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Student enrolment higher than expected, but lower year-over-year

Student enrolment higher than expected, but lower year-over-year

BOW VALLEY – Forty-seven more students enrolled with the Canadian Rockies Public School (CRPS) division than the school board anticipated in its 2018-19 budget, however, enrolment is still down compared to last year.
Students gather to share cultural experience

Students gather to share cultural experience

BOW VALLEY PROVINCIAL PARK – Gathered around in a circle, Grade 8 students from the Exshaw and Lawrence Grassi middle schools share their experiences with the newly revamped Canadian Rockies Public Schools (CRPS) Sage Program.
International school groups boost CRPS bottom line

International school groups boost CRPS bottom line

CANMORE – As rural school boards across the province struggle with declining enrollment and finding ways to balance their budgets, the Canadian Rockies Public School (CRPS) division is trying a different approach to generate additional revenue.
Local schools receive innovation grants

Local schools receive innovation grants

BOW VALLEY – The 2018-19 school year is off to a good start. A few days before school officially got underway, Our Lady of the Snows Catholic Academy and Exshaw School each received $5,000 to help fund two innovative student-led projects.

Pauw Foundation donates $170,000 to school board

BOW VALLEY – The Wim and Nancy Pauw Foundation will donate more than $170,000 to the Canadian Rockies Public School (CRPS) division for the 2018-19 school year to support students across the division.