About Our School
Seven Persons School prides itself on offering a well-rounded basic educational program for students in Kindergarten through Grade 9. This includes a strong emphasis on the mastery of skills in Language Arts, Mathematics, Social Studies and Science, but also a variety of Fine Arts courses which include Music (vocal and instrumental), Art and Drama, and CTS courses that include Home Economics, Shop and Information Processing. Various comprehensive courses in Phsyical Education are offered with the opportunity to participate in competitive team sports.
The Seven Persons community has had a public school since the early 1900s. Our present school was built in 1956 and was given minor renovations in 1974 and 1988. As the school population continued to increase it became apparent that a larger facility was needed and in 1993 our school was completely renovated and a beautiful large addition was made, making Seven Persons School one of the most modern school plants in Alberta.
Seven Persons School has unique demographic features. We have a small town feel with big city opportunities. Our schools Kindergarten to grade nine students celebrate a family atmosphere all year long. Our modern facility is bright, well equipped and very clean. We provide a safe, inviting, caring, environment for all children. The staff at Seven Persons School are highly trained professional individuals who care deeply about the welfare of each of our students. Our small class sizes are conducive to learning and we provide Special Educational programming when needed. Our Achievement Test scores are consistently above the provincial average.
SEVEN PERSONS PROGRAMS INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING: Early Literacy, Complete Academic Programing, Comprehensive Kindergarten Program, Differentiated Instruction, A Quality Library, Acclerlated Reading Programs, French Language Curriculum (Grade 4-9), Comprehensive Music, Drama and Art Programs, Comprehensive Physical Education and Athletic Activities, Student and Teacher access to the latest Smartboard and Video Conferencing Technology, Career and Technology Studies.
- To encourage all of us to Learn to Live, that is to gain the skills we need for lifelong career choices, but that we also develop appreciation for inter-relationships with friends and colleagues;
- To encourage all of us in a learning community to Live to Learn, that is to be excited about the new opportunities we have for learning each day.
- That these first two parts become a cycle of lifelong learning for all of us.