About Our School

 

Bentley School is located in the town of Bentley, Alberta, on the west side of Gull Lake. The school serves approximately 350 students in Kindergarten to Grade 12, along with 45 three- and four-year olds in Playschool. We are pleased to offer the following specialized programs:

Hockey Academy

Hockey Canada Skills Academy is a program that focuses on individual skill development or any age or skill level. The program’s mandate is to provide additional training for hockey/ringette, male/female, beginners/advance, recreational or competitive players. The program will focus on both on-ice and off-ice development.

Athletic Academy

Our Athletic Academy focuses on school sports: X-country running, curling, volleyball, basketball, handball, badminton, track & field, golf, etc. Personal and team sport development will be emphasized. A new fitness facility will be developed to complement this course. We also offer excellent opportunities to showcase our students’ talents.

Fine Arts Academy

This program focuses on Music, Art and Drama. We are excited about the opportunities this program offers. Students have a specialist teacher working with them two to three afternoons a week. Extra-curricular activities will be tied into this program with students participating in community performances.

Elementary and Junior High students also have access to a variety of option courses including Foods, Woodworking, Photography, and French.

Our students have access to up-to-date digital technology with two complete computer labs, one smaller lab, a portable cart of mini-laptops, and interactive whiteboards in every classroom, as well as access to digital cameras and videocameras. Development of Wolf Creek's Student/Staff Device Zone allows our students to use a wide variety of personal digital devices to access the internet and create evidence of their learning.

Off-Campus Education

Bentley School offers different off-campus options for High School students. Click here to see a complete explanation of our programs.

Junior and Senior High students may participate in competitive sports, student leadership, yearbook, and REACH.