Our school offers options to suit our students’ unique learning needs, interests and abilities. All of our courses follow the Alberta Programs of Study. 
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Complementary Courses

We believe that students have talents outside of the academic areas and need an opportunity to explore different learning activities. We offer a full range of complementary courses with the specific courses offered dependent on staff expertise and student enrollment.  

  • Mount Royal has two semesters each year and students take the equivalent of two options each semester for a total of four options per year (full year courses such as band count as two options).

These courses are multi-graded, which allows students to work with and get to know students across all three grades, developing community within our school. In many of their options, students will be working using the principles of the Career and Technology Foundations (CTF) program. The CTF program is an inquiry-based, hands-on Program of Study designed for students in grades 5 through 9 that focuses on essential skills common to all 28 occupational areas. The program also allows for the development of specific skills through the processes of designing, creating, appraising and communicating.

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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