Life in Alberton - Education
Holland College has a campus in Alberton located at the corner of Main and Church Streets. Programs offered at this location include Sport and Leisure Management (certificate and diploma programs), Welding Level 1, Outdoor Power Equipment, Administrative Assistant, Small Business Management, Practical Nursing, Resident Care Worker, and Adult Education.
Alberton is serviced by both English language (which also provides French Immersion) and French language school boards. For English language students, Alberton Elementary School (located within Alberton) offers grades 1-6 and a publicly funded kindergarten program is ran out of the school as well. For grades 7-9, students are bussed to nearby Merritt E. Callaghan Intermediate School and then to Westisle Composite High School for grades 10-12. More information on these schools can be obtained by contacting the Western School Board. For more information on French language schools, contact La Commission scolaire de langue francaise.
Alberton Public Library is a full service library with magazines, periodicals, children's section, and fiction and not-fiction books. It also has videos and talking books and anything that is not on site, can be requested. In addition to its wide variety of books, the library has four computers for public use.
Kids West is a non-profit organization that offers family focus programs and services that provide support resources, training and information for parents and their children (ages 0-6 years) in the West Prince Area. All services are free of charge.
Public Computer and Internet access
Public computer and Internet access is available year round at the town hall to serve you with public computers, internet access, as well as the use of word processing programs, educational programs, games, etc. There are also printers and scanners for everyone to use.