St. Alphonsus strives to support every
student in their academic, spiritual, emotional and physical development;
respecting the uniqueness of the needs of each child and working to cultivate
an accepting, faith-filled community.
Inspired by the greatest teacher, Jesus Christ, the St. Alphonsus community guides students to become life-long, faith-filled learners.
Seeing the light in all.
The Staff at St. Alphonsus School is committed to educating each child intellectually, spiritually, socially, emotionally and physically by providing a variety of experiences as a foundation for learning. We make every effort to work in close partnership with parents and the Parish in order to assist our students in their development. To this end we work to provide a safe, nurturing, joyful, caring environment where all of our students can grow to their fullest potential.
St. Alphonsus School serves the communities of Parkdale, Cromdale, Alberta Avenue, Westwood, Boyle MaCauley and Eastwood.
School Community 100 Voices - Grade 9
A unique opportunity for children and their families to engage in a faith journey from 100 Voices through to Grade Nine. This enables students and their families to maintain familiarity with friends, staff and other school community members. This partnership facilitates growth in faith, hope, and love through a purposeful focus on core values and student learning.
School Plan For Continuous Growth
School Plan For Continuous Growth 2018-2021 (2).pdf
- Differentiated Instruction
- Inclusive Education
- All In For Youth After school programs and camps
- STAY Program/Family School Liaison Worker
- Braided Journeys Coach
- Success Coach
- All in For Youth counsellor
- All in For Youth Roots and Wings Worker
- Smart Choice Day care
- Free Yellow bus service within catchment area
- Nutrition programs
Several community agencies working in conjunction with the United Way, are partnered with St. Alphonsus school to provide supports to students and families. Their staff are on site working alongside teachers, educational assistants, and Alberta Health staff.
The Family Centre
Boys and Girls Clubs/Big Brothers Big Sisters
- Student Leadership
- Sports Teams: Basketball, Volleyball, Soccer, Track and Field, Softball and Badminton
- Lego League (Junior High)
- Social Justice Activities
- Music Concerts
- Morning Broadcast Team
- Celebration of Culture
- Book Fairs
- Music Concerts
- Parent Appreciation
- Youth Orchestra of Northern Alberta (YONA)