ABOUT LANSDOWNE SCHOOL:
Our small size is our strength…
Lansdowne School is located in Southwest Edmonton in the community of Lansdowne. We are focused on students in Kindergarten through to Grade 6 and draw from the local community and surrounding communities. In the 2022-2023 school year we are excited to be opening the Cogito Program alongside our Regular Program.
Built in 1968, Lansdowne School has a rich history as a diverse community of students, teachers, staff, and parents. Lansdowne School has had as many as 41 languages spoken among its population, exposing students to the vibrant multicultural fabric that makes up Edmonton, Alberta, and Canada.
Over the years, Lansdowne School has maintained a modest-sized student body drawing from communities around Edmonton, that’s continued to develop the school’s “small town” feel. A safe place where everyone watches out for each other, Lansdowne School is a friendly, caring tight-knit community where learning is fun and friendships are long-lasting.
With thriving learners, exceptional teachers, and a welcoming student body, Lansdowne School is a secure place for children to learn. With a focus on inclusivity, diversity, creativity, and knowledge sharing, Lansdowne School believes in education that supports the development of children into well-rounded global citizens.
We have a dedicated parent and community of volunteers who support our students' learning and celebrate the involvement of a strong School Council and Parent Advisory Council (Parent Association of Lansdowne Students - PALS). We are proud to share school space with the Lansdowne Child Care Family Centre and Lansdowne Out of School Care.
Lansdowne School offers the following in programming:
- Kindergarten to Grade 6
- French as a Second Language in Grades 4 to 6
- Dedicated Music teacher
- Strong home-school collaboration
- Emphasis on Character Education and Restorative Practices
- Levelled Literacy Intervention