Kindergarten to Grade 12 learning follows Alberta Education's programs of study which outlines what Alberta students are expected to learn and do. Students' learning is cumulative. Ongoing assessments lets our students, their parents and teachers know what has been learned and what remains to be learned.

Parents and guardians are our students' primary educators. They play an important role in shaping the way children view learning. See this parent resource to discover what your child will learn, how they will be assessed and what supports are available.

Religious Education

Religious Education is an essential and integral part of our schools. It develops our students' knowledge, beliefs, skills and values to build a relationship with God. We deliver Religious Education within the tradition of the Catholic Faith Community which provides our students with experiences of prayer, faith, love and justice. Our teachers and students integrate gospel values into their daily activities and school and community service projects.

Essential Characteristics:

  • It is Trinitarian
  • It recognizes God as the creator and Jesus, his Son, who reveals God to us
  • It is based on Sacred Scripture and students' life experiences

Human Sexuality

The information on the teaching of human sexuality in grades 4–6, grades 7–9 and grades 10–12 is available in the following handbooks. They are provided to assist you in talking with your child about sexuality issues and with information regarding the human sexuality curriculum.

Indigenous Education

We work collaboratively with Alberta Education and the Indigenous community to support Indigenous students. We help Indigenous students maintain a strong link to their culture and heritage and learn important skills for lifelong success. We promote an appreciation for cultural diversity and engage Indigenous students academically and socially to increase class attendance, build their resilience and support high school completion. In addition, our Indigenous Education team provides:

  • Delivery of a cultural component in the context of instructional programs
  • Provision of academic support, as required, to Indigenous students
  • Provision of instructional programs on Indigenous history, traditions, art, beliefs and contemporary issues
  • Consultation regarding Indigenous issues
  • Support to district and school administrators regarding the needs of Indigenous students.