Chief Justice Milvain School at a Glance

  • Our school goals are to take care of ourselves, each other and our environment.
  • One of our main strengths is the diversity of our student population. Our commitment to excellence is extended to students from diverse cultures and with diverse needs.
  • Our commitment to academic achievement can be seen through our school wide commitment to enhance our students' literacy and numeracy skills.
  • Our commitment to the fine arts can be seen through demonstrated excellence in music and art.
  • Our commitment to technology can be seen in our multimedia centre, classroom computer stations, and our "mobile" technology devices.
  • We promote "artistic" literacy through our school-wide practice of "journaling."
  • Our school-wide commitment to enhancing students' global citizenship and social responsibility-taking is evident through our involvement in "Free the Children" projects.

About Us

Chief Justice Milvain School at a Glance

  • Our school goals are to take care of ourselves, each other and our environment.
  • One of our main strengths is the diversity of our student population. Our commitment to excellence is extended to students from diverse cultures and with diverse needs.
  • Our commitment to academic achievement can be seen through our school wide commitment to enhance our students' literacy and numeracy skills.
  • Our commitment to the fine arts can be seen through demonstrated excellence in music and art.
  • Our commitment to technology can be seen in our multimedia centre, classroom computer stations, and our "mobile" technology devices.
  • We promote "artistic" literacy through our school-wide practice of "journaling."
  • Our school-wide commitment to enhancing students' global citizenship and social responsibility-taking is evident through our involvement in "Free the Children" projects.
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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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