- Elk Island Public Schools
- Elk Island Catholic Schools
- Elk Island Public Schools Committee of School Councils (COSC)
- Elk Island Catholic Education Parents Advisory Council (CEPAC)
- New Horizons School
- Le Conseil Scolaire Centre-Nord (CSCN)
- Alberta Transportation Office of Traffic Safety
- Royal Canadian Mounted Police
- Strathcona County
More About our Partners
Elk Island Public Schools
Elk Island Public Schools is one of Alberta’s largest school divisions, serving approximately 16,900 students in 42 schools. We are proud to be an integral part of our communities, including Sherwood Park, Fort Saskatchewan, Vegreville, Strathcona County, Lamont County, and the western portion of the County of Minburn.
Elk Island Catholic Schools
Elk island CatholicSchools (EICS), part of Alberta’s publicly-funded education system, proudly serves over 5,700 students in the communities of Camrose, Fort Saskatchewan, Sherwood Park, Strathcona County and Vegreville. Elk Island Catholic Schools (EICS) is a place for students to grow and discover who they are and where they want to go in life. From Kindergarten through Grade 12, education is the activity that opens doors to the future and EICS believes every student deserves the opportunity to excel and succeed.
Elk Island Public Schools Committee of School Councils is a parent-driven group which meets monthly to discuss a variety of issues, as well as, to provide input.
At EICS, each school has an active School Council made up of parent volunteers. At the Division level, parents are represented through CEPAC which provides an opportunity for learning and sharing amongst EICS Administration, School Councils and the Board of Trustees.
Alberta Transportation Office of Traffic Safety
The Alberta Office of Traffic Safety supports communities and partnerships across the province to address local priority traffic safety issues.
Royal Canadian Mounted Police
Strathcona County's Integrated Traffic Unit (ITU), composed of RCMP members, provincial Sheriffs and County Peace Officers, work together to make our community safer. Strathcona County's ITU is the largest in Alberta, with one traffic officer for every 4,000 residents.
Strathcona County is committed to the proactive implementation of integrated, evidenced-based, and collaborative road safety strategies to create an increasingly safe and sustainable transportation environment.
Set in the centre of Alberta’s energy and agricultural heartland, Strathcona County is a thriving, successful and vibrant community of almost 96,000 residents. Strathcona County is made up of the urban area of Sherwood Park and a large adjacent rural area of farms, acreages and smaller hamlets. It is home to 75 per cent of refining in Western Canada. With a focus on economic, governance, social, cultural and environmental sustainability, Strathcona County is committed to balancing the unique needs of its diverse community.
New Horizons School
New Horizons School is a K-9 public charter school that enables academically gifted students to achieve excellence in an environment that supports the students’ unique intellectual, social and emotional needs. Established in 1995, New Horizons is Alberta’s oldest charter school.
Le Conseil Scolaire Centre-Nord
Le Conseil Scolaire Centre-Nord (CSCN) est une autorité scolaire francophone créée en 1994. Le CSCN pourvoit à l’éducation d’environ 3 368 élèves dans 19 écoles francophones (écoles de langue française), dont sept publiques et 12 catholiques. Une de nos écoles, l’école Claudette-et-Denis-Tardif est située à Sherwood Park.