Chinook’s Edge is one of the largest school divisions in the province, serving 11,000 students in 43 schools across Central Alberta.
Chinook’s Edge has a vision to be universally recognized as a collaborative learning community where learning is personalized for all students to achieve success as compassionate and innovative global citizens. In Olds, both Olds High School and Olds Koinonia School ranked well within the top 10% of all schools – both private and public – in the province of Alberta.*
* According to Fraser Institute‘s “Rank in the Most Recent Five Years”: 12/225.
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Preparing Students for Success
Chinook’s Edge has defined clear strategies to create upward momentum that prepares students for success throughout their lives. Schools across the division are focused on the elements that are key to achieving success for students as they progress through the grades, graduate from high school, transition to postsecondary and make their impact in the world.More on Chinook's Edge >
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January 6, 2020
2020 Entrepreneur Events
The new year is starting strong with several webinars, tutorials, hands-on workshops and the Power UP! conference coming in March! Here’s a review of what’s scheduled so far. Everything Olds Entrepreneurship Centre Power UP! Alberta Entrepreneurs Conference: March 25, 2020 If you take 30 linear steps, each one a metre long, you will travel 30 […]
December 6, 2019
Where should we eat?
We have such a great selection of restaurants, markets and cafés in Olds, and when we have people from near and far stop in to ask about the community, they will often ask, “Where’s a good place to eat?” So we decided to capture the Best Eats in Olds into a small booklet – complete […]
December 20, 2019
Fair Trade Olds makes a splash in its 10th Year
10TH ANNIVERSARY CONTINUES AT NATIONAL CONFERENCE IN 2020 (OLDS, Alberta – December 20, 2019) When Olds Institute formed the Fair Trade Olds committee, it likely didn’t imagine the visibility it would have gained for the community a decade later.