Classes & Departments

This section provides details on the range of subjects and classes offered at our school. All CBE programs follow the Alberta Programs of Study mandated curriculum which includes learning in the following core areas:

  • English Language Arts
  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • Social Studies
  • Physical Education
  • Arts
  • Languages

Our school also offers several Complementary Courses to meet our students’ unique learning needs, interests and abilities.

Teacher Pages & Blogs

Looking for details on what students in a particular class have been learning? See our Teacher Pages & Blogs section. You’ll find news and updates authored by our teaching staff. It’s a great way for parents to get a classroom view of various teaching and learning activities, including some shining examples of our student achievements.

Teacher Advisors

Every student is assigned to a Teacher Advisor (TA) for a three year period when they enter Mount Royal and that TA teacher will mentor and support them for their entire career at our school. The TA teacher is the first point of contact to discuss your child’s IPP, attendance concerns as well as sharing any other relevant information to build your child’s success at Mount Royal. 

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Dress up like a Christmas character from a book or movie. Do you know who Mr Burt is? https://t.co/G1Ov1ypLQ3

Excited to watch Annie from #StoryBookyyc featuring two Mount Royal students, Lexi and Indiana.

RT @JoannePitman5: The somber and thoughtful reflections of students and staff in honouring Remembrance Day over the past few days serves to remind all. Lest we forget. (Art by @MtRSchool) https://t.co/zy84OM1dWE

RT @yyCBEdu: CBE schools and offices will be closed on Wednesday, November 11 in commemoration of Remembrance Day. Flags at our schools and facilities will also be at half-mast starting end of day Tuesday. #WeAreCBE #LestWeForget (art from Mount Royal School @MtRSchool) https://t.co/SH9nZgKgB4

A Remembrance Day mural done by our grade 9 art students https://t.co/Nairnx6UQy