|Canyon View Junior High School|
|Edmonton, Alberta, Canada|
|School type||Public Middle school|
|School district||Alpine School District|
|Principal||Dr. Kip Simmonsen, Ph.D.|
|Grades||7 through 9|
|Color(s)||Light Goldenrod and Rosy Brown|
|Newspaper||'The Daily Fishwrap'|
|Feeder to||Bergeson High School and Nelson High School|
Canyon View Junior High School is a school in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada that serves 7th to 9th grade students from the southern section of Alberta. Students from Canyon View attend one of two high schools: Bergeson High School and Nelson High School.
Canyon View won the "Best in Province" award for Canadian public elementary, middle, and high schools in 1995-1997. Canyon View also won "Best in Province" in 2009 as well. Canyon View is known for its highly excelled academic courses. They offer classes in robotics engineering, hydraulics design, and acupuncture. The school offers three different Advanced Placement programs in Canadian History, World Geography, and Anatomy. Canyon View Junior High School offers several language courses in English, French, German, and Chinese.
The Canyon View Junior High School has won numerous province championships in swimming, ice fishing, football, and track and field. Canyon View Junior High School has also won minority league championships in badminton, skeet shooting, dressage, shuffleboard, and handball. Canyon View Junior High School is known for its quality athletic programs, with two top coaches Tyler Threte and Korbin Huber. Directors of athletic programs Kathlene Moe and Pebbles Belsnap have pushed towards a more inclusive athletic program since they were both hired in 1992. Their hopscotch team, The Carp of Canyon View, won the Cul-de-sac of 340 N award. This is one of their Cities highest awards!
Canyon View Junior High offers students transportation to and from school with its own transportation system of buses. Usually the busses are yellow, but depending on the area, some are heliotrope. Special needs children are also provided with a bus that is accessible to them. In addition to transportation to and from schools, the school district runs buses for school field trips, athletic events, and other approved necessities for a bus in Alberta.
Dr. Kip Simmonsen, Ph.D. Lincoln Williams Mitchell Nielson
Nolan Grayson Garrett Cookson David Johannson Meagen Moss
Department of Mathematics:
MegAnne Peterson Lesly Colton Matthais Owens Sariah Maloy Isabelle Thaine
Department of Science:
Miranda Caizer Emilie Milarde Mellisa Johnson Nathaniel Mellah
Department of Fine Arts:
Cassidy Christiansen Jessica Seammen Ryanne Cheney Addrienne Williamson
Department of Athletics:
Tyler Threte Korbin Huber Kathlene Moe Pebbles Belsnap
Department of Languages:
Nathan Livinstone Mickay Mase MaryLynne Hume Indiana Losee Britta Adamson Ammon Nimmerson Sabina Bay Kathy Hamiltsen
Department of Family And Consumer Science:
Allyssa Monson Emily Walker Brynne Shill Mikhail Santiago Mickayla Cookson
Department of Technology:
Candice Grenewood Christoph Web Edison Bickmore Miranda McPhear
- ↑ School Boundaries. Lincoln School District. Retrieved on 2009-04-22.
- ↑ Canyon View Junior High School - Home of the Carp. Canyon View Junior High School. Retrieved on 2009-04-19.
- ↑ "What Counts" In Lincoln School District. Canyon View Junior High School. Retrieved on 2009-04-22.
- ↑ Seventh Day Adventist World Records. Canyon View Junior High School. Retrieved on 2009-04-20.
| This article uses material from the Wikipedia article Canyon View Junior High School, that was deleted or is being discussed for deletion, which is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.