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  • School Philosophy

    School Philosophy

    At Garneau school we recognize that each child has an innate capacity from which to grow.  Learning is inspired through nurturing authentic relationships with people, community, the natural world, and ideas. We are dedicated to cultivating meaningful and innovative learning, and fostering academic integrity.

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  • Garneau Program

    Garneau Program

    Garneau (Regular) Program

    Garneau School’s kindergarten to grade six program supports in-depth learning focused on 21st century knowledge, skills and attitudes. Students learn competencies such as collaboration, creativity and communication through an inquiry and project approach to learning. Literacy and numeracy are central to instruction in all classes. Our Garneau program provides children with meaningful opportunities to be active participants in their learning.


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  • Child Study Centre Program

    Child Study Centre Program

    The Child Study Centre (CSC) program is a grade K to 6 program that provides an environment for in-depth learning focused on 21st century knowledge, skills and attitudes.  Methods informing CSC instruction are project approach and inquiry-based strategies.  Through this approach to learning, competencies such as collaboration, creativity and communication are developed. The CSC program is grounded in an educational philosophy which is a distinctive feature of the culture and style of instruction:

    Children learn best when:

    • teachers are responsive to individual learning needs and interests
    • children are interested in what they learn
    • there are opportunities to learn in depth, building on everyday experience
    • there is provision for active investigation, observation and discussion
    • children's inquiry is guided by their own questions and desires to learn
    • children can interact first hand with people, objects, places and events
    • children can represent their learning in a variety of ways
    • learning is memorable rather than memorized

    The CSC program is organized in combined grade groupings providing many benefits to students including strong opportunities for collaboration and leadership.

    We use our version of the 3 R's  (Research, Relationships and Representation) as the foundation for promoting learning that is relevant, meaningful, and diverse. To view the FAQ document click here.

    Child Study Centre Program Review

    The Child Study Centre program is currently participating in a program review as part of the greater District's Infrastructure Plan beginning in the spring of 2017 and concluding in the fall. We would like to invite all interested families to provide input into the review process by participating in an online conversation. Many of you will receive an invitation directly through e-mail. If you do not receive this, please use the link below to self-subscribe. 

    Program Review Survey

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Volunteer Appreciation

Volunteer Appreciation


Registration Information


Registration at certain grades is limited to students that have newly moved into the designated attendance area of Garneau School. Please use the EPSB Find a School tool (click here) to find your designated schools.

Registration in our Science Alternative Program is now closed at all grade levels.

Registration in our community program is closed at Kindergarten, Grade 1 and Grade 2. It remains open for Grades 3 through 6.

Garneau School's open house will be on Tuesday, March 12, 2019 from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. 

We invite you to come on out and meet our staff and students.

Kindergarten Registration

  • Registrations for kindergarten will be accepted starting Feb. 4th for the 2019-2020 school year.
  • Children who will be four and a half years old as of September 1, 2019 will be eligible to attend kindergarten in September, 2019.
  • Registration forms are available in the school office.
  • Please bring your child’s birth certificate documents to verify age.
  • Documents to verify your place of residence will be required (such as a driver’s license, mortgage agreement, lease agreement or utilities bills.) 
  • In some circumstances, documents to confirm a child and/or parent’s status in Canada may be required (such as work or study permits).
  • If your child was not immunized in Edmonton, please bring their records. 

Would you like to learn more about our school?

We’d be happy to answer any questions that you may have. 

Give us a call.  780-433-1390

General Registration

If you are interested in being part of our school please contact us at 780-433-1390.
If you would like to find out more about registering your child with Edmonton Public Schools please visit us at www.epsb.ca


Building Great Neighbourhoods - Garneau

Garneau has been chosen for neighbourhood renewal beginning in spring 2021. Reconstruction in Garneau is expected to be a two-year process, with anticipated completion in 2022.

Planning for Garneau neighbourhood renewal begins now for construction in 2021. Get involved early to share what is important to you and what changes you would like to see. As a Garneau resident or property owner, your input will help shape the future of the neighbourhood. The first input opportunity is the Visioning Survey, which is online until Friday December 7, 2018.

The Survey and More Information Can Be Found By Clicking Here: Link



Garneau School is a welcoming school community that is home to two programs, the Garneau (Regular) program and the Child Study Centre program. Both programs deliver the mandated Alberta Programs of Study through rich educational experiences for all children. Students from both programs come from a variety of backgrounds and communities, as they join to form the learning community at Garneau School. Our parents value the family atmosphere, quality education, cultural diversity and collaborative approach to learning.

Our learning community is diverse, and the uniqueness of each member is celebrated. We have several regular school wide events; Terry Fox Run,  Harvest Ball-O-Fun, Winter Concert, and Pancake Breakfasts. Students, parents and staff work together to create a warm and welcoming learning environment.


Principal's Message

Welcome to Garneau School.

At Garneau School our classrooms and school learning spaces are flexible and engaging. Students access technology to interact with the world around them and support inquiry and investigation. Our learning spaces reflect our belief in communication and collaboration with each other, the community and world around us. We believe learning is active and interactive.

Children’s investigations frequently take them outside the school building and into the surrounding neighborhood.  Garneau School is ideally situated to encourage first hand investigations of the program of studies with easy access to Edmonton’s River Valley, University of Alberta, Parliament Building, unique local businesses, and the LRT connecting us to the city core.

These are exciting times at Garneau School, we will be celebrating the conclusion of the Child Study Centre and preparing for the transition to the inquiry based Science Alternative program for the fall of 2019. We value relationships and rely on collaboration from all our partners; including students, parents, staff and community members. We honour student voice, as children are actively involved and engaged in their learning, and parent voice as we work together to create learning opportunities that are valuable to each child.


Yours in partnership,

Jon Paul Cooper, Principal

Garneau School, Inspiring Curiosity


Registration for the 2018-2019 School Year

All classes at Garneau School are currently closed. Only registrations from those families who have moved into the attendance area after April 16, 2018 will be accepted. Please use the EPSB Find a School tool (link) to help you find your designated school.