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Calgary School District No 19 or the Calgary Board of Education CBE is the public school board in Calgary, Alberta, Canada As a public system, the CBE is required to accept any students who meet age and residency requirements, regardless of religion It was founded in 1885 as the Calgary Protestant Public School District No 19

Contents

  • 1 Size
  • 2 Governance
  • 3 Special programs
    • 31 French as the primary language of instruction
  • 4 Schools
    • 41 Senior high schools
    • 42 Primary schools
  • 5 See also
  • 6 Notes
  • 7 References
  • 8 External links

Size

Statues by Mario Armengol outside the CBE's former headquarters

In terms of student population and school count, the CBE is the largest school board in Alberta, and over twice the size of the other major school district board in Calgary, the Calgary Catholic School District CCSD, which teaches mainly, but not exclusively, Catholic students The other two districts based in the city, both Francophone, are a fraction of the size of the CBE with only a handful of schools each In land area, the CBE is the smallest of the four Calgary districts, as its territory is limited to municipal limits of Calgary although its area is only slightly smaller than that of the CCSD As the city limits have expanded, the CBE boundary has remained in sync All CBE land overlaps the other three districts

The CBE operates 226 schools in grades K-12 Non-adult student enrollment was 111,518, there is an additional enrollment of 2,982 for continuing education which is CBE-Learn and Chinook Learning A total Enrollment of 114,472 in Sept 2014 The operating budget was $13 billion for the 2015/16 fiscal year

Governance

A group of seven elected trustees govern the CBE Each trustee represents two wards in the city They are elected every four years, in the regular municipal election In the election, Calgary voters can only vote for a trustee to one not both of the two main school boards The last election was in October 2013 The public CBE and Catholic CCSD systems operate independently of each other, and are both under the direct authority of the provincial government of Alberta

Long serving Trustee and Chair of the Board, Pat Cochrane declined to run in the 2013 municipal elections Cochrane was first elected in 1999 and has devoted much effort and time to the causes of Public Education Fellow trustee George Lane was defeated by a wide margin in Wards 6 & 7

Special programs

The CBE operates a number of special programs, usually, but not always operated out of regular schools with regular instruction

The CBE operates an adult and continuing education program through Chinook Learning Services It offers High School Upgrading, Continuing Education and adult English as a Second Language ESL programs

The Louise Dean Centre is a school specifically designed for female students that become pregnant before completing high school It provides daycare for the children, flexible schedules for the students, and special counseling

The CBE's Gifted and Talented Education GATE program assists qualified students with more advanced instruction GATE compacts and accelerates the typical curriculum It also provides extra experts and mentors Currently, nine CBE schools offer the GATE program

In 2003, the CBE opened the board's only all-female school, Alice Jamieson Girls' Academy In the same year, over the board's objections, the Calgary Girls' School CGS public charter school was also opened; but as a charter school, CGS is run independently of the CBE Both schools teach grades 4-9, and are founded on the premise that females learn differently from boys, and will under-perform for social reasons when in the presence of male peers

In 2011, the CBE opened the board's first all-male alternative program, based in the Sir James Lougheed School The program teaches grades K-5, and similar to the all-girls schools - the program is founded on the premise that boys learn differently from girls, and they may behave differently in order to meet "macho" expectations, and that they require a more active, hands-on teaching style

French as the primary language of instruction

The board also operates a French immersion program in a limited number of schools The program is geared mainly for English-speaking families who wish their children to become fully fluent in French It offers early and late adoption programs

Up until 2000, the CBE also provided French instruction as the primary language of instruction to children from French families who didn't need or want immersion When the Greater Southern Francophone School Board was formed in 2000, the CBE relinquished its authority over such schools, and handed over what was then known as Ecole Queen's Park its only such school at the time to the Francophone board

