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Established in 1972 and incorporated as a non-profit society in 2015, the Two Hills Adult Learning Council  functions to coordinate, encourage and promote lifelong learning within the community of Two Hills and the surrounding area. The Learning Council is funded by the Ministry of Advanced Education and operated by a volunteer board that provides direction to the director and oversees the program. 

Our Story

1 in 5 Adults in Alberta face daily literacy and numeracy challenges. Two Hills Adult Learning Council is dedicated to providing quality programs and services for all adult residents in the County of Two Hills to help make a difference.  Our main focus is providing classes and tutoring that enable individuals to improve their skills and their ability to function within society.  Types of classes range from basic English (Speaking, Reading and Writing), Math and Computer Use, to G.E.D and more advanced learning opportunities.  Check our Class Schedule for more details...

Meet The Board of Directors

Chairperson - Barb Boschman

Vice-Chair  - Gerry Horbasenko

2nd Vice-Chair - Lorette Tatarin

Treasurer/Secretary - Melissa McEachern

Director - Judy Rudkowskey

Director - Soren Odegard

Director - Lorraine Tupechka

Director - Tammy Pocock

Director - Sebastien Dutrisac

Meet The Staff

Executive Director - Dave Albrecht

Program Director - Margaret Penner

Instructor - Sharon Dyck

Instructor - Lyndsay Evanchuk

To create and maintain a vibrant learning community by building trusting relationships and networks with those we serve; various stakeholders, our funders, and other learning providers. 

Our Mission

Our Statement of Philosophy

The person who learns throughout their life is capable of adapting, and changing. Foundational learning includes: literacy and numeracy, English as a second language, and basic computer skills. It is these foundational skills that enable individuals:
  • to pursue further learning
  • to have satisfying and meaningful employment,
  • and to fully participate in Alberta's society and economy.