Kindergarten to 12

Edmonton Public Schools

At Edmonton Public Schools, inclusive education means ensuring every one of our students, no matter their cultural background, socio-economic status, sexual orientation, age, gender, ability or disability has access to the supports they need, feels a sense of belonging and receives a high quality education. It’s about our efforts to build environments that are truly welcoming of all kids.

–Superintendent Darrel Robertson



Student Support: The Specialized Learning Supports (SLS) department consists of multidisciplinary consultants who support students in Kindergarten to Grade 12 in areas ranging from occupational therapy and reading to mental health, social work and more. The consultants collaborate with school staff to support students’ needs and can help identify students’ specialized learning needs.

Edmonton Public Schools Early Years and PreKindergarten


Alternate High School Completion

Edmonton Catholic Schools

As a faith community, the Division welcomes all *resident students into our schools. Welcoming, inclusive, caring, respectful and safe learning environments create a sense of belonging for all learners and their families.  We are committed to collaboration with all education stakeholders so that all students are successful, have meaningful access to curriculum, and participation in their school community.



Student Support:

PASS (Part-time Alternative Self-Paced School)

Public Charter Schools
Find a list of Alberta charter schools.

Public charter schools are autonomous non-profit public schools that:

  • provide basic education in a different or enhanced way
  • follow Alberta’s programs of study (curriculum)
  • have a focus not already offered by the board of the school authority in which the public charter school is located
  • demonstrate collaboration or engagement with a post-secondary institution or a school division

Home Education

Alberta Education –

Home education is a parent-directed approach to educating a student in Grades 1 to 12 at home or elsewhere in which they are responsible for making all education decisions. Parents choose curriculum resources and methodology consistent with their family’s beliefs and consistent with the Home Education Regulation.

The Centre For Learning At Home –

Alberta Home Education Association

Edmonton Public Schools

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