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Queen Alexandra School

Principal: Tamie Beattie
Address: 7730 106 Street NW
Edmonton, Alberta T6E 4W3
Phone: 780-439-2516
Fax: 780-433-5510
Email: queenalexandra@epsb.ca
Web: https://queenalexandra.epsb.ca/


Ward – Trustee

F – Julie Kusiek

Total Enrolment 2022–23View more information


Growth Control Model 2022–23

Level 1

Programs 2023–24
Program Enrolment 2022–23View more information

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About Queen Alexandra School

École Queen Alexandra School fosters high academic learning through excellence in teaching and commitment to student growth. We create a thriving, dynamic and inspiring educational environment that produces self-directed learners to confidently prepare them for the future. We strive to have all students become strong readers and writers, as it's essential to so many learning experiences.
École Queen Alexandra School offers two alternative programs: French Immersion and Logos Christian programming. Both alternative programs follow the Alberta Education curriculum with an intentional focus on French language instruction or Christian values.
Beginning September 2020, Queen Alexandra School opened a French Immersion Kindergarten class. The program will grow each year by adding one grade per year to eventually offer K to Grade 6 programming. Completing French Immersion Kindergarten is not a prerequisite for Grade 1 enrolment. French Immersion provides students with opportunities to acquire and maintain language skills in French and English. Students will develop language, literacy and numeracy skills to communicate in both languages. Students will learn about French culture, traditions and celebrations.
The Logos Christian program allows students to develop academic skills while integrating biblical principles into all areas of study. It provides an opportunity for students to live out Christian values, morals and beliefs in supportive and nurturing environments. The Logos Christian program is a non-denominational faith-based program welcoming all families and religions.
In collaboration with parents and our community partners, students maximize their potential by developing behaviours necessary for success in school and their chosen career pathway. Students integrate the MindUp program and Zones of Regulation to learn about their own brains and learning environment to optimize their learning. We create a positive, safe environment in which students, parents, teachers and community members work together to support the mental health and wellness of students. We also believe in the restorative power of nature and know that children learn best in an environment of cooperation and trust.


We believe:

  • In collaborating with parents and our community partners
  • In supporting students understanding of optimal learning and self-regulation strategies to help them maximize their potential
  • In developing behaviours necessary for student success in school and their chosen career pathway

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