Next generation of innovators

Join The Next Generation Of Innovators

We provide students a rigorous and engaging high school learning experience – one that is purpose-built for a future defined by innovation.

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The STEM Innovation Difference

Our enhanced Alberta High School curriculum supports a deep exploration in areas such as:

Engineering and Design Solutions

Future Ready Leaders
Keynote Series

Computational Thinking
including Artificial Intelligence

Media and Digital Technologies

Technology Explorations
for Business and Medicine

Honours Academies of Excellence

STEM Education is in Our DNA

We embody a vision for education our province needs more than ever – inspiring students to be technology creators and innovators, not just technology users.

Students gain the skills, knowledge, and attitudes that will prepare them to build fulfilling lives and rewarding careers in an increasingly complex world driven by exponential technological change.

Academic Excellence

Our academic program offers exceptional depth and breadth and is led by exceptional teachers. We give students a solid grounding in the fundamentals but also the flexibility to pursue a variety of enriching complementary courses.

Our Honours Academies offer self-motivated students the opportunity to study math and science in greater depth through intensive research and study. These courses are developed with input from post-secondary institutions and help prepare students for life beyond high school.

Global Network

MIT Fab Lab

We are excited to be Alberta’s first MIT Fab Lab! As a part of this program, our digital fabrication facility will be linked to 1750 labs in over 100 countries, allowing students to collaborate with their global peers.

We live in a global society, interconnected to each other far greater than in past generations. We recognize this reality and wish to encourage and nurture a global innovation focus at our school.

The Fab Lab program emerged from MIT’s Center for Bits and Atoms (CBA), a cross-campus program that works to merge the digital world with the physical world. 

These digital fabrication laboratories help inspire people to turn ideas into new prototypes by giving them access to a wide range of advanced digital manufacturing technology.

These labs are connected by similar processes and equipment. A student in Kenya, Egypt or Finland can upload their project to the network, to be accessed by a student in Calgary.

Fab Lab equipment includes 3D printers, laser cutters, CNC machines, a vinyl cutter, and a variety of robotics, sensors, and electronic components.

Location, Location, Location

We are located just one block north of the University of Calgary in the 76-acre University Innovation Quarter (UIQ), an innovation and research cluster incubating innovation, talent, and academic learnings for Calgary’s innovation community. We are close to the new Life Sciences Innovation Hub – a facility designed to advance new hubs for science, engineering, energy and social innovation.

Our high school is situated in the Charter Hub Society building (formerly SMART Technologies) – just steps away from the Brentwood C-train station and the bus hub.

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