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HIGHLIGHT INFO

SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES
Livingstone Range School Division encompasses a vast geographical area across southwestern Alberta, an area embraced by brilliant blue skies, fresh air, wide open spaces, and the western spirit. Livingstone Range offers its students Honors courses, as well as Dual Credit courses with a number of local universities with both academic and vocational courses. A more unique study option for Livingstone Range students is Wildlife Studies, allowing students to explore and grow a love for nature.

SPORTS AND ARTS
Students attending Livingstone Range School Division will have an opportunity to participate in all the regular school sports. These include Volleyball, Basketball, Badminton, Baseball, Golf, Football, Rodeo, Rugby, Track and Field, and numerous other sports. In addition to the school activities the local area offers amazing opportunities to participate in numerous outdoor activities. Within the boundaries of the school division are two ski hills and countless miles of area to hike and explore. Students are invited to attend events that are sponsored by the school division, these include a The Livingstone Range International Student Program sponsors a wide variety of activities, events and trips designed to maximize each student’s cultural and recreational experience.
Students studying in Livingstone Range also have the opportunity to improve their winter sport skills in the districts ski and hockey academies.
For students who are more artistically inclined, extracurriculars are available in drama, art, reading, writing, choir, and band to name a few.

COMMUNITY INFORMATION
Livingstone Range School Division is located in Southwestern Alberta, an area embraced by brilliant blue skies, fresh air, wide open spaces and the western spirit. Located along the foothills and into the Canadian Rockies, Livingstone Schools offer international students the opportunity to explore the history of Alberta while enjoying western hospitality. Each community in the region offers a safe and caring learning environment in conjunction with a unique personality and attractions. Amazing mountain scenery and wide open plains will greet the international student as they arrive in our region. A strong sense of western culture dominates the area and students have the opportunity to participate in numerous outdoor activities that demonstrates this belief. The area includes Waterton Lakes National Park, Two First Nation Communities, and large ranchlands.
From Horseback riding and hiking in the summer to snow skiing in the winter, this area can offer it all to enhance the international students’ experience.

School Information

14 - 18

Theater

French

Short-Term, Multiple Year, Spring Semester, Spring Year, Fall Semester, Fall Year