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Queen Elizabeth High School  - the home of the KNIGHTS

Advanced Placement (AP) Information Night| February 20, 2020

Learn about the advantages and educational philosophy of the Advanced Placement Program during this 90 minute information session. 

Date: Thursday, February 20, 2020

Time: 6:30-8:00 pm

Place: 9425 132 Avenue NW Library Commons

Open House| March 3, 2020

 Date: Tuesday, March 3, 2020

Time: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Place: 9425 132 Ave NW

 

Open House: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Our open house will begin in the main gym. Followed by self-directed tours. School maps will be provided and teachers will be available to answer your questions during the evening. 

Evening Format:

 

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Welcome to Queen Elizabeth High School (main Gym)

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Advanced Placement (AP) information session (Library Commons)

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Self-directed tours to learn about various programs/options/clubs that we offer. Teachers and students will be available to answer your questions. School maps will be provided. 

If you have further questions regarding our Open House, please contact the school's Main Office at (780) 476-8671 or queene@epsb.ca. We are looking forward to seeing you on March 3!

 


UNESCO

Queen Elizabeth High School is one of two schools in Alberta designated as an UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization) School. UNESCO schools focus on innovative inclusive quality education. As such, we "empower learners to take on active roles locally and globally to resolve global challenges and contribute proactively to a more just, peaceful, inclusive, secure and sustainable world". 

As an UNESCO school, our emphasis is on UNESCO's four pillars of learning:

1. Learning to Know

2. Learning to Do

3. Learning to Be

4. Learning to Live Together Sustainably