About Us

Peter Lougheed School is a dynamic and innovative learning community for students and staff. Students and staff learn in collaborative and interdisciplinary ways ensuring that learning is authentic, significant and worthy for all students. 

Our staff is dedicated and full of passion and commitment to each child which ensures that Peter Lougheed is an outstanding place for learning, one which embraces and honours diversity and celebrates the gifts, talents and unique capabilities of each learner. 

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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. ​​​

RT @DrJCarrington: Connection and kindness is what matters. The angst in our communities is palpable. While our world looks different and is ever changing, what remains constant is the need for relationship and connection. To simply be noticed. https://t.co/eONQmpVkRX

RT @DashmeshC: Happy #LabourDay2021 to everyone! We honor the hard work of Laborers today. One of the core teachings of Sikhi is Kirat Karo - To earn an honest living by utilizing our God-given skills and hard work for the benefit and improvement of ourselves, our families, and the world.

A special day @PLougheedCBE. We are saying goodbye to our amazing principal Gord Choate. After 29 years of teaching thousands of students and staff in CBE how to be the best versions of themselves, he is retiring today. @yyCBEdu @Area4CBE #thunderstrong (1/2) https://t.co/7nPDAe2XFZ

RT @UsihChristopher: “The resilience of our staff and students has been incredible. I am so grateful for the cooperation of not only students and staff but our families," said Christopher Usih, chief superintendent for the CBE. https://t.co/BNS7ir7Du2

Caring and compassion at Peter Lougheed https://t.co/LLzBGhP8l2

RT @DashmeshC: DCC is ready for 1st dose Vaccines tomorrow from 10am to 3pm. Anyone age 12+ who needs their first dose vaccine is welcomed to visit. Please call 403-590-0970 or email info@dashmesh.ca if you require more information. #GetVaccinated #yyc #COVID19AB https://t.co/7icstgLU4j

RT @DrJCarrington: Truth and reconciliation. In that order. Holding space today, and for as long as it takes, until we understand and acknowledge all of this hidden history. https://t.co/YeK7bqK8wj

RT @UsihChristopher: The discovery of hundreds of unmarked grave sites near a former residential school for Indigenous children is further reminder of the work we must do together as educators and parents to eradicate systemic racism. While we can not change the past, the future is ours to shape!