Jamieson Girls’ Academy for Grades 4 to 9 is designed to ensure
that girls will develop academic, leadership and organizational skills
for success in their personal life, their educational endeavours and their
career pathways. This program celebrates academic mastery and personal
best. Unique educational initiatives of the program include an emphasis
on student independence, empowerment and leadership, the construction
of mentorship networks with successful women, provision of counsel for
post-program pathways and exposure to sciences and technology. Girls will
have the opportunity to examine gender roles through Women’s Studies
and a girl-focused curriculum in addition to the Alberta Program of Studies.
The overall goal is to build on girls' strengths to create an optimistic
and empowered culture.
Registering Your Child for School
We invite you to visit, call (403-777-6800) or email our office during to inquire about registration for any of our school's programs. The main page of the Alice Jamieson Girls' Academy website will inform prospective families when applications are available; please feel free to sign up for our RSS Feed to be informed about application information and to receive notice of when newsletters are available.
More information about registering your child in CBE schools
Click here for a flyer about student attendance.
Some fun math games to play at home
Click here for some fun math games you can play with a deck of cards.
Publications for Stanley Jones schoolwide reports (Annual Reports, etc)
Click here to visit the "Publications" section of Stanley Jones School, to read schoolwide documents, such as Annual Reports, etc).
International Baccalaureate (IB) and Advanced Placement (AP) Information for parents of Grade 9 students
- Information about the IB program can be found here.
- Information about the AP program can be found here.
Supporting Your Child’s Resilience:
Terrible, Troubled, Tempestuous
Terrific Teen Years
Dr. Ursula Steele, Sue Govier, and Sandra Fowler-Brown
> Click image to watch (PPT)
Requires Microsoft PowerPoint or PowerPoint Viewer
Building a community of learners one step at a time
optimistic future for your girls began at their birth and was advanced
in August 2002 when the feasibility committee conceptualized Alice Jamieson
Girls’ Academy. Each step brings the girls closer to Alice Jamieson
Girls’ Academy’s relationship-based program. The success of
this innovative, girl-centred program depends on staff, students, parents
and members of the larger community working together. You can be confident
that this program will be a success!
for the students is evident throughout Calgary. The staff, students and
parents of Stanley Jones School warmly welcomed this Academy knowing it
will benefit the whole community. Caring citizens of Calgary want the
girls in our program to enter adulthood with competence and confidence
and are providing mentorship opportunities. It is wonderful to see so
many communities come together to support the philosophy of AJA. Imagine
how much more powerful these communities will be when they meet the AJA
Learning Activities for Home
The staff at Stanley Jones School has compiled a list of activities that families can do at home in support of literacy, math, and a variety of other ideas. We hope you find this resource useful!
Stanley Jones School Literacy Night - Support for Parents
After sharing a variety of literacy strategies and tools with families at our recent 'Literacy Night', the Stanley Jones School staff has compiled a description of their sessions for parents to use as a reference. Please see the attached document to read about the strategies and tools that were shared during 'Literacy Night' and so that you can use these to support the literacy development of your child at home.