​​Traffic Safety

Ensuring our students get to school safely is everyone’s responsibility. Please be mindful of crosswalks, parking rules and speed limits when you are near our schools, especially during the morning drop-off and afternoon dismissal times.​ ​​​​

Parking & Drop-Off


Staff at Huntington Hills School pay to park in our parking lot and have their spot assigned to them for the year. 


Visitor parking is indicated by the signs on the east side of our parking lot. Our lot is often at capacity through the day, and a great alternative is to park above the creative playground on Huntercrest Road north of the Esso Station.

Dropping Off Students

Please help us keep your children safe by dropping your child off on the sidewalk of Huntercrest Road north of the Esso Station above our creative playground. 

An alternate drop-off location is on 68th Avenue west of the McDonald’s and 7-11 corner. This street is very quiet and connects to the City of Calgary pathway that leads to the Northeast corner of our playground. Both locations allow students to come directly to the playground without worrying about traffic. 

The school parking lot is very busy on school days with delivery trucks, visitors and staff all trying to get to a parking spot. CBE safety protocols ask that no student be dropped off or expected to walk across the school parking lot. 

What Do the Different Bell Rings Mean?

Visit our Security page to learn more about what do when there are three bell rings, continues ringing or there are no students or staff outside. 

Back Doors for Students/Staff Only

CBE requires all visitors to the school to check-in at the office. Please help us ensure the safety of all our students and staff by following this rule! Visit our  Security page for more detailed information. 

Out-Of-School Care

For more information about out-of-school care, see our Getting to School page.

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