119 Pinetown Place NE Calgary AB T1Y 5J1
T (403) 285 9277 F (403) 457 5289
Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 3:30 pm
Our Pinetown campus offers Junior Kindergarten to Kindergarten classes. Parents who wish to take advantage of a half day program for their children are encouraged to look into our academic and enrichment ECS/Preschool offering at Pinetown, NE Calgary. Registrations typically start in January of a given year. This program starts in September and goes until the end of June the following year. This program operates five days a week, with a two week Christmas break and a one week break in March for reading week.
There are three sessions available*
1. 8:00 am to 10:30 am, transportation available
2. 10:30 am to 1:00 pm, transportation available
3. 1:00 pm to 3:30 pm, transportation available
*Parents must arrive 5 minutes prior to class start time. Teachers will not open doors until the specified start time for the class. Please do not leave your child unattended at the door.
Admission fee for this program is $1200.00 and due in full at the time of registration. Transportation is available to and from school. Bus service costs $1500 per year, or $150 per month. Areas being serviced by bus include Martindale, Saddleridge, Taradale and Taravista.
The child must be 3 years and 6 months before September 1st. Classes start August 23, 2017. For holiday closures and other specific holiday details please view the calendar.
Bus service is available for the communities of Martindale, Saddleridge, Taradale and Taravista.
1. Child's birth certificate
2. Child's Alberta Health Care Card
3. Proof of valid status of child in Canada
4. Parent's valid government issued picture ID
5. A void cheque for transportation fee
The junior kindergarten program comprises of education in early literacy, early numeracy, weather, time, learning through play and other structured modules.
This program is for students who will be 3 years and 6 months before September 1st of a given year. Early learning experiences are crucial to the future well-being of children, and establish the foundation for the acquisition of knowledge and skills that will affect later learning and behaviour. Children thrive within classrooms that meet their physical and developmental needs and that provide a secure, respectful, and nurturing environment.
The program has similar structure to a kindergarten program offered at public and private schools. It includes early literacy, early numeracy, citizenship and identity, homework to reinforce concepts introduced in class, learning through play, environmental awareness, development of gross and fine motor skills and much more. This program graduates children into kindergarten very well prepared to excel in the next year and develop academic and social skills that will serve them indefinitely.