The 4R's in Action

Chestermere Lake Middle School believes in:

  • Respect for individuality.
  • Responsibility as learners, educators, and friends.
  • Relationships; the foundation of all learning.
  • Realization of goals and dreams.

All of these combine at Chestermere Lake Middle School is to ensure the basis for educational excellence. Believing that personal success is the result of respect, responsibility and self confidence, we are proud of the positive attitude, energy and behavior exhibited by staff and students. The school environment promotes a sense of belonging that enables each student to develop to their fullest potential. CLMS addresses the unique characteristics and development of the adolescent within a safe and caring environment.

The Spirit of Success

A sense of spirit is the foundation of Chestermere Lake Middle School. Spirit brings the school together through mutual respect, supportive learning environments, athletics, the fine arts, and community goodwill. This is evidenced through:

  • A Student success approach incorporating:
  • A homeroom teaches advocate.
  • A focus on student ownership in the areas of attendance, behavior, participation, academics, extracurricular and social development and service
  • Resiliency support - programs including mentorship and child development
    advisor support.
  • Peer Support made up of select groups of trained grade 6,7 and 8 students.
  • A flexible and responsive Special Needs Program.
  • Strong parental involvement through an effective School Council and active Volunteer Partnership Program.
  • Participating in the Rocky View School Division Extra Curricular Athletic Program.
  • A comprehensive Fine Arts Program.
  • Access to Technology and Web Resources, that promotes learning for young adolescents.

Our Innovative Focus

Chestermere Lake Middle School students learn more than the basic curricular requirements as they move from dependence to independence. They are encouraged to explore, improve their understanding, expand their knowledge and question the world around them through:

  • The use of technology.
  • The Creative Arts.
  • Research Skills.
  • Special Needs Programs.
  • The core curricula (Math, Language Arts, Science, Social and Phys. Ed) incorporates varieties of learning modalities, special needs, and individuality.

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.