Charter Granted on: September 15, 1995
15-Year Charter, Effective September 1, 2021
Important dates for parents and students at our school
Orders are due Jan. 31st by 9pm. • Visit the website: jmwells.scentsy.ca - Make sure you select "CAPE School Fundraiser" as your party when you check out • Contact Julie-Ann Wells directly to place your order and SAVE ON SOME SHIPPING COSTS - Call or Text 403-866-0645
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 (2022:2023)
Student Adult Ratio (2022:2023)
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
CAPE students have experienced wonderful success with their participation in many school wide events. Throughout the school year students have participated in different math contests such as Math League, grade levels 4 through 8, and algebra for grade 9 students. The students also competed in the Waterloo University contests - Gauss, grade 7 and 8, and Pascal, grade 9. Every year CAPE participates in an art show in which the Esplanade hosts a division called "school art." The students had the opportunity to have their very best artwork selected to be displayed. Phenomenal teamwork has been demonstrated while competing in after school badminton tournaments. Congratulations to the following students; - Dilsaaz A., Megan B., Salah A., Sarvesh P., Dawson B. (Grade 6 Math League Team) - Angelina P., Liyana K., Lucy F., Amber Y., Otto E. (Grade 7 Math League Team) - Rayyan B., Haejeong L., Riley V., Grady W., Aiden G. (Grade 8 Math League Team) - Jood J. (Pascal- placed with distinction in the top percent of all participants) - Angelina P. (Badminton Bantam Girls Singles- finished 4th place) - Mannat S. (Badminton- achieved 1st round of playoffs) - Oliver E. and Holden S. (Badminton- achieved 1st round of playoffs) - Arya P., Aria G., Francis E., Brighten S., Peyton F., Areia C., Eva B., Chigozie I., Clinton T., Bree H., Molly O., Sarah B., Georgia W., Elise N., Sadie S., Maria G.C., Echo M., Saaliha R., Kaiden B., Kaylee M., Rhiannon B. W., Kyson V., Reese B., Eric W., Zainab R. (School Art- selected winners)
08 April, 2022
On Friday, February 18th, CAPE school recognized a world wide event known as Anti-Bullying Day (Pink Shirt Day). This is a day that has been introduced to promote acts of kindness and the prevention of bullying towards others. This event was founded by two male students in Nova Scotia who stood up against bullying in their school by wearing pink coloured shirts. The students distributed over 50 shirts to classmates to promote their support of anti-bullying. Over time this movement has evolved into a national and world-wide event which has been demonstrated. This year CAPE has shown our support of anti-bullying. The school planned several student activities which took place throughout the day to engage students in conversations about bullying and the negative effects. Students were encouraged to come wearing clothes with a "pink theme" to show their individual support for anti-bullying. CAPE also accepted monetary donations which directly supported PinkShirtDay.ca. Students were eager to show their decision to support Anti-Bullying.
24 February, 2022
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 Goyer-Franz’s interest in the First Nations, Métis and Inuit culture, history and traditions was instrumental in the development of the document. Bruce Dynes of Framing & Art Centre in Medicine Hat graciously framed this document and it now hangs in our school’s main entrance for all to see, read, and reflect.
17 January, 2022