James Fowler High School

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James Fowler High School
James Fowler High School 3.jpg
One of the entrances of the school.
4004 - 4 Street N.W.
Calgary, Alberta, T2K 1A1
Coordinates 51°05′12″N 114°04′10″W / 51.08667°N 114.06944°W / 51.08667; -114.06944Coordinates: 51°05′12″N 114°04′10″W / 51.08667°N 114.06944°W / 51.08667; -114.06944
School type High School
Motto A great place to learn.
Founded 1962
Status Open
School board Calgary Board of Education
Superintendent David Stevenson
Area trustee Lynn Ferguson
Principal Keith Johnson
Grades 10-12
Enrollment 1563+ (Sep 2016)
Mascot Falcon
Team name Fowler Falcons

James Fowler High School is a high school in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, in the neighborhood of Highland Park. The school is part of the Calgary Board of Education's public school system, and currently has approximately 859 students attending the school as of September 2017.[1]

About the school[edit]

James Fowler High School was built in 1962 and covers an area of about 13.34 acres of land.[1] The 1563+ student school offers a general program for grades 10-12 as well as an "Arts-Centred Learning" program that employs an Artist in Residence. The school also offers both a K&E (Knowledge and Employability) program and a PLP (Paced Learning) program as well.[2]


James Fowler High School has many different courses that students can participate in while going to James Fowler High School, such as Robotics, Foods, Computer Science, Music, Computer Applications, Art and various other courses. The regular, core classes offered in most schools such as English, Social Studies, Science, Mathematics, Physical Education, and various others are also offered. There are also various clubs that students can take part in while going to the school.


  1. ^ a b "James Fowler High School - School Profile". Calgary Board of Education. Retrieved March 13, 2017. 
  2. ^ "Arts-Centred Learning". James Fowler High School. Calgary Board of Education. Archived from the original on 4 December 2014. Retrieved 27 November 2014.