About Us

What is it that makes Rosemont School a great place for learning? 

This question is sometimes asked by prospective families. Some parents who have chosen Rosemont as the school for their child/children have provided the following thoughts:

  • The small student population creates a strong feeling of community. Staff members know all the students and students know all the staff members. Parents are active in the learning community as volunteers and support the RSC and RFS. They feel connected to the learning community.
  • The approach to learning, with a strong academic focus, is a good fit for families.
  • The program enhancements funded by RFS provide rich experiences for students (residencies, activities, presentations, resources).
  • The diverse range of activities provided through the physical education program (inline skating, swimming, Canadian climber) engages students.
  • Biannual outdoor school experience for students in grades 5 & 6.
  • The student leadership opportunities enhance connections between students K-6.

Rosemont is a UNESCO candidate school

Our school is part of the UNESCO Associated School Network.  Our teachers work with related organizations and teachers from other UNESCO schools in Alberta, Canada, and throughout the world.  Our work connects with UNESCO's Four Pillars of Education:  Learning to Know, Learning to Do, Learning to Be, and Learning to Live Together.  

As we demonstrate our understanding of global perspectives and achieve our school learning goals, we will earn membership status.

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​​About the CBE

The CBE is the largest school district in Western Canada. Our mission is to ensure each student, in keeping with his or her individual abilities and gifts, completes high school with a foundation of learning necessary to thrive in life, work and continued learning. You can look on the CBE website for more information. ​​​

On Tuesday, Feb. 7, the CBE’s Well-Being team will host its next free webinar with the AHS Sexual & Reproductive Health Team on the topic of Healthy Sexual Development. Sign up today to join the virtual session from 6:30-8:00 pm https://t.co/74F8MHOyOV #WeAreCBE https://t.co/ySHlZQZcIr

RT @BishopPinkham: Acknowledging Black History Month for February. Many more lessons and stories will be integrated into core and complementary classes. #WeAreCBE #BlackHistoryMonth https://t.co/nxdD21eXnP

RT @MSBhullarCBE: WHoooo created these amazing sketches and poems? Gr6 students Sai, Ayana and Priya wowed us with their skills and creativity. #WeareCBE #NicetoManmeetYou https://t.co/Ev8WwfIbey

In February we celebrate Black History Month! It’s an opportunity to learn about and celebrate the contributions of Black Canadians in communities across the country. Activities and lessons are planned in CBE schools throughout the month. #WeAreCBE https://t.co/zQV1xcoztb

There are no classes for CBE students on Friday, Feb. 3, because it’s a system-wide non-instructional day. Have a great long weekend! #WeAreCBE https://t.co/mvrodtENcq

RT @Tombainescbe: Happy Groundhog Day #yyc Check out this student made GIF done in computers to celebrate! #wearecbc @yyCBEdu @CbeArea1 https://t.co/HitZvs1slg

February 1 is World Hijab Day. It is a day to celebrate and honor the diversity and strength of women who choose to wear the hijab. #WeAreCBE https://t.co/Q11FGeAyRz

Chief Superintendent Christopher Usih and Blackfoot Elder Saa'kokoto joined the Literacy and Indigenous Education Teams to celebrate World Read Aloud Day. #WeAreCBE https://t.co/kMS0U61gGS

RT @SunnysideCBE: Our commitment to Truth and Reconciliation is to continue our commitment to land-based learning and to build on our understanding of the Holistic Lifelong Learning Framework through the Seven Sacred Teachings. Here is what the grade 2s learned about Respect from the Bison. https://t.co/WgbyUmxdDx

Winter Walk Day is Wednesday, Feb. 1 #WeAreCBE https://t.co/2UAFm6wq8F