Extracurricular Activities

Extracurricular activities allow our students to pursue passions and interests that fall outside the normal curriculum. These activities can include special interest clubs, arts, music and athletics. Our school is proud to offer a variety of extracurricular opportunities that enhance our students' learning experiences.​​


Annie Gale School - Athletics 

Fall sports are well underway.  Soccer season and cross-country went very well!  We are currently competing in Volleyball.

Basketball try-outs will take place in January, 2023.

For more information about our Athletics program, please contact our Athletics and Physical Education Learning Leader, Mr. Ellice at ccellice@cbe.ab.ca.

Annie Gale School - Clubs

Updated December 2, 2022


  • Grade 9 Open Gym
  • Chess Club - Room 20
  • Rubik's Cube Club - Room 21
  • Reading Club - Room 25


  • Grade 8 Open Gym
  • Anime Club - Room 36
  • Chess Club - Room 20
  • Art Club - Room 8
  • Homework Club - Room 27
  • Work/Chill Club - Room 29


  • Grade 7 Open Gym
  • Work/Chill Club - Room 29
  • Leadership - Room 22
  • Reading Club - Room 25
  • Hip Hop Dance Club - Room 36


  • Grade 6 Open Gym
  • Science Club - Room 20
  • Art Club - Room 8
  • Work/Chill Club - Room 29
  • Chess Club - Room 20
  • Hip Hop Dance Club - Room 36

Students interested in starting a club should talk to a Teacher, Learning Leader or Administrator.

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