Banff Trail School at a Glance

  • The Learning Commons is an inviting space where our French and English collection of fiction and non-fiction books is kept. The students come to the Learning Commons once a week with their class where they listen to a story and exchange their books. New book suggestions for our collection are always welcomed. Please inform the library assistant with your thoughts.
  • Technology throughout the school, supporting student learning (iPads, iPads mini, MacBooks).
  • Music program taught by a specialist.
  • Assemblies, concerts and announcements are presented in both French and English. 
  • We take great pride in the cleanliness of the school and are very environmentally aware. 
  • Active School Council.
  • Monthly Fun Lunch facilitated by the School Council.
  • Promotes student involvement and ownership, as well as clubs focusing on curricular and extra-curricular interests. 
  • Kids Come First is a non-profit before and after school program located on site.
  • Noon hour supervision program.
  • Emphasizes students' acquisition of appropriate behaviour skills through a school-wide discipline policy, conflict resolution, and anti-bullying programs which are strongly supported by staff and parents (S4 and The Zones of Regulation).

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Banff Trail School at a Glance

  • The Learning Commons is an inviting space where our French and English collection of fiction and non-fiction books is kept. The students come to the Learning Commons once a week with their class where they listen to a story and exchange their books. New book suggestions for our collection are always welcomed. Please inform the library assistant with your thoughts.
  • Technology throughout the school, supporting student learning (iPads, iPads mini, MacBooks).
  • Music program taught by a specialist.
  • Assemblies, concerts and announcements are presented in both French and English. 
  • We take great pride in the cleanliness of the school and are very environmentally aware. 
  • Active School Council.
  • Monthly Fun Lunch facilitated by the School Council.
  • Promotes student involvement and ownership, as well as clubs focusing on curricular and extra-curricular interests. 
  • Kids Come First is a non-profit before and after school program located on site.
  • Noon hour supervision program.
  • Emphasizes students' acquisition of appropriate behaviour skills through a school-wide discipline policy, conflict resolution, and anti-bullying programs which are strongly supported by staff and parents (S4 and The Zones of Regulation).
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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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November 18-22 is International Education Week During this week, we celebrate the benefits of international education and exchanges. https://t.co/MgQXMW1154 #WeAreCBE

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