Edge School

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Edge School
Edge School Logo.png
Rockyview County, Alberta, T3Z 1L4
Coordinates 51°05′40″N 114°21′30″W / 51.0945413°N 114.3582538°W / 51.0945413; -114.3582538
School type Private/Independent
Founded 1999
Status Open
Principal Keith Taylor
Grades K–12
Enrollment 300+
Average class size 14
Language English
Campus Rural
Houses Everest, Kilimanjaro, Logan, and Makalu
Athletics Basketball, Dance, Figure Skating, Golf, Hockey, Soccer

Edge School is a private school located in the Rocky View County, just west of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Edge School offers training in dance, golf, hockey, soccer, figure skating, basketball, and a flex program for students who would like to pursue a sport other than those currently offered. Edge follows a three-sphere philosophy – academics, athletics and character development - which aims to prepare students for either post secondary education or a career in their chosen sport.[1]


The school was founded in 1999 by Brent Devost, and combines athletics with a strong emphasis on academics.

In 2008, Edge built a new 170,000 square foot facility with complete academic amenities and a state-of-the-art sports complex.[2]

Jim Davidson Sports Complex[edit]

The Jim Davidson Sports Complex is a world-class athletic, recreational and community-use facility. Inside the 90,000 sq. ft. complex there are 2 NHL-sized arenas, Founders & Alumni Lounge, gymnasium with 2 NBA-sized courts, high-performance training centre, 3 professional dance studios, golf centre, and a sports medicine clinic.[3]



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Coordinates: 51°05′42″N 114°21′22″W / 51.095°N 114.356°W / 51.095; -114.356