About Us

Clarence Sansom School at a Glance

Curricular & Extracurricular Programming

  • Rigorous academic program 
  • Dynamic complementary option program
  • Diversified athletic program and interscholastic athletic teams
  • Daily physical education
  • Intramural program
  • Extensive student leadership program (STUCO)
  • Daily POWER reading and reading strategy instruction for students and staff
  • Daily breakfast program
  • Fine arts productions bi-annually
  • Student services for guidance and resource

Building Features

  • Climbing wall
  • Learning commons
  • MakerSpace
  • 3 computer labs
  • Modern fitness centre
  • Multi-purpose activity centre
  • Lunchroom accommodation
  • Breakfast room
  • Lunch snack shack
  • Industrial arts workshop
  • Foods and fashion labs
  • 3 Science labs

Technology 

  • SmartBoards in every teaching space
  • Google Apps for Education (Gmail and Google Drive)
  • 3 iMac labs
  • Mobile MacBook labs
  • Mobile iPad labs
  • Bring Your Own Device options
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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. ​​​

Yesterday was Culture Day at Sansom and our students represented! Well done Scorpions! https://t.co/HdWSzwScSc

Such a busy night at 2022 Badminton divisionals, didn’t get a chance to take many pictures but here’s a shot of the Grade 9 boys crew. They brought home singles and doubles 🥇🥇🥉. Ladies doubles with 🥈&🥉! Congrats to all!!! https://t.co/wpTRgFiYjV

Today, Albertans are invited to wear a hat to raise awareness of the importance of good mental health. Let’s represent Scorpions! https://t.co/hIB4e0wfQm

Grade 8 students exploring science concepts today. “The important thing is to never stop questioning [or learning]”. - Albert Einstein https://t.co/tuhj7ugDjo

Grade seven humanities students collaborating, exploring and engaging in the learning journey! https://t.co/KQedc3LuB9