CBE Education Centre
2School provides opportunities for teachers and students to uncover curriculum through the unique lens of public education and the role it plays in our democratic society.
At City Hall School, students and teachers are immersed in civic governance, participate in the public realm and explore local history within neighbouring communities.
Ann & Sandy Cross Conservation Area
Cross Conservation School is nestled within 4800 acres of natural parkland in the foothills. Teachers and students learn how we are all connected to the natural world and have opportunities to explore the conservation of the environment and its wild species.
Through a holistic approach to well-being students will discover a sense of self that builds strong communities and sparks a lifelong commitment to improving quality of life.
The Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
Jube School provides opportunities to explore one of Calgary's cultural hubs while examining the role arts, culture, and perspective in our community and globally.
@ Arts Commons
The Hub is home to Alberta Theatre Projects, Calgary International Children’s festival, Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra, Downstage Theatre, One Yellow Rabbit, and Theatre Calgary.
Museum School opens the door to Glenbow Museum’s world-class exhibits. Experiences are designed to inspire all learners, engaging curious minds and active bodies.
At Science School teachers and students embark on a journey that allows them to question and challenge, discover and grow, collaborate in new ways to solve problems and ultimately develop a passion for learning and science, technology, engineering, art and math.
A landmark of Alberta’s rich history, Stampede Park offers a unique environment for teachers and students to participate in experiences that cultivate appreciation of western heritage and values. At Stampede School, students work alongside experts, making the past come alive, the present relevant and the future full of possibilities.
The Calgary Zoo
Zoo School provides teachers and students with in-depth exposure to both local and global plants and animals. Through hands on experiences and interactions with experts, students can become emotionally engaged with the conservation issues facing our planet.