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Bev Facey Community High

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

Facey Community Garage Sale and Market

The Staff and Students at Bev Facey are happy to announce our first annual Community Garage Sale and Market.  The event will be  held on Saturday, June 6th in the school parking lots, from 9:00 A.M. until 3:00 P.M. All funds raised will directly support the new Facey Wellness Centre.

Please click here for further details.


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What are you waiting for?  Have you not bought a yearbook yet?  This year we have extended the deadline to purchase (May 30th), but time is almost up. 
Buy it now for only $45! 
Please click here for a Yearbook Order Form 2014-15

Are you a Facey Alumni? Do you want your yearbook?

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Are you a Facey Alumni? Have you misplaced your yearbook or never got around to ordering one?

Then come on down to the Facey Community Garage Sale on June 6 from 9am-3pm and pick up a new one!

We have numerous yearbooks from 1988-2013 for sale for only $5.

Graduated last year? Pick up a yearbook for $45! For more information email Allison WAlker

2015-2016 Registration Information

Contact our Senior High Registrar, Shelley Humeny

Bev Facey

Take a look at our Info Night last month. 

Daily Attendance

If your child is going to be away from school please contact the school or click here to email Mrs. Radke.  Thank you.

EIPS Students represent Alberta at the 2015 Skills Canada National Competition

May 19, 2015

Sherwood Park, A.B. — Elk Island Public Schools (EIPS) is pleased to announce two of its students from Bev Facey Community High will be heading to Saskatoon, Sask., on May 27–30 to represent Alberta at this year’s Skills Canada National Competition. Grade 11 student Brody Shandro will compete in the cabinet making category. Meanwhile, Grade 11 student Thomas Roskewich will compete in the IT Network Systems Administration category. This is the second straight year Bev Facey has won gold at the provincial level in the category of IT Network Systems Administration. 

“Our students have been working so hard over the past two years to qualify in their respective categories,” says Gerald Chung, a teacher at Bev Facey Community High who works with the Skills Canada students. “Both Brody and Thomas are extremely talented at what they do and it’s wonderful to see their dedication to their skill being recognized at such a high level.” 

Approximately 700 high school and post-secondary students competed in the two-day Provincial Skills Canada Competition at The Edmonton Expo Centre on May 13–14. The competition featured 45 unique events ranging from robotics to auto services to graphic design to baking. Students who placed first in their respective categories will now compete at the 2015 Skills National Competition in Saskatoon later this month. 

Other EIPS students who competed in the 2015 Provincial Skills Canada Competition include:

Sophia Bain – Senior Hairstyling - 3rd - Bev Facey Community High
Cole Boytinck - IT Network Systems Administration - 2nd- Bev Facey Community High
Thomas Fahlman - IT Network Systems Administration – 6th - Bev Facey Community High 
Riley Parks-Brown – Photography - 16th - Salisbury Composite High
Isabelle Posein - Senior Hairstyling - 5th - Bev Facey Community High
Dakota Sterling – Welding - 3rd - Bev Facey Community High

Skills Canada Alberta (SCA) is a not-for-profit provincial association, which serves as a critical link between employers, educators, labour groups, and the government to position trade and technical careers as first choice career options for youth in Alberta. SCA is part of the national Association, Skills Canada, which actively promotes careers in skilled trades and technology sector to youth across Canada. For the complete list of results for the 2015 Provincial Skills Canada Competition visit  

EIPS is one of Alberta’s largest school divisions, serving more than 16,700 students in 42 schools. We are proud to be an integral part of our communities including Sherwood Park, Fort Saskatchewan, Vegreville, Strathcona and Lamont Counties, and the western portion of the County of Minburn.  

The complete news release is attached as a PDF and can be found by visiting

Google Classrooms at Bev Facey

BP Canada Present a $10 000 Grant for our Construction Students

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. 

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.

June 2015 Final Exam Schedule

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.

EIPS Information

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

Working with Mobile App on School Guest Wireless Network - May 2015

MyPass - May 2015

School Bus Driver Appreciation Day - May 2015

Student Transportation 2015-2016 - May 2015

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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