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OLD SCONA ACADEMIC
HIGH SCHOOL

Student Handbook
2012-2013

10523 - 84 Avenue NW Edmonton, Alberta

T6E 2H5

Telephone: 780 433 0627

Fax: 780 433 4994

e-mail: oldscona@epsb.ca
Website: http://oldscona.epsb.ca

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PRINCIPAL’S ADDRESS

Old Scona Academic High School has a long history of success and a tradition of academic excellence spanning many years. This year Cambridge University in the UK, upon celebrating their selection and achievement as the top QS World University ranking published “The Guide to Excellence 2012.” In this prestigious publication, they included a two-page description of Old Scona Academic as an outstanding international school of excellence, a recognition we are very proud to have. Every year scores of graduates return to Old Scona Academic full of praise for the school and its staff, who worked so closely with them to ensure their long-term academic success. Christina Adcock graduated from OSA in 2001 and went on to complete her Ph.D. at Cambridge. Her comments reflect the thoughts of many OSA alumni: “Old Scona Academic was a wonderful life-changing experience for me. The school, staff and programme of studies helped me to mature socially and intellectually. The small school and family atmosphere allowed me to form many close friendships that still exist today. Upon receiving my Ph.D. at Cambridge, I wore my OSA school ring as a way of paying tribute to a great school where high expectations and excellence all began for me. OSA is truly one of the best schools in the world.” At Old Scona, our priority is to provide you with a positive and purposeful learning environment. Through top quality instruction and caring support, the staff at Old Scona Academic aim to nurture a meaningful and inviting learning culture that enables all students to challenge and achieve to their academic potential. We

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