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|1515 – 93rd Street, S.W.
Calgary, Alberta, T3H 4A8
|Motto||Parantibus Alumni Universitatis convalescunt et ultra
(Preparing Students to Thrive in University and Beyond)
|Principal||Christina Clouston, Head of Senior School|
|Campus Director||Russ Dickson|
|Head of school||Jemmie Silver|
|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|
|Campus size||47 acres|
|Mascot||Wylie the Wildcat|
|National ranking||1|
|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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