Alberta

Medicine Hat Public School Division

School Board

Medicine Hat Public School Division

Available Programs
Academic Year
Academic Semester

Con Red Leaf desde 2011
Degree / Course
desde Grado 8 - 2º ESO
hasta Grado 12 - 2º Bach.
Most important city
Seven Persons (20 min.)
Maple Creek (68 min.)
Location Type
urban , rural
Program Languages
english
Nearest airport
Medicine Hat (YXH)
Alberta

Medicine Hat Public School Division

Medicine Hat School District has a population of 65,000 and is three hours from Calgary by car. The closest city is Medicine Hat.

Medicine Hat has the most hours of sunlight of any city in Canada and its winters are not so cold thanks to the southwest winds, better known as Chinooks.

Within an hour's drive, you can enjoy ski resorts and Banff National Park is 4 hours away.

The recreational and sports facilities that make up the district include swimming pools, ice skating, ice hockey, YMCAs (gyms), indoor and outdoor soccer fields, and 80 miles of bike trails and other mountain sports.

Most of the students who come to the district are located at Medicine Hat High School which offers a wide variety of classes and programs to choose from, including an exceptional Fine Arts program. They have the ESL program (English as a second language for international students) and also a solid sports training. The students live with a Canadian family, who always tries to meet the needs and expectations of each international student.

 

601 1 Avenue Southwest
Medicine Hat AB T1A 4Y7
Canada

Educational ideology

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Developing the citizens of tomorrow through better learning, life and social relationships.

Mission

As a community partner, Medicine Hat School District will create inclusive and innovative learning environments.

Motto

Where children count.

Goals

  • Provide optimal learning environments for all students, regardless of need or community.
  • Approach all people with an inclusive mindset; seeking to ensure that everyone participates in the life of the school community in a way that fully meets their needs.
  • Foster a Culture of Well-Being that recognizes that learning occurs best when the physical and emotional needs of the student are met.
  • Develop Leadership skills among all members of the school community through the provision of opportunities, mentoring, development and support.

About the Region


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