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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. 

    Guitar Club

    Students in Grades 4-6 have the opportunity to meet once a week and learn to play guitar. 

    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 as part of our Character Education program. 

    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

    Partnerships

    With the generous support of the Edmonton Oilers Community Foundation, in cooperation with 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.

    Full Day Kindergarten Video

    Share a Book Launch Video

    W.P Wagner Ready For Life Video 

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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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Welcome

At Princeton School, we are committed to the success of each student in our safe and supportive environment. We know that when students, teachers and parents work together in partnership, we can achieve great things.

Our school wide themes and activities, paired with high academic and behavioural expectations, create an environment in which children experience much success. A wide range of learning opportunities provide various opportunities for growth. Along with staff and parents, students feel that they are an important member of our learning community, and are willing to take risks in their learning. Involvement in our community takes many forms at Princeton, and children make meaningful connections both within and outside of school.

I encourage you to join us as we learn and work together. If you would like more information about Princeton, please contact us. We would be happy to talk with you and let you see first hand what a great school Princeton is. At Princeton, I am confident that each of us - and all of us - will make the difference that is necessary for all of our children to be successful in their learning. I look forward to meeting and working with you!

Mr. D. Hess

Principal