Remote Learning High School Programming


The Province of Manitoba is committed to working with education partners and stakeholders to enhance provincial remote learning opportunities for high school students across Manitoba.

The provincial remote learning strategy intends to bring together existing and new partnerships to create an integrated system of high school remote learning that complements existing community high schools offering English, French Immersion, and Français programs. Manitoba’s remote learning supports collective efforts to reduce and eliminate barriers to student success, and provide greater learning opportunities for students across the province. Remote learning high school programming will be:

      • available in English and French
      • flexible with synchronous and asynchronous learning options
      • authentic, relevant and inclusive learning experiences for students as per the guiding principles and strategies outlined in the Manitoba Remote Learning Framework
      • aligned with and will advance the principles of Mamahtawisiwin: The Wonder We Are Born With-An Indigenous Education Policy Framework
      • available for Manitoba students with or without robust access to Internet connectivity

For the 2023/2024 school year, lnformNet, Teacher Mediated Option (TMO), and Division scolaire franco-manitobaine (DSFM) will continue to operate remote learning programming for Manitoba students in Grades 9 to 12. All students and families can work with their school division to explore online course offerings and how they might complement the students’ high school studies.

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Meeting Manitoba students where they’re at

Remote learning programming creates safe, caring, and inclusive learning communities that are convenient and responsive to meet the diverse needs of Manitoba students. Students will access course materials, watch lectures, and complete assignments online or, in some cases, over the phone. The goal is to give students the flexibility they need to succeed.

Remote Learning in Manitoba

InformNet and the Teacher Mediated Option provide remote learning options for students in grades 9 –12.

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InformNet gives students the option to study on their schedule (asynchronous) or in scheduled online courses (synchronous). These courses will include daily instruction, assignments and evaluations from Manitoba certified teachers. InformNet offers a limited number of French Immersion courses. For more information and to register, please visit InformNet.

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Teacher Mediated Option

The Teacher Mediated Option courses provide students with a scheduled remote learning option (synchronous). While learning from a distance, students will attend a class session each week, at the same time as their instructor and classmates. Scheduled live classes, and tutorial sessions with Manitoba certified teachers, take place on a virtual platform, either online or by phone for those without access to a robust internet connection. For more information and to register, please visit the Teacher Mediated Option website.