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MidSun School

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Grades and Programs: 7-9

School Hours: AM: 8:55 ~ PM: ~ 3:38

School Location

660 Sunmills Drive SE
Calgary AB
T2X 3R5

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MidSun School has 782 students in the 2013 2014 school year. MidSun is located close to Fish Creek Provincial Park in the southeast community of Sundance, serving the communities of Midnapore, Sundance, Chaparral, Walden and Legacy. Elementary feeder schools are Fish Creek, Sundance, and Midnapore. Centennial High School receives MidSun graduates.

About the School

MidSun opened officially in September 1998. The building was designed to accommodate 800 students in four learning communities and offers a comprehensive core and complementary program. We are very fortunate to have a full service library, two computer labs and a high school sized gymnasium. We also have dedicated Art, Construction, Foods/Fashion, Fitness, Band and Drama rooms. In the 2010-2011 school year MidSun welcomed the inclusion of an ACCESS and ALP class to our student body.

About School Name

MidSun is a hybrid name chosen by the students and community members of Midnapore and Sundance. These citizens successfully launched a collaborative effort in 1996 to gain a junior high to reduce the need for busing. The result of their efforts is an impressive building that will meet the needs of the communities for many years to come.

School Mission

MidSun School serves a diverse population of learners and is committed to providing a balanced program and a wide range of opportunities designed to support the CBE Mission Statement "Educating Tomorrow's Citizens Today" The philosophy of Midsun Junior High School is based on the following beliefs:

  • The organization is based on the interdisciplinary team or Community of Learners.
  • All students can learn under the right conditions.
  • Every person's "right to learn" will be in the forefront as we design controls and develop our strategies to meet diverse student needs.
  • Planning and efforts are focused on the best knowledge available regarding learning and relationships.
  • Parents and the community have a very important role to play. They are involved, through the school council and volunteer network, in all aspects of our school.

  • School Motto

    Building a Better World - One Student at a Time.

    Unique Points

    • The building is designed with three distinct learning communities.
    • We have excellent athletic facilities and are able to offer a daily modular physical education program
    • Full slate of teams for all grades for both males and females.
    • The school is networked on a PC platform - a "Windows" environment.
    • Students have 8 - 10 complementary/option courses from which to choose.
    • Our school has a Learning Resource Center (LRC)which serves exceptional needs learners (coded and non-coded) and ESL students.

    Student Enrolment (September 2013 )
    Total Enrolment: 785

    Grade 7Grade 8Grade 9

    Veronica Saretsky
    School Board Trustee: Amber Stewart
    CBE Ward: Ward 14
    Chief Superintendent: David Stevenson
    Area: Area V
    Director (Area): Sydney Smith
    Notes for Substitute: Early Dismissal Fridays at 12:28 p.m.


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