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St. Angela School

School Vision: 

Our students will learn together, work together, and pray together in answering the call to a faith-filled life of service.

Mission Statement:

At  St. Angela School, we celebrate each other and grow as a community of lifelong learners, leaders, and followers of Jesus.

Parish Information: 

Parish Name – St. Edmund Parish – 780 455-8592

Click here for St. Edmund Parish website

Sacramental Preparation: 

St. Angela School is happy to work in partnership with St. Edmund Parish to support parents and children in preparing for the Sacraments of First Reconciliation, First Communion and Confirmation.   You may email the parish at: for further information.

Religious Education:

Edmonton Catholic School Division uses a Religious Education Program that is prescribed by the Alberta Bishops and provided through the National Office for Religious Education in Ottawa. The Program ranges from Kindergarten to Grade Twelve, and offers students an overview of our Catholic faith as well as grade specific themes. 150 minutes of this religion program is taught per week.

Our School Namesake: St. Angela

St. Angela was born in Italy on March 21, 1474.  At the age of ten, following the deaths of her father, older sister and mother, the orphaned Angela was sent to live with her maternal uncle.  She knew that God had chosen a special task for her.  At the age of 15, she received a vision telling her she would inspire devout women.  She became concerned about the lack of religious training for young girls and the condition of the family and society in general.  She converted her home into a school.  There she gathered the young girls of the town and taught them the principles of Christianity, directing them to take her lessons back into their homes to share with their families.  She began what would become the Institute of Saint Ursula (Ursuline Sisters), founded to teach children, beginning with religion and later expending into secular topics.  On January 24, 1540 St. Angela died.  She was beatified on April 30, 1768 by Pope Clement Xlll and was later canonized on May 24, 1807 by Pope Pius Vll.  St. Angela’s feast day is January 27th.


Dates of school events and celebrations are shared in our monthly newsletters.  Parents and guardians are welcome to join us!


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