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Our School

About Our School

Westbrook School is a Kindergarten to Grade 8 school which has been in operation since 1953. The school is located in the foothills fifteen minutes north of Cochrane, Alberta on Highway 22 in the heart of an agricultural/ranching and acreage area. A brand new school was built to replace the original school and the doors opened September 2020.

Westbrook School services approximately 190 students in a beautiful building consisting of 10 classrooms, a Learning Commons and gymnasium.  In our middle school, we provide complimentary classes (Art, Music and Outdoor Ed) as well as options (Drama, French, Communications Technology & Physical Enrichment) to our grade 7/8's.

We have a tradition of strong academic programming, dedicated staff, a supportive and involved community, and an excellent extra-curricular program. Westbrook School is a child-centered school. It is our belief that every child has a right to the best education we can provide. We believe it is important to help our students maintain a positive self-image and work collaboratively to meet all students needs.

The Westbrook experience is a unique opportunity for everyone. The benefits of a smaller size school, where student strengths and areas of growth are well known, parents and staff work closely as a team to ensure students achieve success and meet their full potential as learners academically, socially, and physically.

Mission Statement

The Westbrook School's purpose is to provide students every opportunity for intellectual, physical, social, and emotional growth utilizing the strengths and resources of the local, provincial, and global community. The school also provides educational leadership within the community to promote this growth in our children.

Vision Statement

Our vision is for Westbrook School and the community at large to be a collegial and collaborative partnership of learners where students experience the opportunity to achieve their personal best in a safe, respectful, supportive and caring environment so that they may become responsible and valued citizens.

Land Acknowledgment

Rocky View Schools would like to acknowledge the land and recognize all the Indigenous Peoples whose footprints have marked these lands from time immemorial. Together, we can learn and honour the Ways of Knowing of Indigenous Peoples for all future generations.