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Braemar School is truly a hidden gem located in a quiet residential area in the southeast quadrant of the city of Edmonton. The school itself is a bright and sprawling campus surrounded by a greenbelt that encompasses a square city block of parkland. The school was established and is championed by Edmonton Public Schools for the express purpose of providing an education in a supportive environment exclusively for pregnant and parenting teens ranging from 13 to 19 years of age.

We offer a full range of core courses in classrooms that are fully equipped with Smart Boards. The students have available the use of portable wireless Chrome Books to support learning in the core courses as well as graphing calculators to aid them in their learning. The school also boasts a computer lab equipped for a full-range of Career and Technology Studies courses. Besides the computer lab, we offer fully modern labs for the study of Foods and Art as well as the Science Lab which supports studies in the upper level Science courses. To round out your education in Health and Wellness, we have two gymnasiums and a fully-equipped fitness centre.

If your schooling has been interrupted and you need to catch up to grade level curriculum, we offer supervised self-directed learning through modules supplied by Alberta Education. This school is fully equipped to offer you the finest education available to prepare you for success and a bright future in the world of the 21st Century.


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  • How to Register at Braemar

    May
    24
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    Braemar is accepting student registrations at any time by appointment.

    Please contact the office at 780-468-3000 to request an appointment to register.

    You are required to bring your Birth Certificate and Alberta Health Card when you come to register.

    If you are under the age of 18 years and living at home, a parent must accompany you.

     

  • Soup's On!

    Nov
    30
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    Today, the Terra Association along with the United Way, provided us with a Taste of Terra and a variety of soups to taste and judge!

  • Braemar's Version of the Food Show - Chopped!

    Nov
    30
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    This afternoon, three teams competed in the first-ever Braemar School Chopped food contest. 
    Each team had one hour to complete an entrée and a dessert - and they did a wonderful job!

  • Aboriginal Studies 30

    Jan
    20
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    In the Aboriginal Studies 30 program at Braemar, students will gain a greater understanding of the current issues facing Aboriginal peoples worldwide, but with a specific focus on the Aboriginal peoples of Canada. Aboriginal Studies 30 enables students to demonstrate an understanding of the issues of Aboriginal rights and self-government, Aboriginal land claims, Aboriginal peoples in Canadian society and Aboriginal world issues. 

  • ART 10-20-30

    May
    24
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    The Art courses at Braemar are designed to provide students with an opportunity to explore and appreciate the world around them through a variety of media.  
    Students are encouraged to create works that are products of their experiences.