Schools in Tofield are part of the Battle River School Division. To view the current school year calendar, please click here.
Kindergarten through Grade 4
C.W. Sears School
5716 – 47 Street
Ph. (780) 662-3010
Fax (780) 662-2240
Principal: Mrs. Zenovia Lazaruik
Vice Principal: Mrs. Emily Coykendall
C. W. Sears School works in partnership with parents and community to provide a safe environment in which each student develops lifelong learning skills to make a positive contribution in an increasingly complex and ever changing society.
Grades 5 through 12
4824 – 58 Avenue
Office hours: 8:00 am – 3:30 pm
Monday through Friday
Principal: Tony Rice
Vice Principal(s): Mike Pollok
Our school philosophy is based on the belief that:
- Students and staff have the right to a school climate that is accepting and positive, as in a healthy family environment;
- A school family philosophy fosters responsibility, tolerance, self-esteem and self-confidence;
- The development of academic skills takes into consideration the fact that learning styles are unique and individual;
- Encouragement, respect, and support foster individual development and excellence.
North Star School
“The greatest asset a society has is its youth…”
… but sometimes young people can’t fit into what society has to offer them, especially when it comes to traditional school programs. What then?
If you’re not in school but want to be… Visit Tofield School’s Northstar Program, an alternative learning program for 16 to 20 year-olds who are not presently attending school, but want to get on with their education.
What Northstar Program Offers
- One-to-one tutorial instruction
- Academic subjects and option courses for high school credit
- Flexible time schedule
- A chance to design your own program
- Credits for work experience and special projects
- The opportunity to start school any time in the school year
How does it work?
- Students set up their own program and are involved in regular goal setting
- Course activities and learning packages are set up so students can work at an individually determined pace
- Students work independently at a safe, comfortable environment
- Students earn credits toward their high school diploma
The Northstar Program follows the regular school calendar, starting late August and wrapping up at the end of June. Students may enter the program any time during the school year.
The program is staffed by a certified teacher.
Students are charged a textbook rental fee. A deposit may be requested for special materials.
The Northstar Program is in a safe and comfortable place for all students.
The facility located in the newly-renovated west end of the Arena (formerly the Museum and Craft Room) 50 Avenue and 48 Street.