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Home of the Sabres!

9401 - 99 Ave., Sexsmith, Alberta

Our student-centered school offers a wide range of academic and practical courses in Grades 7-12. Junior high school students come from Sexsmith and the surrounding rural area. Students from Teepee Creek join the school in Grade 9, while students from LaGlace join the school in Grade 10.

Mission Statement: 
Educating for Empowerment. Striving for Success. Learning for Life. 

To create lifelong active learners who strive for success. 

Special features: 
Students have access to a wide range of technology, including Chromebooks and laptops. The school features dedicated labs for foods, mechanics, building construction, photography and cosmetology programs. Additional facilities support special needs, fine arts, and athletic programs. A vibrant library and full-service cafeteria provide further support to students.

In addition to core academic courses, specialized options are offered in foods, mechanics, woodworking and construction, cosmetology, robotics, photography, yoga, forensics, film studies, sports acceleration, outdoor education, Registered Apprenticeship Program (RAP), Green Certificate and work experience. The school also provides specialized programming for Inclusive Education and has a very successful Knowledge and Employability (K&E) stream in both junior and senior high school. Fine arts are well represented with options such as instrumental music, art, and drama.
Junior High: 
In junior high, students choose from a regular program of core subjects or the alternate K & E program. The weekly timetable includes language arts, math, social studies, science, physical education and health. Junior high options include cooking, art, cosmetology, wood shop and more.
Senior High: 
Senior high students have access to all core subjects and a vast array of electives, including Career and Technology Studies (CTS) programming in the areas of construction, cosmetology and foods, as well as fine arts, French and physical education. A wide range of off-campus programs are also available.

A Student Leadership Team organizes school-wide activities and the Interact Club is actively involved with international and local projects. Students can also receive specialized First Aid training through the First Responders program. Many other clubs representing unique interests are also available.
Sexsmith Sabres student-athletes compete in volleyball, basketball, cross-country running, football, rugby, track and field, badminton, curling, and wrestling.

Contact us: 
(780) 568-3642
View our staff list. 

Trustee Contact: 
 Dale Crane, Ward 6: dalecrane@pwsd76.ab.ca