the Coulee Collegiate application form. If you need assistance, check back with your advisor and they would be happy to assist!

Available Courses

  • English Language Arts:  ENLA 0009, 0010-1, 0010-2, 0020-1, 0020-2, 0030-1, 0030-2
  • Social Studies:  SOST 0030-1, 0030-2
  • Biology 0020, 0030
  • Chemistry 0020, 0030
  • Math 0009, 0010C, 0020-1, 0020-2, 0030-1, 0030-2
  • Physics 0020, 0030
  • Science 0010

Services and Supports

Coulee Collegiate students have access to the same services and supports as all Medicine Hat College students! These include:

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