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  • Clubs & Activities

    Clubs & Activities

    Extra-Curricular Activities

    At Princeton School we believe that learning doesn't stop at the classroom door. We encourage our students to get involved in a variety of extra-curricular activities that promote the development of skills beyond the classroom. 

    Home Reading Program

    At Princeton School, we believe that in order to be successful learners, students must be successful readers. To help students develop their reading skills, we operate a home reading program. Students are asked to read for a certain amount of time each night depending on their grade level. They then receive prizes and recognition at school assemblies for reaching targets throughout the year. 

    Student Leadership

    Our AMA Safety Patrol helps to keep children safe outside while crossing the street. Grade six Office Helpers help answer phones in the office during recess and lunch.  Students also take an active role in leading our assemblies. 

    Field Trips and Visitors to our School

    Curriculum enrichment is provided throughout the year in the form of field trips and visitors to our school. Field trips are arranged by individual classroom teachers and are communicated to parents throughout the year. The Parent Council supports these valuable experiences by providing funds to ensure that all students are able to take part in these beneficial learning activities. 

    Princeton Pride Assemblies

    During our monthly assemblies, students receive recognition for their positive actions and achievements around the school. Students receive Milk and Cookies awards with the principal, as well as Home Reading awards. Students often lead aspects of these assemblies and take an active role by performing songs or plays. 

    There are also many theme days held throughout the year that give students the opportunity to have fun in a productive learning environment. 

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  • Partnerships


    With the generous support of the Edmonton Public School Foundation, we are able to offer full-day kindergarten.  

    Thank you for your wonderful support! 

    Thank you to the Edmonton Civic Employees Charity Fund for providing funds for kindergarten field trips, backpacks, shoes/boots and butterfly kits.  These experiences are greatly appreciated.


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  • School Philosophy

    School Philosophy

    At Princeton School we believe that having high academic and behavioral expectations and establishing a learning community based on collaboration will enhance student achievement and lead to greater success. Along with this, the active involvement of parents plays an important role in our students' confidence and willingness to take risks in their learning.  Princeton is a community school that is committed to providing a meaningful, challenging educational experience.  Princeton School has a dedicated staff, enthusiastic children and a warm community all committed to creating a stimulating, positive learning environment.  Along with a strong focus on academics, students learning is enriched through various activities and special events supported by active parents.

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A great year of learning lies ahead of us!  At Princeton, students and staff, are ALL learners. We constantly work hard, try new things, get feedback on our progress, refine our work and our actions, do it again, and move onto the next steps in our learning journey.  

Each journey is unique. We challenge each other to be the best we can, to accept our own and others’ strengths and weaknesses. We celebrate success. We see mistakes not as failure, but as an essential part of learning.  Part of this journey includes the need for students to be accountable for their own conduct and for the development of positive relationships with others.  We assume responsibility for ourselves as learners; let all learn and let all teach! 

Each journey is much more than a list of simple facts.  Students need to be competent in many areas and will be tasked with solving the problems of today, while imagining and creating a new tomorrow. Critical thinking, collaborating, managing information, and developing cultural and global citizenship are all vital. These competencies are critical for equipping students with the knowledge, skills and attitudes that they will need to successfully navigate their personal journeys in learning, living, and working.

Each journey starts with walking through a door, sometimes into the unknown, sometimes into the familiar. Together with parents and families, students and staff will unlock doors into further learning and understanding. We look forward to our journey together!


Greg Zukiwsky