Valuing Diversity / Supporting Achievement

St. Anne values the diversity of our student population, and the gifts that all our students bring, and is committed to providing an environment of equity and respect for all people, which is inclusive of all learners. We strive to create a classroom in which all individual’s experiences and views are treated with respect. Our intentions are to work alongside you to shape a classroom space and teaching practice which appreciates, fosters and promotes values of human dignity, equity, non-discrimination and respect for diversity. Feel free to discuss any concerns or suggestions you have related to this with the St. Anne team.

If you have additional needs, including a disability affecting learning (called coding in Alberta’s system), being an English Language Learning student (ESL), and /or are experiencing any barriers to learning that are making school challenging we encourage you to make us aware of ways in which we can accommodate your needs.

Language Challenge

Students fluent in other Languages may qualify to write Language Challenge exams, through which they can earn up to fifteen credits. Please see Mr. Kuhn about these opportunities.

Barriers to Learning

The student services team is dedicated to helping students through any rough patches they may experience during their time at St. Anne. If you are experiencing or begin to experience financial hardship, instable housing, severe anxiety in school, please discuss this with your classroom teacher, one of the diverse learning teachers, an administrator, or our counsellor or success coach. We will do our best to provide or connect you to the services you need to manage these barriers and continue having a successful semester.

Learning Centre / Learning Commons

The St. Anne learning center, room 208, offers a five credit, 30-level class called Learning Strategies that any student is welcome to enroll in for improved academic success. The learning centre also offers free printing, quiet work spaces, and academic support from our diverse learning teachers.

Our learning commons is also a welcoming and productive environment where students can borrow books for pleasure or research, sign our Chrome books to assist with their studies, receive career advice and help setting for-credit off-campus education placements, and receive academic support from teachers, teaching assistants, and peer tutors.

Student Inclusion Groups

See the standard CCSD announcement regarding student groups.

Diverse Learning

Valuing Diversity / Supporting Achievement

St. Anne values the diversity of our student population, and the gifts that all our students bring, and is committed to providing an environment of equity and respect for all people, which is inclusive of all learners. We strive to create a classroom in which all individual’s experiences and views are treated with respect. Our intentions are to work alongside you to shape a classroom space and teaching practice which appreciates, fosters and promotes values of human dignity, equity, non-discrimination and respect for diversity. Feel free to discuss any concerns or suggestions you have related to this with the St. Anne team.

If you have additional needs, including a disability affecting learning (called coding in Alberta’s system), being an English Language Learning student (ESL), and /or are experiencing any barriers to learning that are making school challenging we encourage you to make us aware of ways in which we can accommodate your needs.

Language Challenge

Students fluent in other Languages may qualify to write Language Challenge exams, through which they can earn up to fifteen credits. Please see Mr. Kuhn about these opportunities.

Barriers to Learning

The student services team is dedicated to helping students through any rough patches they may experience during their time at St. Anne. If you are experiencing or begin to experience financial hardship, instable housing, severe anxiety in school, please discuss this with your classroom teacher, one of the diverse learning teachers, an administrator, or our counsellor or success coach. We will do our best to provide or connect you to the services you need to manage these barriers and continue having a successful semester.

Learning Centre / Learning Commons

The St. Anne learning center, room 208, offers a five credit, 30-level class called Learning Strategies that any student is welcome to enroll in for improved academic success. The learning centre also offers free printing, quiet work spaces, and academic support from our diverse learning teachers.

Our learning commons is also a welcoming and productive environment where students can borrow books for pleasure or research, sign our Chrome books to assist with their studies, receive career advice and help setting for-credit off-campus education placements, and receive academic support from teachers, teaching assistants, and peer tutors.

Student Inclusion Groups

See the standard CCSD announcement regarding student groups.