We have created a one-page guide to clarify the Government of Alberta rules regarding illnesses and when students should stay home. There are two types of symptoms: core symptoms and other symptoms. If your child has both types of symptoms, please follow the guidelines for the core symptoms. Download the current version of the guide below (January 23, 2022).Learn more


Please do not make 3-point turns near the school. The map attached shows that wherever you have parked near the school, it is possible to just drive forward to exit. Never back into intersections. The intersection by the school has four directions of students crossing, and backing into these spaces is extremely dangerous. Remember that the speed limit around schools is 30 km/h. When you enter the area, please respect all the neighbours and children walking to school by driving slowly even before entering the school zones.Learn more


Students in Junior Kindergarten and all students in Out of School Care will be required to fill out an electronic declaration every day. A link to the form will be sent to your email directly. For all other K-9 students who do not attend out of school care, parents must perform the Alberta Covid-19 Health Daily Checklist with each student before getting on a bus or entering the school. We do not require a paper copy of this, it is simply a self-assessment tool.Learn more

This document (click here) is the most current procedure for drop off and pick up. In order to minimize the opportunities for close contact, doors will be open at 8:30 and students should be dropped off by 9:00 at the latest. Drop offs after 9:00 must enter at the south west door and proceed to reception for temperature checks. Should you have specific questions regarding these procedures, please talk to your classroom teacher. Please see this post if you need a copy of the school map.Learn more

As classes resume for 2020-21, life won’t be quite the hand-in-hand joyous run as this photo shows, but we’re confident that our new procedures will make sure that students are still able to have fun while staying as safe as possible. Please download and review our current school plan below, and watch your email or updates as things change during the year.Learn more

As of August 4th, all students from grade four and up are required by the government to wear masks when in all shared or common areas as well as on buses. This year we will require masks as mandated by the government, and also extend that requirement to all students in our blended grade 3 & 4 class as well. Additionally, we are strongly recommending mask use by all students in Kindergarten through grade three. All students on buses will be required to wear masks for the duration of the trip regardless of age. A big part of our program at Progressive Academy is toLearn more

Progressive Academy now runs several buses to the south side of Edmonton. At this time there is no service to the north side of the city. Depending on the area and the number and ages of children, we may be able to provide to-the-door pickup, with some areas requiring central street stops. Fees are $80 per month per student. Unfortunately, as this is a highly subsidized program, we can not extend multi-student discounts for the bus. For 2020-21, due to the ongoing Covid-19 situation, mask use will be mandatory for all students on the bus and seating will be assigned. Daily student Covid symptom assessmentLearn more

In less than two weeks, over 80 students from Progressive Academy will be descending on NAIT to participate in a local youth robotics competition! Over 40 teams from Edmonton and area, join us at this technology event. Students in Grades 2 and 3 participate in FIRST Lego League Jr. which introduces them to STEM concepts. Students build models and create posters to present what they’ve learned. Students in Grades 4 to 9 having been working hard at the FIRST Lego League program since September, with students contributing to their teams in a variety of ways such as: robot programming, photography, graphic design and public speaking.Learn more