To learn more about the Division's E-Learning Pilot Project, which will be operating out of Dr. Robert Plaxton Elementary School, Senator Joyce Fairbairn Middle School and Lethbridge Collegiate Institute, click the link below.


Fleetwood-Bawden is proud to house a Montessori alternate program for students in Grades 1-5. Although there are many similarities between our regular elementary classrooms and that of a Montessori classroom, there some distinguishing features that make it unique. Learn more here:


Winston Churchill is proud to offer students the opportunity to take a full Diploma in the International Baccalaureate Program. The full Diploma is completed in addition to the High School diploma offered through the Province of Alberta. Learn more here:


Spanish bilingual programming establishes an environment in which both English and Spanish are used for the purposes of communication and learning. Students have numerous opportunities to learn and use language in meaningful and purposeful ways. Learn more here:


The aim of the PHD program is to develop each player’s individual technical skills. The vision
of the program focuses on students achieving their individual potential, but at the same time
developing the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to be successful in the sport of hockey. The program is open to male and female students of all skill levels who play hockey from Gilbert Paterson Middle School. Learn more here:


École Agnes Davidson has a well-established French Immersion program. The school has dedicated French immersion teachers and staff who are skilled and passionate about their job. French Immersion is an educational approach intended to teach students to understand and communicate in French by teaching them most of their school subjects in French. In immersion programs, French is not only a subject, but a language of instruction and a means of communication. Learn more here:


Gilbert Paterson Middle School provides French Immersion programming to students in Grade 6-8. Math, Science, Social Studies and French Language Arts are taught in French. Learn more here:


High school French Immersion programming is provided at LCI. In Grade 9, Math, Science, Social Studies and French Language Arts are taught in French. In Grade 10, 11 and 12, the program changes to a French Bilingual Program, as 60 per cent of the instruction is in French. Learn more here:


Learning starts the moment a child is born. The first six years of a child’s life are an extremely important time in their development. It is a critical time in human development when the brain is developing connections faster than at any other time in a person’s life. Strong brain foundations are critical to support future learning and life success. Learn more here:


The Lethbridge Collegiate Institute Arts Academy offers students the opportunity to graduate with an Arts Certificate, indicating they have completed 40 credits in The Arts, including the Professional Development In The Arts (PDA) course. Learn more here:


The G.S. Lakie Guitar program has been running strong for the past seven years. The program is not an afterschool or lunch time club. It is a sequential three year (Grade 6 through Grade 8) music program teaching music using the guitar as the vehicle of instruction. Learn more here:


The G.S. Lakie Dance Program believes in creating a positive, engaging and inclusive atmosphere welcoming students of all levels and abilities. The program offers differentiated instruction in order to develop a movement vocabulary and expand each students' physical literacy and dance technique.


The Gilbert Paterson Middle School Band Program has a history of musical successes both locally and Provincially.
Participating in the Provincial and local festivals, the bands at Paterson continue to receive top marks, notable mentions and numerous awards yearly. Engaging approximately 225 students annually, we participate in over 21 events. The students in the band program are continually challenged in an engaging learning environment. During COVID, between
60-80 students join lessons weekly on-line after school and have continued this tradition of excellence participating in the “Song for Hope Movie”, raising funds for Cancer research, have learned multiple online music platforms to further their studies on their instrument, have started composing music, have create visual art with their sound and joined forces with the University of Lethbridge Music Department and the Lethbridge Symphony separately in joint online clinic platforms. For more information, please visit:

Lethbridge School Division, University of Lethbridge and Lethbridge College are working together to develop High School Dual Credit opportunities for the 2021/2022 school year and in the future.
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Lethbridge School Division provides a wide variety of Off-Campus Education opportunities. 
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