Research Calgary Schools, designated communities and search report cards on each school using the interactive tools on Calgary-Real-Estate.com and the provided resource links. The truth is that there are some Calgary schools that leave a lot to be desired as far as quality goes. Search for a particular Calgary School to See How it Ranks in the Calgary School Report Card by Fraser Institute.
Calgary School Locations
Calgary schools locations and densities of school-aged children. Schools include public, separate, private and charter.
Calgary Public Schools - Calgary Board of Education
The Calgary Board of Education offers a wide variety of programs for students of all ages. With over 200 schools within the CBE, it can sometimes be difficult to find out all you need to know about Calgary schools. This section can help you to find designated school boundaries in the NorthWest | NorthEast | SouthWest | SouthEast using the CBE Interactive Calgary School Maps
Calgary Catholic Schools (Seperate Schools)
The Calgary Catholic School District is the largest Catholic school district in Alberta, serving 44,000 studentsin Calgary, Airdrie, Cochrane, Chestermere and the Municipal District of Rocky View. This learning organization educates and empowers students from kindergarten to Grade 12 to reach their full potential, meet life's challenges, serve their community, and journey in faith.
Districts and Designated Schools for Calgary Catholic School. A direct link for your convenience.
Calgary Private and Charter Schools
A charter school is a public school that is operated independently under a performance contract approved by either the local board of education or by the Minister of Education. Charter schools must teach the mandated provincial curriculum as a baseline, but each school’s charter is a unique and specific contract.
Private schools may charge tuition and other fees, and there are two kinds in Alberta: accredited and registered.
Accredited private schools are composed of language and culture schools, schools where students write provincial exams and are taught by Alberta certified teachers, and special education private schools that serve students with special needs.
Registered private schools are not accredited by the Minister of Education and do not require instructors to have Alberta teaching certificates.
Select this link for more information on available Preschools around Calgary.