Hinton School Information
Principal: Kurt Scobie
Address: 213 Tamarack Ave Hinton, AB T7V 1T7
École Mountain View School provides comprehensive programming in English and French Immersion from kindergarten through grade seven. In addition to a strong academic curriculum, students participate in character building activities helping them become responsible, caring citizens in our community. Our ‘Virtue Program’ focuses on one virtue every two weeks with lessons and examples for how our students can demonstrate that they are socially responsible citizens.The École Mountain View School Student Council provides activities for our students while providing financial assistance to those less fortunate around the world; Plan Canada, UNICEF and World Vision to name a few. We are proud to host the Mountain View Jr. ATB, a banking branch staffed by students; developing financial, work and leadership skills. With committed parent support through the School Council and active Canadian Parents for French in partnership with the school, all classes enjoy many field trips, school based activities and events, specialized presentations and monthly hot lunches. Our Broad range of programs includes Music, Physical Education, Computer Technology, Cooperative Learning, Musical Theatre and Outdoor Education, lunch time reading clubs, and intramurals. School staff works collaboratively in professional learning teams to provide consistency and continuity in academic programming ensuring ÉMVS is a wonderful place to work, learn and play!
Principal: Robin Hengel
Address: 141 MacLeod Ave Hinton, AB T7V 1T6
Principal: Derek Brown
Address: 174 Maligne Dr Hinton, AB T7V 1J4
Harry Collinge High School colors are green and gold, and the athletic teams are called the Rockies. Our mascot is Howler, a wolf who symbolizes our school spirit and commitment to living in harmony with each other and our natural environment. Our three core values are Respect, Responsibility and Compassion.
Principal: Glen Allen
Address: 158 Sunwapta Dr Hinton, AB T7V 1T7
Principal: Tim Fafard
Address: 190 Rispler Way Hinton, AB T7V 2G1
The Hinton Friendship Centre is an Aboriginal non-profit organization committed to improving the quality of life of Aboriginal people in an urban environment.
The Hinton Friendship Centre Society strives to develop strength, pride, hope, and mutual respect through the delivery of programs, services, facilities, and community awareness by being respectful of Aboriginal teachings.
History of Friendship Centres
The Friendship Centre Movement began in the mid-1950s to represent the interests of the increasing number of Aboriginal people migrating from reserves into urban areas. Initially, Friendship Centres were a referral service and as demand grew they began offering other services to help Aboriginal people adjust and thrive more successfully in their new urban environment. Since 1972, Friendship Centres across Canada have been funded by the federal government through the Aboriginal Friendship Centres Program (AFCP). There are 115 Friendship Centres across Canada and 20 in Alberta.
Address: 965 Switzer Dr.
Box 6270 Hinton, AB T7V 1X6
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Yvonne@fchinton.com