Built in 1976, this public school sits on eight acres of land in the middle of the community. This sizable school has high expectations for learning and student behaviour, and fosters growth through a modernized facility with wired and wireless capacity and a modern computer lab featuring iMac computers.
This progressive Catholic school within Parkland provides an excellent fine arts program to all students. The program integrates the arts with regular academic subjects, allowing children to experience links between the arts and core subjects for a very active, inspiring learning environment
Located in nearby Queensland Downs, Wilma Hansen was constructed in 1983 and occupies nearly 11 acres. It has 20 classrooms, two computer labs, and rooms for industrial arts and home economics.
Lord Beaverbrook High School is located in the Acadia community. This popular school has stellar sports and arts programs, along with a strong educational foundation, and a very broad selection of extracurricular courses. Beaverbrook students enjoy a host of options when it comes to deciding on post-secondary career paths.
St. Bonaventure (7–9), Bishop Grandin (11–12), St. Cecilia (French Immersion, K–6), St. Matthew (French Immersion, 7–9).
Sam Livingston (K–4), Fairview (5–9), Dr. E.P. Scarlett (10–12)
Lake Bonavista (K–6)
Canyon Meadows (K–4), Robert Warren (5–9), Dr. E.P. Scarlett (10), William Aberhart (11–12)
Calgary offers a handful of excellent private schools, available to students in all age groups. The Foundation For The Future Charter Academy, Calgary Christian School, and Foothills Academy are all popular choices. Nearby to Calgary, the Strathcona-Tweedsmuir School is considered among the top 25 Canadian private schools.