We educate and empower students from kindergarten to Grade 12 through our mission of Living and Learning in our Catholic Faith.

CCSD is the largest Catholic school district in Alberta, serving more than 55,000 students in 109 schools located in Calgary, Airdrie, Cochrane, Chestermere and Rocky View County.

Number of Schools

Total number: 109
Elementary: 52
Elementary / Junior High: 38
Junior / Senior High: 3
Junior High: 5
Senior High: 9
Special Education: 2

Number of Students

Total number: Over 55,000 students

Staffing (numbers reflect both full and part time staff)

Total Number: 5,183
Instructional Staff: 3,350
Support Staff: 1,335
Caretaking Staff: 318
Exempt Staff: 164
Senior Officers: 8
Trustees: 7

Combined Annual Education Results Report (AERR) & Three-Year Education Plan

The annual education results are published each year in accordance with Alberta Education requirements.
CCSD Report
2014-2015 AERR

Annual Report

Calgary Catholic’s Annual Report shares an overview of CCSD’s accomplishments.
Annual Report 2015 - 2016

Shepherd Leadership

The district launched this re-imagining initiative based on a concept outlined in the book, Shepherd Leadership (McCormick, Davenport, 2003). Shepherd leadership is a shared leadership style in which all members of the community share responsibility for moving the district forward in a way that is committed to service and relationships that demonstrate “what it looks like when the best happens.”

To recognize employees at the district who model the qualities of a Shepherd Leader, in 2008 the Shepherd Leadership Award was created. Any employee in the district may be nominated for the award by colleagues or students. The award recipients are then selected by a committee and are recognized in front of all district staff at the annual Faith Day event in October.

About Us

We educate and empower students from kindergarten to Grade 12 through our mission of Living and Learning in our Catholic Faith.

CCSD is the largest Catholic school district in Alberta, serving more than 55,000 students in 109 schools located in Calgary, Airdrie, Cochrane, Chestermere and Rocky View County.

Number of Schools

Total number: 109
Elementary: 52
Elementary / Junior High: 38
Junior / Senior High: 3
Junior High: 5
Senior High: 9
Special Education: 2

Number of Students

Total number: Over 55,000 students

Staffing (numbers reflect both full and part time staff)

Total Number: 5,183
Instructional Staff: 3,350
Support Staff: 1,335
Caretaking Staff: 318
Exempt Staff: 164
Senior Officers: 8
Trustees: 7

Combined Annual Education Results Report (AERR) & Three-Year Education Plan

The annual education results are published each year in accordance with Alberta Education requirements.
CCSD Report
2014-2015 AERR

Annual Report

Calgary Catholic’s Annual Report shares an overview of CCSD’s accomplishments.
Annual Report 2015 - 2016

Shepherd Leadership

The district launched this re-imagining initiative based on a concept outlined in the book, Shepherd Leadership (McCormick, Davenport, 2003). Shepherd leadership is a shared leadership style in which all members of the community share responsibility for moving the district forward in a way that is committed to service and relationships that demonstrate “what it looks like when the best happens.”

To recognize employees at the district who model the qualities of a Shepherd Leader, in 2008 the Shepherd Leadership Award was created. Any employee in the district may be nominated for the award by colleagues or students. The award recipients are then selected by a committee and are recognized in front of all district staff at the annual Faith Day event in October.

Living and learning in our catholic faith