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Elboya School

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Grades and Programs: K-9 Regular; 5-9 French Immersion

School Hours: AM: 8:50 ~ PM: ~ 3:30

School Location

4804 - 6 Street SW
Calgary AB
T2S 2N3

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Elboya School is a Kindergarten through Grade 9 school with a Continuing French Immersion Program in Grade 5-9 and a Grade 7-9 Late Immersion Program. It is located in the southwest community of Elboya. The English K-9 program serves the communities of Elboya, Britannia, Bel-Aire, Windsor Park, Meadowlark Park and Mayfair and Manchester. At Elboya School, the designated French Immersion feeder school is William Reid School. The Grade 5-9 French Immersion students come from the communities of Altadore, Bankview, Bel-Aire, Beltline, Britannia, Chinatown, Cliff Bungalow, Connaught, Downtown, Eau Claire, Elbow Park, Elboya, Erlton, Garrison Woods, Inglewood, Mount Royal, Manchester, Mayfair, Meadowlark Park, Mission, Parkhill, Ramsay, Richmond, Rideau Park, Roxboro, South Calgary, Stanley Park, Victoria Park and Windsor Park.

About the School

The school was built in 1953 and is situated on 6.7 acres. The school has 28 classrooms including a music room, drama room, art room, 1 computer lab, library (with a class set of computers), science rooms, 2 gyms (one small and one larger), 2 creative playgrounds, 2 playing fields, elementary lunch program and a cafeteria.

About School Name

The school was named after the community that it serves.

School Mission


Elboya School promotes a safe, secure and supportive community. Elboya fosters lifelong learning and integrity, and recognizes the diversity of individuals thus enabling them to reach their full potential through learning excellence and building community.


Elboya School, a Kindergarten to Grade 9 school, which draws from a variety of communities, offers a school-wide English Program, Grade 5 to 9 Continuing and a Grade 7 to 9 Late French Immersion Program. As an extension of the home/family environment, the school builds upon students' broad backgrounds and experiences to help them connect this learning to their school learning. High, consistent expectations are held for student effort, student success, and student leadership.

The best possible learning environment is one of cooperation and teamwork where there is caring, trust, and respect. This environment encourages risk taking within a dynamic, challenging climate which develops creativity, respects a variety of learning styles, builds a positive self-image, develops a love of learning, and recognizes that mistakes are a part of the learning process.

Lifelong learning requires personal ownership and responsibility for excellence through goal setting and decision making. Academic, artistic, environmental, musical, physical, social, technological, and critical thinking skills support such learning.

The education of our children is a shared mission involving parents, students, staff, and community. The needs of all are met in a personalized learning environment which and encourages optimism, a sense of belonging, and fairness. The relationship between the home and the school is a close partnership developed through shared philosophy, expertise, and an ethical perspective.

The guiding principles of Learning Excellence and Building Community are filters for our work together. ELBOYA SCHOOL HONOUR CODE - TAKE CARE OF YOURSELF, TAKE CARE OF EACH OTHER, TAKE CARE OF THE COMMUNITY. One of the most distinctive features of the Elboya Community is the extraordinary degree to which students are responsible for themselves, each other and their community.

School Motto

" Learning & Leading Together."

The Elboya Falcon embracing the world symbolizes the encompassing and global nature of the quality education program at Elboya. Elboya's school colors are red and white on black or grey backgrounds.

Unique Points

  • Teaching and Learning are the top priority
  • A community of trust (Honour Code)
  • A dynamic and challenging learning climate
  • Elementary & Junior High students work and learn together
  • Student Leadership for school activities and community initiatives intramurals and grade 9 Leadership
  • Proven Late & Continuing French Immersion Programs
  • FSL Instruction K - 9
  • Tutoring Support
  • English as a Second Language Program (Grades 1 - 9)
  • Award winning Band and Music Program
  • Outstanding Leadership Program
  • Strong Environmental & Outdoor Education Program
  • Innovative Technology Program with student access to networked computers and the internet
  • Excellent library resources and facility to support learning
  • Elboya House System: Buzzards, Snowy Owls, Night Hawks, Ospreys
  • Junior High Cafeteria and an Elementary Lunch Program
  • Specialists in Music and French in the Elementary Program.

Student Enrolment (September 2013 )
Total Enrolment: 570

KindergartenGrade 1Grade 2Grade 3Grade 4Grade 5Grade 6Grade 7Grade 8Grade 9

Linda Davis
School Board Trustee: Vacant
CBE Ward: Ward 11
Chief Superintendent: David Stevenson
Area: Area IV
Director (Area): Calvin Davies
Notes for Substitute: Early Dismissal: Friday 1:30


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