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Westminster School

Principal: Shauna Paul
Address: 13712 104 Ave NW
Edmonton, Alberta T5N 0W4
Phone: 780-452-4343
Fax: 780-451-3866
Email: westminster@epsb.ca
Web: http://westminster.epsb.ca/



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Total Enrolment 2017-18View more information


Program Enrolment 2017-18View more information

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About Westminster School

Our aim is to develop inquiring, knowledgeable and caring young people with adaptable skills to tackle society's complex challenges. Our focus is on each student as a whole person. Not only do we address the cognitive development of our youth, but also their social, emotional and physical well-being. We inspire students to ask questions, pursue personal aspirations, set challenging goals and develop the persistence to achieve those goals.

All students, including students in the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Program, are presented with the curriculum required by Alberta Education in a way that is accessible for all learning styles and backgrounds.

International Baccalaureate (IB) programming challenges students to be successful in school, prepare for post-secondary education and be an active lifelong learner in a global society. Students in our Behaviour and Learning Assistance Program develop and demonstrate positive behaviour and social skills while achieving their academic goals. Strategies students work to improve their academic skills and develop strategies to manage their learning so they are successful in in their studies.  

Students in all programs can choose either Spanish or French as their second language of instruction and have opportunity to support their interests by choosing complementary courses that meet their needs and support the delivery of International Baccalaureate programming.


  • We develop internationally-minded young people, addressing the holistic needs of our learners in a student-centred environment.
  • We provide opportunities for students to contribute to their communities.
  • Students understand themselves as learners and develop learning skills that they will need for the rest of their lives in order to contribute to society and create a better world.

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