Webber Academy

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Webber Academy
Webber Academiae
1515 – 93rd Street, S.W.
Calgary, Alberta, T3H 4A8
Coordinates 51.0446318, -114.2260551
School type Private
Motto Parantibus Alumni Universitatis convalescunt et ultra
(Preparing Students to Thrive in University and Beyond)
CEEB code 820242
President Neil Webber
Chairman Neil Webber
Administrator Lynn Lee
Principal Christina Clouston, Head of Senior School
Campus Director Russ Dickson
Head of school Jemmie Silver
Years offered K-12
Enrollment 885
Average class size 20
Student to teacher ratio 1:20
Education system Full Year
Classes offered Math, AP Calculus, AP English Literature, AP English Language, AP Biology, AP Physics, AP Chemistry, AP Statistics, AP European History, AP World History, French, Spanish, Mandarin, Art, Drama, Computers, Physical Education
Language English
Classrooms ~40
Campus size 47 acres
Houses 4
Mascot Wylie the Wildcat
Rival Rundle College
National ranking 1[citation needed]
Publication Voices Magazine
Tuition $17 700 (high school)

Webber Academy is a non-denominational, co-educational, university preparatory, private school located near Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Webber Academy offers academics spanning from Junior Kindergarten through Grade 12. It was founded in 1997 by a former teacher and professor at Mount Royal University, who also served as an Alberta Cabinet Minister in the Hon. Peter Lougheed and Hon. Don Getty Governments - Dr. Neil Webber.

The campus consists of a Junior Kindergarten and Senior Kindergarten facility, a main building with Elementary and Senior School wings, 3rd floor science centre, two full-size gymnasiums, an outdoor sports court, several playgrounds and a 400-meter running track. The school is situated on a 47-acre campus in SW Calgary, currently home to 1003 students (as of Oct 2015). Recently, an arts centre was built for the Drama and Music programmes, and its 400-seat theatre and dressing rooms can be rented out for public events.

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