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École St. Stanislaus is a single track French Immersion school. Our program is for children whose first language is not French. Your child can be bilingual even if you do not speak French.

Knowing another language leads to increased understanding and acceptance among people. Bilingual or multilingual students have access to a wider variety of opportunities. We believe that developing our students' literacy skills leads them to their full potential.

École St. Stanislaus encourages students to pursue individual excellence in a supportive Christian environment. We empower students to take part in the larger global community. We value and foster:

  • high achievement
  • responsibility
  • generosity
  • honesty
  • integrity
  • tolerance

We ensure excellent education for all students!

Location

Located in the southwest quadrant of Edmonton we serve all areas: 

  • south of University Avenue
  • west of Calgary Trail
  • east of the North Saskatchewan river

Our Motto

"Learning together for life."

Our Mission

We partner with the home and the Church. Together we foster the love of learning and academic excellence.

École St. Stanislaus commits to making our school a caring Christian community that nurtures:

  • acceptance of responsibility
  • generosity
  • honesty
  • integrity
  • appreciation of individual differences

We help each member of our community develop their full potential. Our community is treated with dignity and respect.

Resources

  • Windows Collaboration tools
  • Bilingual software 
  • Computer Lab 
  • Multi-media equipment
  • WiFi 
  • SmartBoards
  • Netbooks (grades 3 to 6)
  • iPads 
  • Music Room
  • Learning Commons/Library
  • ERCS  and other health services 
  • Literacy Resource Room
  • Playground

We are proud of our...

Academics:

  • Dedicated staff
  • Pursuit of excellence
  • Focus on literacy
  • Guided Math

Catholic Values and Traditions:

  • liturgical celebrations
  • partnership with St. Thomas More parish
  • Mothers Who Care prayer group

Safe and caring school environment:

  • Strong sense of community
  • Volunteers
  • Effective School Council


School Information

École St. Stanislaus is a single track French Immersion school. Our program is for children whose first language is not French. Your child can be bilingual even if you do not speak French.

Knowing another language leads to increased understanding and acceptance among people. Bilingual or multilingual students have access to a wider variety of opportunities. We believe that developing our students' literacy skills leads them to their full potential.

École St. Stanislaus encourages students to pursue individual excellence in a supportive Christian environment. We empower students to take part in the larger global community. We value and foster:

  • high achievement
  • responsibility
  • generosity
  • honesty
  • integrity
  • tolerance

We ensure excellent education for all students!

Location

Located in the southwest quadrant of Edmonton we serve all areas: 

  • south of University Avenue
  • west of Calgary Trail
  • east of the North Saskatchewan river

Our Motto

"Learning together for life."

Our Mission

We partner with the home and the Church. Together we foster the love of learning and academic excellence.

École St. Stanislaus commits to making our school a caring Christian community that nurtures:

  • acceptance of responsibility
  • generosity
  • honesty
  • integrity
  • appreciation of individual differences

We help each member of our community develop their full potential. Our community is treated with dignity and respect.

Resources

  • Windows Collaboration tools
  • Bilingual software 
  • Computer Lab 
  • Multi-media equipment
  • WiFi 
  • SmartBoards
  • Netbooks (grades 3 to 6)
  • iPads 
  • Music Room
  • Learning Commons/Library
  • ERCS  and other health services 
  • Literacy Resource Room
  • Playground

We are proud of our...

Academics:

  • Dedicated staff
  • Pursuit of excellence
  • Focus on literacy
  • Guided Math

Catholic Values and Traditions:

  • liturgical celebrations
  • partnership with St. Thomas More parish
  • Mothers Who Care prayer group

Safe and caring school environment:

  • Strong sense of community
  • Volunteers
  • Effective School Council