Edmonton Catholic School District

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Edmonton Catholic School District
Edmonton Catholic Separate School District No. 7
Edmonton Catholic School District Logo.svg
Location
9807-106 Street
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Canada
Coordinates 53°32′9″N 113°30′9″W / 53.53583°N 113.50250°W / 53.53583; -113.50250Coordinates: 53°32′9″N 113°30′9″W / 53.53583°N 113.50250°W / 53.53583; -113.50250
District information
Grades K-12
Superintendent Joan Carr
Chair of the board Becky Kallal
Schools 88
Budget CA$397.0[1] million (2012-2013)
Students and staff
Students 35,546[2]
Other information
Elected trustees Becky Kallal, ward 71
Larry Kowalczyk, ward 72
Cindy Olsen, ward 73
Debbie Engel, ward 74
John Acheson, ward 75
Marilyn Bergstra, ward 76
Laura Thibert, ward 77
Website www.ecsd.net

Edmonton Catholic Separate School District No. 7 or the Edmonton Catholic School District (ECSD) is the Catholic school board in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

Size[edit]

In size the Edmonton Catholic School District has 35,546 students, 1,910 certificated staff, and 1,238 classified staff. ECSD has a total of 88 schools.

History[edit]

In 1888, three nuns from the order of the Faithful Companions of Jesus began teaching 23 Catholic students in the very first Catholic school in Edmonton. In August 1888, Edmonton Catholic parents applied to organize a separate school district for their children. In October of that same year three sisters from the Faithful Companions of Jesus sailed from France to open a convent and a school in Edmonton. They began teaching at the newly formed St. Joachim Catholic School on 2 November 1888. That first year the sisters taught 23 students. At that time compulsory schooling began at age seven and was complete by the age of 12.[3] From then they have grown from one school with 23 students to 88 schools with more than 35,000 students.

Programs[edit]

Early Learning[edit]

Edmonton Catholic Schools offers a pre-Kindergarten program for children aged 3 1/1 and 4 1/2 called the 100 Voices program which is available at a number of different schools in the district.[4]

Language[edit]

The Edmonton Catholic School District offers a number of language programs.[5]

Immersion and Bilingual Programs:

Language and Culture Programs:

  • Filipino
  • Italian
  • Japanese
  • Latin
  • Spanish
  • Ukrainian
  • Nehiyaw Pimatisiwin Cree

Schools[edit]

In total, there are 88 schools under the jurisdiction of Edmonton Catholic Schools: 52 elementary schools, 13 elementary/junior high schools, 12 junior high schools, one elementary/junior/senior high school, one junior/senior high school, 8 senior high schools, and one alternative education services site.

Elementary[edit]

  • Anne Fitzgerald
  • Annunciation
  • Archbishop Joseph MacNeil
  • Ben Calf Robe/St. Clare
  • Bishop Greschuk
  • Bishop Savaryn
  • Father Leo Green
  • Frère Antoine
  • Good Shepherd
  • Grandin
  • Holy Cross
  • Holy Family
  • J.H. Picard
  • John Paul I
  • Katherine Therrien
  • Mary Hanley
  • Monsignor Fee Otterson
  • Monsignor William Irwin
  • Mother Teresa
  • Our Lady of Mount Carmel
  • Our Lady of Peace
  • Our Lady of the Prairies
  • Our Lady of Victories
  • St. Alphonsus
  • St. Angela
  • St. Anne
  • St. Augustine
  • St. Basil
  • St. Benedict
  • St. Bernadette
  • St. Bonaventure
  • St. Boniface
  • St. Brendan
  • St. Catherine
  • St. Charles
  • St. Dominic
  • St. Edmund
  • St. Elizabeth
  • St. Elizabeth Seton
  • St. Francis of Assisi
  • St. Gabriel
  • St. Gerard
  • St. James
  • St. Jerome
  • St. John Bosco
  • St. Justin
  • St. Kateri
  • St. Leo
  • St. Lucy
  • St. Maria Goretti
  • St. Martha
  • St. Martin
  • St. Mary
  • St. Matthew
  • St. Monica
  • St. Paul
  • St. Philip
  • St. Pius X
  • St. Richard
  • St. Stanislaus
  • St. Teresa
  • St. Timothy
  • St. Vladimir
  • Sister Annata Brockman

Junior High[edit]

  • Archbishop Joseph MacNeil
  • Ben Calf Robe/St. Clare
  • Cardinal Léger
  • Father Michael Troy
  • Fresh Start Mill Woods & Guardian Angel Outreach
  • Fresh Start Northwest & Guardian Angel Outreach
  • H.E. Beriault
  • Holy Cross
  • Holy Family
  • J.H. Picard
  • J.J. Bowlen
  • Jean Forest All Girls Leadership Academy
  • Louis St. Laurent
  • Monsignor Fee Otterson
  • Our Lady of Mount Carmel
  • Partners for Youth
  • St. Alphonsus
  • St. Basil
  • St. Catherine
  • St. Cecilia
  • St. Clement
  • St. Edmund
  • St. Elizabeth Seton
  • St. Hilda
  • St. Kevin
  • St. Mark
  • St. Nicholas
  • St. Rose
  • St. Thomas More
  • Sir John Thompson
  • Sister Annata Brockman

Senior High[edit]

  • Archbishop MacDonald
  • Archbishop O'Leary
  • Archbishop Oscar Romero
  • Ascension Collegiate High
  • Austin O'Brien
  • Holy Trinity
  • Fresh Start Mill Woods & Guardian Angel Outreach
  • Fresh Start Northeast
  • Fresh Start Northwest & Guardian Angel Outreach
  • Fresh Start South
  • Fresh Start West
  • Jean Forest All Girls Leadership Academy
  • J.H. Picard
  • Louis St. Laurent
  • Mother Margaret Mary
  • Partners for Youth
  • Revelations Online
  • St. Francis Xavier
  • St. Joseph

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Edmonton Catholic Separate School District No. 7" (PDF). Edmonton Catholic Schools. Retrieved 5 November 2012. 
  2. ^ "Enrollment" (PDF). Edmonton Catholic Schools. Retrieved 5 November 2012. 
  3. ^ "Over a Century of Catholic Education". Edmonton Catholic School District. Retrieved 20 December 2009. 
  4. ^ "100 Voices Program". Edmonton Catholic Schools. Retrieved 16 October 2015. 
  5. ^ "Language Programs". Edmonton Catholic Schools. Retrieved 16 October 2015. 

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