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  • School Philosophy

    School Philosophy

    Our Belief and Commitment

    At Inglewood School we believe in providing a safe, welcoming, and inclusive learning environment where every student is supported in striving to reach full potential in their social, emotional, and academic lives.

    We are student-centered and believe that every child is an individual who develops in a unique way.

    We actively engage our diverse community of learners on their journey of continuous growth, to become global citizens and leaders in our changing world. Our school community respects diversity, commits to anti-racism and equity, and fosters a sense of belonging.

    Education requires a cooperative and collaborative team effort involving students, staff, parents and community.

    At Inglewood School we believe:

    ● all children have the right to develop to their full potential and, in doing so, become productive members of society

    ● every child is a special student who develops at their own rate and learns in their own unique way

    ● in maintaining a respectful learning and working environment conducive to learning


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  • Clubs & Activities

    Clubs & Activities

    School-wide Home Reading

    AMA School Safety Patrol

    Winter or Spring Concert


    Leader in Me

    Physical Education Workshops/Residencies

    Field trips - bowling, wall climbing...

    In-class presentations & guests

    School Leader Jobs and School Leadership Team

    Early Thursday after school programming

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The Inglewood School mission is:

  • Growing and Learning Together

Inglewood School is a strong, vibrant, community school rich in history.  We are committed to creating an inclusive and supportive learning environment in which all students experience academic success and personal growth.  At Inglewood, students receive balanced educational programming that promotes lifelong learning and encourages them to become caring, respectful and responsible citizens who make effective contributions to society.  

At Inglewood, we believe that parent partnership is the cornerstone of a successful education.  We invite you to participate, alongside your children and our staff, as we create a welcoming and stimulating learning environment that will enable our children to acquire the competencies they need to become active and responsible citizens in an increasingly globalized world.

The Staff of Inglewood School will be working to ensure that students will continue to develop the knowledge, skills and understanding that will allow them to successfully move on to the next school year. The school is ensuring families have access to technology and that they have access to the staff needed to work with their child(ren).  While some students are learning online from home, their families can focus on two main sources of information. 

  • Stay connected with your child’s teacher(s) to figure out a schedule for your child’s learning.
  • Check SchoolZone often for the latest updates from your school. If you do not have your SchoolZone login information, contact the school to ask for usernames and passwords. 

Please see the Registration page if you are new to the Inglewood School community and need to register for online or in-person learning.


Principal's Message

As the principal of Inglewood School, I am incredibly proud of our diverse K- 6 community, where students engage in a hands-on, experiential approach to learning. Our focus remains on developing strong literacy and numeracy skill development for all students across all subjects, along with physical literacy which is embedded into lessons daily.  Through the support and talent of our students and professional staff, we work collaboratively to create a safe and dynamic learning environment where children thrive.

Our community partners work together to bridge home and school activities on a daily basis. Families can connect with various agencies and access support easily with Bent Arrow, EISA, The Family Centre, HACK or MP Psychology.  We are proud of our work to ensure students are receiving a morning meal to support healthy nutrition on a daily basis. Students will be receiving the Go Auto lunch one day per week again this year, as well for those who request it- grocery items will be distributed bi-weekly from our Food for Thought donations. 

As we begin the 2022-2023 school year,  the School Board and Inglewood School have been hard at work formulating a plan that will ensure the safety and well being of everyone in the school. Through reduced crowding, cleaning protocols for disinfection and hand hygiene guidelines, we are committed to supporting our families in health and wellness. 

 Be well! Take care!

Yours In Partnership,

Mrs. Kerry Kotyshyn


2023 2024 Registration Update

For the 2023 - 2024 school year, Inglewood School is full in planned classes from Kindergarten to Grade 6 in the regular program.  A Kindergarten student who is a resident and lives in the school's attendance area may still register. We will now only accept resident students in Grades 1 to 6 who have newly moved into the school’s attendance area for the regular program. A resident student of Edmonton Public Schools has at least one parent or legal guardian living in Edmonton who is not Roman Catholic. Non-resident students can enrol in another Division school with space in planned classes.


If you are registering for Kindergarten or if you are new to Edmonton Public Schools, you must register Register Online