A Quality Catholic Education for Grades K-8

St. Emile strives to provide a rich educational and multicultural environment that fosters the spiritual, academic, social and emotional growth of our students in Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 8. We offer a challenging and varied educational setting led by a dedicated teaching staff.

At St. Emile School, we offer:

  • A caring faith-based environment
  • Affordable fees
  • Before and after school programs
  • Pre-kindergarten and Kindergarten (full-time)
  • Multi-media classrooms
  • Full time resource/student support program
  • Extended basic French program
  • Early years music program
  • Strong intramural and extramural sports programs
  • Student travel program
  • Community service opportunities
  • Choir, student council, UNESCO / ASPnet Council, and safety patrol programs
  • Automated library with an up-to-date book collection and full-time librarian

Full-Day Kindergarten and Nursery Programs

Our full-day Kindergarten program is child centered and activity focused.
The Pre-Kindergarten program for four year olds places an emphasis on emergent literacy, numeracy and social skills.


Leadership, Emotional Literacy and Empathy

St. Emile is a UNESCO School

We are the only Catholic school in the province with a UNESCO designation. UNESCO helps our students develop a passion for human rights, environmental sustainability and social justice. This program provides opportunities to assist less fortunate people locally, across Canada and globally.

Emotional Literacy via Roots of Empathy

Roots of Empathy has proven effective in reducing levels of aggression and bullying among school children while raising social/emotional competence and increasing empathy. A trained Roots of Empathy Instructor coaches students to observe a baby’s development and to label the baby’s feelings, teaching children to identify and reflect on their own feelings and the feelings of others.

Student Leadership Opportunities

Our students are encouraged to develop leadership skills and responsibility through activities such as:

  • School lunch monitors
  • School safety patrol program
  • A multi-grade buddy system for various school activities
  • An active student council made up of students from each grade level
  • Special events ambassadors (Learning fair, open house, reading month, etc.)
  • UNESCO / ASPnet Council

Extracurricular Programs

We offer a wide range of options for growth outside the classroom. From volunteering and leadership opportunities to our Hockey Canada Skills Academy and violin program, we believe in developing well-rounded children with a broad range of skills and loves.

Community Programs

  • UNESCO school
  • Community service activities
  • Monthly school celebrations
  • Promotion of “Healthy Schools” activities
  • Volunteer appreciation celebration
  • Student-led conferences and portfolios
  • Extended stay field trips (Grades 5-7) and out of province travel (Grade 8)

Religious Learning Opportunities

  • Catechism program (Grades K to 8)
  • Christmas concert
  • Daily faith instruction
  • Student prayer ministers

Arts & Science

  • Dramatic productions and traditional Christmas concert
  • Pre-K to grade 8 school-wide learning fair
  • Music programs, including violin for all children in grades 3-8
  • Rock band as a music option
  • Artists in the School programs
  • School choir
(Grades 3 – 8)

Mad Science

  • Offered-Optional


  • Sports programs including intramurals, extramurals and running club
  • Volleyball, basketball, badminton, running club and track & field
  • Hockey Canada Skills Program

Before & After Program

The Before and After School Program was created to accommodate parents with tight schedules and drop-off/pick-up issues. This program is held Monday to Friday.

Morning hours are 7:00 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. and afternoon hours are 3:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Additional fees apply


St. Emile Hockey Academy

St. Emile Hockey Academy Program Details

The St. Emile Hockey Academy curriculum was developed to provide players with detailed instruction in the foundational skills they need to play the game. Our individual skill development approach allows us to challenge players at all levels with our focused approach on skill acquisition.

The program will allow players to develop and refine fundamental skills in a fun, pressure-free environment, through a focused progression on both power skating and puck skills. The program will feature:

  • 6:1 Player to Coach Ratio
  • 1 GDI Coach and 2 RINK Coaches present, and 1 coach provided by St Emile School
  • Player/Parent progress and feedback meetings at the midway point (December)
  • Optional In-Service day full-day camp at The Rink Training Centre
  • Combined optional Friday skates with players from both groups*

*Friday skates will focus on game-like application of techniques taught in power skating and skill sessions, using small area games and competitions. These sessions will promote community, teamwork and leadership in a fun environment that is conducive to athlete and personal development.


We offer children in Pre-Kindergarten to Grade Eight a varied learning environment that is faith based, academically challenging and community minded! Please browse our website and feel free to contact us for further information.