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  • Instructional Focus

    Instructional Focus

    At Earl Buxton School we are focusing on the use of technologies as an innovative tool to enhance learning and engagement. The growth and achievement of our students in this area will be measured by monitoring the observable indicators within the school's Technology Plan. 

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  • Regular Programs

    Regular Programs

    Earl Buxton School runs inclusive programming from Kindergarten through Grade 6.  

    French as a second language is offered to those students in Grades 4-6.


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  • School Philosophy

    School Philosophy

    At Earl Buxton School, a safe, positive and caring environment will be provided to ensure our students acquire the 21st Century learner skills, knowledge, processes and dispositions to enable them to thrive in today’s global, technological society. We will ‘aim for excellence’ by providing our students engaging opportunities to be critical thinkers, collaborative team players, culturally sensitive, technologically adept, and curious and creative lifelong learners in an inclusive environment.

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Earl Buxton School is located in southwest Edmonton in the Riverbend area. The school primarily serves children from the Rhatigan Ridge, River Ridge and Falconer Heights neighborhoods.  

The school will accommodate 570 students, organized into two morning and one afternoon classes of Kindergarten and twenty classes of students from Grades 1-6 for the 2016-2017 school year.

The School Council plays a very active role in supporting the school. The rate of volunteerism by parents is extremely high.  


Principal's Message

Welcome to the website for Earl Buxton School. Earl Buxton School has earned and enjoyed a reputation for excellence. This has come about as a result of the natural abilities, hard work and effort of our students, the skill, expertise and dedication of our staff, and the support and assistance of our parents and the community.

This site provides information about the school and school programming. It also is a source of valuable curriculum support and extensive links for students. It is not intended, however, to replace the need for or benefits of personal communication between us. If you have any questions, concerns or suggestions about any aspect of the school or your child’s/children’s programs please do not hesitate to contact us. Welcoming and enhancing a strong partnership can assure us of success in the upcoming year. We invite your participation and involvement as we work together to support your child/children as they “Aim for Excellence.”

Yours in learning,

 Judy Wilkie, Principal    &

Michael Steele, Assistant Principal