Program Details


My PATH scheduling works with a few different programs that are offered by Connections for Learning. Students and families have the opportunity to select from these options in order to complete their core academics:

Program Activities

My PATH works with community partners to provide high quality afternoon programming in the areas of physical education, arts, technology, and health education. 

My PATH students enjoy a diverse range of activities, including:

  • A variety of sports
  • Athletic development training
  • Outdoor education
  • Drama
  • Music
  • Musical theatre
  • Fine arts
  • Dance
  • Community leadership
  • STEM learning

In addition, My PATH covers many health topics, including:

  • Nutrition
  • Social-emotional learning
  • Philanthropy
  • Wellness
  • Personal/sexual health

View the My PATH Schedule

Program Considerations

While the My PATH program is open to all students in Grades 1-9 who register with Parkland School Division, its unique nature may not suit everyone.

Please consider the following to ensure My PATH is a good fit for your child:

  • Students selecting My PATH in conjunction with Stony Creek Core typically work in a multi-graded classroom.
  • Students often collaborate with their grade level peers, as well as with students in other grades.
  • The CFL learning facility is designed with multiple exits and open concept classrooms, with limited alternative learning spaces for one-on-one activities.
  • Multiple transitions happen within both the school day and the school year, requiring students to stay flexible and adjust independently. 
  • Classes may involve levels of noise and movement that are high enough to overwhelm students with sensory processing issues.
  • As it incorporates several cross-disciplinary projects, the My PATH schedule is not exactly the same every day, and less well-suited to students who desire (or require) routine.
  • Active travel is a big component of the afternoon programming, and students are expected to walk distances of up to 3km to an activity location.
  • Students are expected to complete subject requirements outside of the school environment, as much of the afternoon programming is off-site.
  • Students are expected to cooperate with adults who are new and unfamiliar to them on a regular basis.
  • Families are required to pay a $2,500 fee for the program ($250/month) per child.