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Bev Facey Community High

  • 99 Colwill Blvd.
  • Sherwood Park, AB T8A 4V5
  • Phone: 780-467-0044
  • Fax: 780-467-3467


Please check the info under the Parents/Daily Bulletin tab for your students name:

To submit your baby picture:

Option A:  Drop off hard copy (with name and phone # on the back side) in the black collection box located at the office.  Pictures will be returned in May 2015.

Option B:  Submit an electronic version via email.  Emails may be sent to  Please save your picture in jpeg format and name it as your ‘Last name, First name’.  Also, please put your Last name, First name in the subject line of the email.

Parent /Teacher /Student Interviews

Parent teacher student interviews are taking place on Tuesday, March 24th and Wednesday, March 25th from 5:30pm - 8:00pm.

Castle Rock will also be here to sell Key Study Guides during parent teacher interviews. These books are designed to help students prepare for unit tests and exams throughout the year.  Books for Grades 10-12 in all core subjects will be sold at a cost of $15 each.

Please click here to see which teachers will not be available on certain evenings.

Registration Information

It’s that time of year again, registration is around the corner. Important dates to keep in mind are:-


March   24 & 25 – during Blocks 2 & 3, pre-registration information sessions   will be held for our current Grade 10’s & 11’s.
April 14 at 6:30 p.m. – Bev Facey Information Night.
April 15 at 8:00 a.m. – online course requests open on Power School.
April 24 at 3:30 p.m. – online course requests close on Power School.
Incoming Grade 10’s will complete online course requests through their current schools. Please confirm dates with the junior high counsellors.

Please take a look at our Registration Guide to help plan your future at Bev Facey.  2015-16 Registration Guide (Revised March 25, 2015)
For further information on registrations please contact Shelley Humeny.

Week of March 23 - 26, 2015

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Spring Break:  No school on Friday, March 27th.  Classes resume on Tuesday, April 7th.

Current Grade 10s & 11s:
As you will be registering for your courses after spring break, there will be pre-registration discussions in the library for the grade 10s on Tuesday and the grade 11s on Wednesday this week.

Please click here for more information on Grad (updated March 19) - Grad Info Handout 2015

Curling News
: Fort Saskatchewan native, skip Kelsey Rocque defended her World Women’s Junior Curling Championship. 

The item of note around Bev Facey is that Kelsey made some major changes in her lineup for this year, including bringing aboard former Falcon Curling Team skip, Holly Jamieson, who played second for Kelsey this year.  

Way to go Facey Falcon - World Champion has a nice ring to it! (Picture on left of Holly Jamieson).

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Picture Below Right:

2010 Edmonton Zone Silver Medalists of which Holly Jamieson was the Skip of this team (2nd from the right)

Date to remember:  April 14th, 2015 -  Bev Facey Information Night

June 2015 Exam Schedule

Songs of Freedom Tour visit Facey

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We had the opportunity to have the group, Overture with the Arts from Montreal that is travelling across Canada to conduct an Event entitled, “Songs of Freedom Tour". Many of our classes were able to view this amazing presentation on Friday, March 20.

With a focus on unifying the community, the tour brought together all ethnicities, as we achieved a goal of intercultural understanding.

Omari Newton, urban poet-actor-Playwright gave us a history presentation, which included snippets of historical music recordings from legendary artists of the African Diaspora, as well as performances of original spoken word pieces and excerpts from impactful Historical speeches. 

BFH Fitness Centre Fundraiser

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Drive For Your Students

On Saturday, March 7th, Bev Facey  and Sherwood BuickGMC teamed up to raise money for the new fitness centre.  We would like to thank Sherwood BuickGMC and to the community for making this day a success.

The picture on the left indicates monies raised to date for the Fitness Centre. 

No Student Drop Off Times

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The bus loop is not allowed to be used for student drop off during the times of 8:15am to 8:45am and 3:00pm to 3:30pm otherwise you will be ticketed.  We appreciate your cooperation in this matter.

Advanced Placement at Bev Facey

For more information on Advanced Placement at Bev Facey please click here.

AP Frequently Asked Questions - Feb 2015


All classes start immediately at 8:35 a.m. and students are to be in class before the bell rings. Students who are late to class, regardless of reason, disrupt the learning environment. Consequences for being late will be assigned by the classroom teacher until the student has accumulated a cumulative total of ten lates. At the tenth late, and every fourth late after that, consequences will be assigned by administration. The consequences for late referrals are: assignment of study halls, in-school suspension, out of school suspension, and course withdrawal.

Students who are more than 30 minutes late to class will be marked absent.  When students are on the school grounds after classes have begun, they must proceed to the office to check in.

Updated February 3rd: Boundary Exemption Process

Boundary Exemption Request Process for 2015-2016
Elk Island Public Schools (EIPS) reminds families that the boundary exemption request process will take place February 17 to March 13, 2015 for students who want to attend a non-designated school in the 2015-2016 school year. During this time, interested families must fill out and submit the Boundary Exemption Request Form (posted on the EIPS website starting February 10) to the requested school.

As of the March 13 deadline, if the boundary exemption request demand at a school does not exceed the number of spaces available in a grade/program, all families who submitted a boundary exemption request form prior to the deadline shall be registered at their requested school. If the demand exceeds the number of available spaces in a grade/program, the school shall participate in a random selection procedure. This procedure provides an equal chance of registration to all students in EIPS.

EIPS encourages families to register their children at their designated school as all schools in the division offer quality educational programming. However, we recognize there are situations where families would like to register their children at a non-designated school. More information about the 2015-2016 boundary exemption request process, key dates, and frequently asked questions are available on the division website at

EIPS Information

Please click on the links below for further important information from EIPS:-

COSC Minutes March 4th, 2015 - updated March 2015

National Volunteer Week: April 12 - 18, 2015 - updated March 2015

ElkFest Screen Short Films created and produced by EIPS Students - updated March 2015

Alberta Ed makes 2 Key Changes for Senior High Schools - updated March 2015

Thin Ice Spring 2015 - updated March 2015

Accountability Pillar and Tell Them From Me Surveys - updated February 2015

Jan 2015 Education Act Regulatory Review - updated January 2015

EIPS Board Highlights January 2015 - updated January 22nd, 2015

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