Glenbrook School at a Glance

  • Teaming Up for Health Learners gold award 
  • An inquiry approach to learning to meet the learning needs of a diverse population. 
  • Strong technology focus and support. 
  • Strong emphasis on literacy and numeracy, international understanding, and responsible citizenship. 
  • Diversity is accepted and respected. 
  • Special education students, where appropriate, receive additional support services and modified programming. 
  • An active early literacy program supported by the Calgary Reads program and Reading Intervention classes. 
  • Home reading program and guided reading in every grade
  • Music is taught by a specialist 
  • Daily physical education classes 
  • Artist(s) in Residency Program 
  • Swimming lessons, fieldtrips and many clubs and extra curricula activities 
  • School-wide buddy program 
  • Environmental excellence - recycling program. 
  • Volunteer program includes parents, grandparents, and Mount Royal University students. 
  • Monthly character trait focus
  • Flexible student groupings to meet individual learner needs

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Glenbrook School at a Glance

  • Teaming Up for Health Learners gold award 
  • An inquiry approach to learning to meet the learning needs of a diverse population. 
  • Strong technology focus and support. 
  • Strong emphasis on literacy and numeracy, international understanding, and responsible citizenship. 
  • Diversity is accepted and respected. 
  • Special education students, where appropriate, receive additional support services and modified programming. 
  • An active early literacy program supported by the Calgary Reads program and Reading Intervention classes. 
  • Home reading program and guided reading in every grade
  • Music is taught by a specialist 
  • Daily physical education classes 
  • Artist(s) in Residency Program 
  • Swimming lessons, fieldtrips and many clubs and extra curricula activities 
  • School-wide buddy program 
  • Environmental excellence - recycling program. 
  • Volunteer program includes parents, grandparents, and Mount Royal University students. 
  • Monthly character trait focus
  • Flexible student groupings to meet individual learner needs
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​About the CBE

The CBE is the largest school district in Western Canada. Our mission is to ensure each student, in keeping with his or her individual abilities and gifts, completes high school with a foundation of learning necessary to thrive in life, work and continued learning. You can look on the CBE website for more information. ​​

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