Thank you to BP Energy!!

We are pleased to announce that our school has won the A+ for Energy competition! Our students  will be involved in producing films on renewable energy and environmental sustainability! The funds will pay for technology and training sessions and will incorporate our Learning Commons area that the Library is transforming from. We are very excited to be part of this entrepreneurial and global citizen initiative!


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Don’t Miss AMP IT!!!

Make sure you join us for the final fun event of the Year and celebrate the Fine Arts! If you didn’t receive the forms that went home, open and print here: AmpIt forms

Amp It 2015



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Pre-Registration is required. Online registration will open at 9am on Monday, April 20 and close at 4pm on Wednesday, May 20, 2015.

Please use the following link to set up an account and register (be sure the full page is showing):

Please arrive about 10 minutes prior to your registered time to be checked in.

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St. Michael attends World Water day!!

On Wednesday, March 18th our Water Warriors will attend the CAWST summit to promote healthy water and conservation world wide. Check out last year’s event and our students at about 1:30 min!

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International mindedness – Educating citizens of the World!


IntAt its core, Public Education is moral, visionary and transformative.  At St. Michael School we share these core values as we work to empower youth while meeting cognitive, interpersonal and intrapersonal outcomes.   This vision also promotes a sense of ethical citizenship which is vital for a strong democracy, the reduction of social inequality and poverty, the promotion of social inclusion and for collaboration with citizens across nations in addressing these global challenges.


St. Michael School supports many initiatives that foster attitudes, skills and knowledge which promote active ethical citizenship.  First and foremost, we are a Catholic Community of Caring and through our monthly Buddy Group Activities we develop strong and respectful relationships among students and staff in the PYP and the MYP.  In Grade 5, students spearhead a 6 month long celebration of learning project.  This year the Grade 5’s collaboratively developed a sustainable resource development plan (water, forestry, energy, minerals, wildlife) though to 2050.  The plan included the adoption of a panda, tiger and polar bear through the World Wildlife Fund, the purchasing of solar panel for a school through World Vision and a snack exchange at school to promote diversity and reducing food waste.


In the MYP Grade Nine students undertook Community Projects which focused on service learning.  Projects included a read-a-thon to support Women for Women in Afghanistan as well as a permanent in school book exchange that not only promotes literacy but also a sharing economy.  Our Water Warriors continue, after nine successful years, to raise awareness around issues of water consumption and distribution and our Leadership Option students promote school wide activism and involvement with organizations such as Amnesty International.INt2


In February we celebrated International Mindedness and focused on the IB Learner Profile; “Principled”.   For an afternoon students participated in interactive activities aimed at increasing their knowledge of global issues.  Workshops challenged students to place themselves in the role of a Child Soldier, learn a new language (numbers in Mandarin), embrace cultural diversity, engage in mindfulness meditation and create an inclusive school art project that highlighted their cultural backgrounds.


It goes without saying that we are immensely proud of our students’ willingness to engage in meaningful opportunities that connect us universally and to tackle challenging world issues in a collaborative and creatively thoughtful way! At St. Michael School, we are not missing the beat on educating Global Leaders!

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St. Michael Warrior Way!!

Thank you Mrs. Vecchio-Romano for capturing the many activities going on at our School! Enjoy!

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Welcome to St. Michael School…A World of Learning

St. Michael School is the only school in Calgary Catholic School District offering an International Baccalaureate Programme at both the Primary Years and Middle Years.

We are a dual track school, offering instruction in both French and English in our Junior High Years.


Please  watch our video “St. Michael….A World of Learning” to learn more !

“This is truly an international school, open to all …., To that extent it truly mirrors society at large and prepares students to be good citizens as well as doing well academically.”

~Parent Feedback, St. Michael Satisfaction Survey 2012

Our Mission Statement:

     St. Michael School is an inclusive Catholic community that encourages students to creatively inquire throughout the learning process.

We engage in experiences that inspire responsible and active global citizenship.

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Building Student Resilience

Creating Safe  Resilient School Communities_Page_1 Creating Safe  Resilient School Communities_Page_2What is Resiliency? It is the ability to adapt to challenges that may cause stress, including tragedy, trauma, threats, setbacks and loss. By developing resilience, we are able to better manage stress or feelings of anxiety and uncertainty. The ability to work together and thrive despite these challenges arises from skills of resilience. St. Michael will be working with the Calgary Police as an S4 School: Stay smart, stay safe. Please open the brochure below put out by the Calgary Catholic School District. Creating Safe Resilient School Communities


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Parent Engagement video


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