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Livingstone Range School Division
Livingstone Range School Division is located in the southwest of Alberta, in the city of Claresholm, in an area of blue skies, fresh air, open spaces and “western spirit”. It is located at the foot of the "Canadian Rockies" mountains.
Livingstone Schools gives international students the opportunity to learn about Alberta's history while enjoying western hospitality. Each of the division's communities offers a student atmosphere with its different personalities and attractions. The astonishing mountain scenery and large meadows will captivate the international student upon arrival.
The international Livingstone Range Schools program is designed to meet the individual needs of every student who attends schools, offering them high-level academic courses, committed teachers, safe communities, access to a wide variety of sports, arts and outdoor activities.
The programs are tailored to the needs of each student and language acquisition is facilitated by integrating them into the classroom. Students have the opportunity to explore and expand their horizons by participating in a wide variety of after-school and academic programs.
Livingstone Range encourages students to set their own goals and makes necessary help available to achieve them. The district offers special subjects such as Sports and Fine Arts.
To be leaders in providing quality education to rural students in a dynamic learning environment.
Develop critical thinkers and lifelong learners who become contributing citizens. This will be accomplished through the consistent delivery of high-quality programming and instruction that responds to the diverse needs and interests of students in an inclusive environment.
Livingstone Range School Division models and promotes a safe and nurturing environment of mutual respect within the educational community. Accountability for excellence in student achievement is supported by the following behaviors: transparent and effective communication; collaborative decision making; commitment to success and achievement; recognition and celebration of achievements.
- Decisions must be student-centered and take into account our geography and rurality.
- Schools and communities must work collaboratively to provide the best quality educational opportunities for students.
- The decisions reached must be affordable now and sustainable in the future.
- Equitable access to programming opportunities for students within their communities.
- The delivery of the program must be flexible and responsible for the needs of the student.
- Responsibility must be part of every decision.