Schools

Senior high schools

Western Canada High School is the oldest and largest school operated by the CBE

In Alberta, a senior high school teaches grades 10-12 However, some may not teach all three grades Also, some are combined with junior high schools, which teach grades 7-9 The following is a list of senior high schools operated by the CBE as of 2005, taken from the CBE's complete list The board divides the city into five areas

School Name Grades Area Location
Alternative High School
at Clinton Ford Centre
10-12 IV 5003 - 20 St SW
Bowness High School 10-12 I 4627 - 77 St, NW
Centennial High School 10-12 V 55 Sun Valley Blvd, SE
Central Memorial High School 10-12 IV 5111 - 21 St, SW
Crescent Heights High School 10-12 II 1019 - 1 St, NW
Dr EP Scarlett High School 10-12 V 220 Canterbury Dr, SW
Ernest Manning High School 10-12 IV 20 Springborough Boulevard SW
Forest Lawn High School 10-12 III 1304 - 44 St, SE
Henry Wise Wood High School 10-12 V 910 - 75 Avenue, SW
Jack James High School 10-12 III 5105 - 8 Avenue, SE
James Fowler High School 10-12 II 4004 - 4 St, NW
John G Diefenbaker High School 10-12 II 6620 - 4 St, NW
Lester B Pearson High School 10-12 III 3020 - 52 St NE
Lord Beaverbrook High School 10-12 V 9019 Fairmount Dr, SE
Nelson Mandela High School 10-12 III 45 Saddletowne Circle NE
Robert Thirsk High School 10-12 I 8777 Nose Hill Drive NW
Sir Winston Churchill High School 10-12 I 5220 Northland Dr, NW
Western Canada High School 10-12 IV 641 - 17 Avenue, SW
William Aberhart High School 10-12 II 3009 Morley Trail, NW
Combined Junior and Senior High Schools
School Name Grades Area Location
Juno Beach Academy of Canadian Studies
at Dr Norman Bethune School
7-12 V 315 - 86 Avenue, SE
Louise Dean Centre 7-12 II 120 - 23 St NW
National Sport School
9-12 IV Suite 101 - 151 Canada Olympic Rd, SW
Queen Elizabeth Junior/Senior High School 7-12 II 512 - 18 St, NW
Online School
School Name Grades Area Location
CBe-learn
at Career and Technology Centre
7-12 All 2336 53 Avenue SW
Career and Technology Centres
School Name Grades Area Location
Career and Technology Centre
at Lord Shaughnessy High School
7-12 All 2336 53 Avenue, SW

The CBE, in 2010, launched the CBE Chief Superintendent's Student Advisory Council - a group of high school students with student representation from each of the CBE's high school programs They meet regularly with the CBE's Chief Superintendent, David Stevenson, to discuss issues in the system and propose solutions

Primary schools

Rideau Park School first opened in 1930

See also

  • List of Alberta school boards
  • List of high schools in Alberta

Notes

  1. ^ List of Schools
  2. ^ Budget Information
  3. ^ 2015 Enrollment Count
  4. ^ About the CBE
  5. ^ Ward, Tom 1975 Cowtown : an album of early Calgary Calgary: City of Calgary Electric System, McClelland and Stewart West p 392 ISBN 0-7712-1012-4 
  6. ^ http://wwwcbeabca/about-us/about-the-cbe/Pages/Facts-and-Figuresaspx] Facts about the CBE
  7. ^ "Archived copy" Archived from the original on 2005-04-28 Retrieved 2005-08-09 
  8. ^ "Area Offices - Leadership - CBE" wwwcbeabca Retrieved 2015-09-14 
  9. ^ Empowering Student Voice Information Package
  10. ^ White, Ryan 2013-07-03 "Recovery effort underway at Rideau Park School" CTV News Calgary Retrieved 2017-03-13 

References

  • "CBE will lose only Francophone school" By Colette Derworiz, Joe Bachmier, Calgary Herald Calgary, Alta: May 4, 2000 pg B10

External links

  • The official site of the Calgary Board of Education
  • CBe-learn Online School
  • Chinook Learning Services

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