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Junior High (grades 7-9)

Our goal at Father Michael Mireau School is to educate students through a curriculum rooted in Catholic spiritual formation and academic excellence. We endeavour to inspire and empower every student with a passion for learning in a collaborative and responsive environment.  

Faith Formation

  • Weekly clergy visits with St. Theresa Parish
  • In-school celebrations
  • Student-led social justice activities
  • Father Michael Mireau Youth Day
  • School-wide recognition of students who receive sacraments through St. Theresa Parish
  • School Chaplain

Academic Supports

  • Academic support and enrichment through an on-site Learning Coach (LC)
  • Family/School Liaison Worker (FSLW) for student and family supports
  • Emotional Behavioural Specialist (EBS) on-site
  • Inclusive English as a Second Language (ESL) support
  • Targeted reading support
  • 1:1 Chromebooks to support student learning
  • Mathletics online math support

Extra & Co-Curricular Programs

We also offer your child extra and co-curricular activities. The objectives of school activities are to: reinforce skills taught during the regular programs, promote good sportsmanship, citizenship, school spirit, and assist in providing a varied program which enhances and promotes positive student attitudes, morale, and Catholicity. In the area of extra and co-curricular programming, the following activities are available for your child:

  • Art student participation in Division Initiatives: Art of Advent, Spring Into Art, Celebration of the Arts 
  • Band student participation in Division Initiatives  
  • Band Jump Start for grade 7
  • Broadcast Club for daily school wide announcements
  • Craft Club
  • Cross Country Running Club
  • FMM Life Force
  • Friendship Club
  • Healthy Hunger (weekly opportunity to order your child’s lunch)
  • Read In Week and Numeracy Week activities
  • School-wide Artist-In-Residency program
  • Senior Choir
  • Spirit Days
  • Sport teams: Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball, Badminton
  • Student Leadership Team
  • Student-led social justice activities
  • Terry Fox Walk/Run

Complementary Courses

We offer a wide range of complementary course options and choice for all students. Courses for 2022-2023 are subject to change based on student interest.

  •  Art 7, 8, 9
  • Communication Technology – Photography 7, 8, 9
  • Computer Science 7, 8, 9
  • Drama 7, 8, 9
  • Foods 7, 8, 9
  • French as a Second Language 7, 8, 9
  • Maker Space 7, 8, 9
  • Music Instrumental 7, 8, 9
  • Sports Performance / Outdoor Education 8, 9
  • Woodworking and Design 7, 8, 9

Curriculum Handbooks and Summaries for Parents

Curriculum summaries, which include information about content taught at every grade and subject area, are available on the Alberta Education website:  My Child's Learning: A Parent Resource

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