Coventry Hills School opened in 2002 and is situated in the community of Coventry Hills. Our school serves students in Kindergarten through Grade 3.  

The school includes spaces for music as well as a large gymnasium and auxiliary gymnasium. Our library media centre is a space that respects intellectual freedom and encourages information literacy. A large multi-purpose area (called the Grand Hall) and library are centrally located. 

Our students represent a number of ethnic and language groups. Thirty-two languages other than English are spoken in the homes of our students and approximately 20 per cent of our students are identified to be English Language Learners. 

After completing Grade 3, the majority of our students attend Nose Creek School for Grades 4 through 9. Many of these students later move to Crescent Heights High School. 

 At Coventry Hills School, we believe in Creating Caring Citizens!

  

Creating Caring Citizens video

    

About Us

Coventry Hills School opened in 2002 and is situated in the community of Coventry Hills. Our school serves students in Kindergarten through Grade 3.  

The school includes spaces for music as well as a large gymnasium and auxiliary gymnasium. Our library media centre is a space that respects intellectual freedom and encourages information literacy. A large multi-purpose area (called the Grand Hall) and library are centrally located. 

Our students represent a number of ethnic and language groups. Thirty-two languages other than English are spoken in the homes of our students and approximately 20 per cent of our students are identified to be English Language Learners. 

After completing Grade 3, the majority of our students attend Nose Creek School for Grades 4 through 9. Many of these students later move to Crescent Heights High School. 

 At Coventry Hills School, we believe in Creating Caring Citizens!

  

Creating Caring Citizens video

    

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