No School. Winter Break for both students and staff.
Charter Granted on: September 15, 1995
15-Year Charter, Effective September 1, 2021
Important dates for parents and students at our school
CAPE provides personalized programming to support each student as they pursue their personal goals. Small class sizes and the resulting low student to staff ratio is foundational to supporting academic and personal excellence.
The community is a partner in learning as it provides the domain for opportunities and experiences which expand beyond the school, including leadership, collaboration, diversity, and resourcefulness.
Class Cap for K-3
Class Cap for 4-5
Class Cap for 6-9
Full Time Educational Assistants
Average Class Size
Student Teacher Ratio (2021:2022)
High School Completion
High School Graduates that move on to Post Secondary
of faculty hold advanced degrees
Community Organizations and Individuals involved in support of CAPE (Impacted by COVID-19)
of Budget in support of student learning
of parents are satisfied with involvement in decisions about their children's programs/education
Under the leadership of the First Nations, Métis and Inuit team, CAPE has developed a Land Acknowledgment document as part of the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. Teacher Donna […]
17 January, 2022
CAPE school participated in a various amount of activities in the month of December. The Special Events Committee planned several events that took place along with the opportunity for CAPE […]
09 January, 2022
CAPE was contacted by a community artist, Jeff Goring, to do a community based mural project at the school, which was filmed by Shaw. Jeff has been responsible for running "MuralFest" in the Medicine Hat area for the last 3 years with the goal to create positive messages to encourage and uplift youth and the community as a whole. Grades 4-9 were sent a survey to collect their choice of words to use on the mural. The chosen words (kind, accepting, diverse, inclusive, amazing, fun, welcoming, helpful, happy, challenging, caring, creative) were some of the words painted on the wall leading up to the mezzanine and down towards the gymnasium. Labour for this project was donated and the project was supported financially by the CAPE School council. Students and staff have commented how uplifting and bold this statement is for our school.
13 December, 2021