Edgerton Public School

Serving the community of Edgerton and surrounding area we offer Kindergarten through Grade 12. ‘Striving and Succeeding Together’

5216 - 53 Street PO Box 29 Edgerton, Alberta Canada T0B 1K0
Phone Number:
(780) 755-3810
Fax Number:
(780) 755-2252
The Edgerton Public school serves the community of Edgerton and surrounding area. The School offers Kindergarten through Grade 12 with small class sizes, dedicated staff and a fun learning environment. The small student – teacher ratio provides opportunity for closer instruction and support for each student. The Edgerton school students and staff are ‘Striving and Succeeding Together’.

Our School has a strong Student Leadership Group, supported by Teachers and Support Staff mentors that host a variety of fun events for the students, and fundraising to support their activities throughout the year. Students are invited to engage in and become a part of the various sports teams at the school, School Yearbook, Buddy Initiative, and the Student Leadership Group.

Students in Senior High have great opportunities to enrol in Dual Credit Registered Apprenticeship Programs through partnerships with Lakeland College and Olds College. The Lakeland Trades Dual Credit Courses allow the students to achieve their first year certification in Carpentry or Welding. Other Lakeland Dual Credit Programs are PLAY (Early Learning and Child Care), Exploring Exceptionalities, Environmental Sustainability, Introduction to Heavy Oil & Gas, Introduction to Esthetics, Introduction to Soil Science and Health Care Aide; courses are also offered for Mechanics, Electrical, and Interior Design. The Olds College program provides students with the opportunity to learn Entrepreneurship Essentials and Financial Literacy. Students may also take part in the Green Certificate Program as well as the Registered Apprenticeship Program.

Edgerton School Council

The Edgerton School Council is made up of Parents, Administration, Staff, and Community Members. It is a means for parents and community members to work together with the school to support and enhance student learning.
The School Council invites all parents to participate by attending the Council meetings to provide input and support. 
Last modified on April 11, 2018  by Village of Edgerton

Category: School


Did You Know?

The first Edgerton school opened in 1910, which was a one room building. Due to its size the school was able to accommodate 50-60 pupils. During the winter months, the children's school lunches quite often had to be placed around the stove to thaw out.