​Regular Program at the CBE

Even though most of our schools offer a regular program, no two are quite the same. All schools teach according to Alberta Education’s mandated curriculum, however a school’s focus, optional courses and school activities are as unique as every school.​​​

Our school is part of the CBE, which is the largest school district in Western Canada. We offer a depth and breadth of programs and supports to meet the unique learning needs and interests of an increasingly diverse population. We focus on personalizing the learning experience so that each student is engaged, inspired and learning to their full potential. Our values are: students come first; learning is our central purpose; and public education serves the common good.

You can look on the CBE website for more information on teaching and learning.​​

Teaching & Learning

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Thank you to all our amazing @PLougheedCBE teachers and teachers everywhere around the globe for going above and beyond each and everyday to care for and guide students! #WorldTeachersDay2021 #teachersrock #thankyou https://t.co/Djh6jLdOcA

Yesterday our @PLougheedCBE community spent the day learning and reflecting in preparation for #NationalDayforTruthandReconciliation. Over 1000 ribbons with our personal actions and commitments are proudly displayed outside the school🧡 @Area4CBE #OrangeShirtDay https://t.co/4DVSGujhkV

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

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