Schools & Educational Services

Connections For Learning
4300-43 Street Stony Plain

Making Programs Fit Kids Not Kids Fit Programs. We are an alternative programming option in Stony Plain that offers Home School, blended programming, High school outreach, distance learning and specialized programming for students from grade 1-12.

http://cfl.psd70.ab.ca/
780 963 0507
780 968 1088
Living Waters Christian Academy
5 Grove Drive West
Spruce Grove, AB
T7X 3X8

Living Waters is a Kindergarten – grade 12 Independent Christian School serving Parkland County. Ranked #1 in Parkland County for the past two years.

http://www.lwca.ab.ca
780-962-3331
780-962-3958
Parkland School Division

Our division is a place where our students and staff are encouraged to reach for the stars – to learn, explore, and create. Our students are challenged to find ways ‘Where the World Opens Up’. In our safe and caring schools, our students will grow confident, adaptable and resilient, open to possibilities and ready to take their place in the changing world.
Educating over 10,400 students and serving over 73,000 residents, you will discover Parkland School Division just west of Edmonton, stretched out along highway 16 on the first leg of the route to the Rocky Mountains. At more than 100km east-to-west, Parkland School Division covers approximately 3,995 square kilometres.

http://www.psd70.ab.ca
780-963-4010
SML Christian Academy
5014 53 Avenue, Stony Plain, AB

A K-9 Christian school located in Stony Plain, serving the Parkland area for over 120 years. We are a private school, but do not charge tuition.

http://www.smlacademy.ca
7809632715
7809637324
Tri-Community Adult Learning and Literacy Association (TriCALA)
Room #16
PERC Building
5413 51 Street
Stony Plain AB T7Z 1Y4

The Tri-Community Adult Learning and Literacy Association (Tri-CALA) coordinates the part-time non-credit learning needs of adults in Stony Plain, Spruce Grove, and all of Parkland County.  Members work cooperatively to identify adult learning needs in the area, encourage development and implementation of quality programs, and promote the concept of lifelong learning. Our programs help learners who struggle with:
– Reading
– Writing
– Math
– English
– Computers

We provide one-on-one as well as small group learning opportunities that include:
– Learn English classes
– English as an Additional Language Conversation Circle
– Writing Circle
– Basic Computers
– Introduction to MS Word and Excel​

http://www.tricala.ca
780-591-3355
780-591-5654
Wabamun & Area FCSS

Weekly youth nights during the school year.
Babysitters and Home Alone Course
Partnered with other organizations to offer Be-You-tiful Day, Mantastic Day, Minecraft Camp, and Youth Council

780-892-2699