Continuing Learning

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"We teach; we share; we learn; we care. We grow in Christ, believing that together we can make a difference."




“East Central Alberta Catholic Schools offers a broad curriculum that develops essential skills and competencies through advanced technologies, problem-solving, critical thinking, cultural enrichment and the spiritual growth of all students. In essence, we provide education with a purpose. Parents, teachers, trustees, administrators, and the entire East Central Catholic School community are involved in the vital mission of providing an education of the highest caliber that is permeated by our Catholic faith. “

– Superintendent Charlie McCormack

We envision that:

Together we live our faith and engage life long learning.

We value:

Lifelong learning and achievement.

The right to Catholic education and the responsibility it entails.

Strong and supportive relationships.

Each person as a child of God.

The gift of our resources.

Our right and responsibility to our faith.

We commit to:

Welcoming all with unconditional love, as Christ would.

Catholicity being included in all our learning.

Working together to achieve our common goals.

Learning to learn, to think, to question, and to discern.

Learners being engaged, challenged, reaching for undiscovered potential; and being recognized for doing so.

We believe that:

Together with home and church, we respond to the needs of each student by providing quality learning experiences rooted in our Catholic faith.

K-3 Sample Schedule .pdf

K-3 Sample

4- 6 Sample Schedule .pdf

Grade 4-6 Sample

7-9 Sample Schedule .pdf

Grade 7-9 Sample

10-12 Sample Schedule .pdf

Grade 10-12 Sample

Letter from Education Minister Adriana LaGrange to parents - March 20, 2020 (1).pdf

Education Minister Announcement

Education Minister, Adriana LaGrange, on March 20th, outlined the Alberta Education guiding principles for k-12 continuous education practices. The following four principles are guiding the decision-making process with regard to educational practices in Alberta.

The safety of students and staff comes first.

Student learning will continue.

Provincial funding is still flowing to schools.

Your school division has flexibility to do what is best for your community.