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Thelma Chalifoux School

Principal: Shauna Paul
Address: 2781 43A Ave NW
Edmonton, Alberta T6T 1G7
Phone: 587-489-4737
Fax: 587-489-4735
Email: thelmachalifoux@epsb.ca
Web: https://thelmachalifoux.epsb.ca/


Ward – Trustee

G – Saadiq Sumar

Total Enrolment 2023–24View more information


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Program Enrolment 2023–24View more information

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About Thelma Chalifoux School

Thelma Chalifoux was a determined, courageous, responsible, dedicated, hard-working and helpful Senator and Métis activist who worked tirelessly on a variety of issues that affected Indigenous people and women.

Thelma Chalifoux School is a vibrant 21st Century learning environment. We are located in the Larkspur community and offer:

  • regular programming
  • Interactions programming for students who have autism spectrum disorder
  • the Division's Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) program

Students at our school receive strong academic programming, are actively involved in their own learning and are encouraged and supported as responsible citizens within the community. Students will have a variety of opportunities for extracurricular involvement including:

  • intramurals
  • interschool athletics
  • fine arts
  • involvement in citizenship and student and community leadership initiatives 

Thelma Chalifoux School is also pleased to share an Indigenous Cultural Liaison with three other Division junior high schools. Our cultural liaison not only helps provide support to Indigenous learners but also creates a greater awareness and understanding of Indigenous culture in our school community.

Our staff build a culture of belonging and inclusivity through relationships and celebrating the individual strengths within the school community. We are also  committed to developing well-rounded students. 

Our flexible spaces for students and staff encourage collaboration, creativity, innovation and self-discovery.


With the Division’s core values of accountability, collaboration, equity and integrity as the foundation of our work, it is our responsibility to create a learning environment at Thelma Chalifoux School that promotes competencies to empower students to meet the needs of a changing society, workforce and climate.

At Thelma Chalifoux, we strive to create a culture of excellence through student-centered and engaging learning experiences which build students' confidence in support of their growth and potential to experience success beyond schooling. We work collaboratively with our school community, community agencies, and partnerships in support of outstanding learning opportunities for students through a culture of belonging, inclusivity and positive relationships.

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