Calgary Board of Education Louise Dean School
120 - 23 Street N.W., Calgary AB T2N 2P1 | Grades 9-12
t | 403-777-7630  e | LouiseDean@cbe.ab.ca

 
 

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Upcoming Events
NOV  
10 Remembrance Day Assembly 10:45
11 Remembrance Day - no classes
14 Term 2 Starts
Welcome new and returning students
22 Report Cards & Learning Celebration
25 Student Conference Day
DEC  
2 CBE non-instruction day - no school
7 Influenza Clinic - pm
18 Winter Party
All children are welcome at school for a morning of fun!
19- Jan 2 WINTER BREAK
JAN  
3 Classes resume
16 Diploma Exam – ELA 30-1 & 30-2 - Part A
17 Diploma Exam – SS 30-1 & 30-2 - Part A
23 Diploma Exam – ELA 30-1 & 30-2 - Part B
24 Diploma Exam – SS 30-1 & 30-2 - Part B
24-31 Non-Diploma Exams & Credit Completion Begin
24 Period 1 Exam
25 Diploma Exam – Math 30-1 & 30-2
25 Period 2 Exam
26 Period 3 Exam
27 Period 4 Exam 
FEB  
1 Term 3 /Semester 2
3 Non-Instructional Day – No Classes
7 Report Cards & Learning Celebration 12:45
15 Picture Retakes
16-17 Teachers’ Convention – No Classes
20 Family Day Monday – No Classes
MAR  
2 Family Fun Night-Round Dance
14 T.A. lunch   
Pi Day
22 ast Day of Class
23 P/T Conferences - No Classes
24 Non-Instructional Day-No Classes
27 - Apr. 3 Spring Break
No Classes

 

 

 

Welcome to Louise Dean School

Louise Dean School is a specialized Grade 9 – 12 education program for pregnant and parenting teens. The school is a compassionate and caring community, which is anchored by the strong belief that education is the key to moving the lives of our students and their children forward. Our goal is to ensure that every young woman that we work has comprehensive supports, as they move into family and community leadership.

 

The education program allows students to work towards a high school diploma or certificate, while affording them flexible scheduling for maternity leaves, counselling or lifestyle challenges. Students who are too old to complete their grade 12 studies at the school are also welcome to join us to complete core courses. Students may enter the school while they are pregnant or after the birth of their child. Some students transfer directly from their home school, while other students have been out of school for a length of time. Regardless of a student’s academic background, Louise Dean School works to support learning and lifestyle needs. This is a full-time education program with direct instruction.

 

Learning support at Louise Dean School is highly personalized to meet academic and emotional needs. The school follows the traditional calendar, but also has a five week site-based summer school program. Intake is continuous to ensure that all students have immediate access to supports.

 

Louise Dean School has a formal partnership with Catholic Family Service and Alberta Health Services which guarantees that all students access ‘wrap-around’ supports. These supports include onsite subsidized childcare for infants, counselling, prenatal and parenting classes, financial assistance and career counselling. Moving into post-secondary programs is highly encouraged and supported.

 

Assistance from community and individual supporters allows us to offer a free breakfast program, a subsidized lunch program, support in preparing for the arrival of a baby and scholarships for post-secondary education. The Centre partnership with the Alberta government, also allows the school to offer a Learner Bursary Program that provides personal financial assistance and childcare funding that may be required to move towards high school completion.

 

Balancing the demands of full time school and parenting is a challenge; however students at Louise Dean School learn to work together to move their lives forward. The school is a very safe environment where students are supported to set high personal and family goals. If a student is looking to return to school or is interested in transferring from another school program, please contact the office for additional information or a tour.

Parent/Teacher Conversations

Thursday November 24th – 3:30 – 6:00
Friday November 25th– 8:30 – 12:00

Instructions (pdf)

 

School Council Meeting

Goal | Provide parental guidance and insights into your child’s education
Time | Monthly meetings with committee and small group work as required
The time for these meetings will be collaboratively set by the School Council
Roles
There has been no School Council at the school for a number of years, so all formal positions are open.

Please email Rita Dickson
 rmdickson@cbe.ab.ca 
or call 403 777 7630
to express your interest in attending or for further information.

 

Don't Miss Out on School Messages

 

Parents/guardians: Due to Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL), if you want to keep receiving electronic messages from our school on commercial topics such as student fees and field trip costs, you need to subscribe online.

In addition, if you want to receive any text messages from our school, you need to opt-in by texting the word YES to the six-digit number 724665.

 

 

Donated Items

Students and staff at Louise Dean School would like to thank our community donors. Your support enriches the lives of students. It also allows us provide more comprehensive lifestyle supports for both the babies and the mothers. Without your support and the support of our partners, Catholic Family Service, Alberta Health Services and the Alberta Department of Human Services, it would be impossible to provide the wrap-around supports that lead to high school completion. For additional information on items that are always in short supply, please contact Rita or Allison at 403 777 7630.

All donations are directly accepted by the school with the exception of used clothing and childcare products. We simply do not have the space to store these items.  We collaborate with www.Madebymomma.org and other charities to support our students. We ask that you please be in touch with them if you have donations.

Registration

Please visit our registration page.

 

myPass
Alberta Government | myPass

myPass is an Alberta Education secure self-service website for Alberta high school students to:

  • View and print diploma exam result statements
  • Order transcripts
  • View progress towards a credential (diploma or certificate)
  • View student personal information
  • View and print a detailed academic report (DAR)
  • Order additional copies of a credential

Go to myPass

 

 

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