Welcome to Milo Community School!
At Milo Community School we promote critical thinking and global citizenship with a family atmosphere. With a vibrant and supportive community around it, Milo's students and teachers enjoy and take pride in their school. We are located in the rolling hills of Southern Alberta on the northeastern edge of Lake McGregor, halfway between Calgary and Lethbridge.
The village of Milo has a population of approximately 120 residents and is surrounded by a rural population, primarily engaged in grain farming. The Siksika Nation borders the attendance areas to the north.
This year we are excited to share with you our new school mission and vision to support the implementation of International Baccalaureate methods and philosophy. As an IB candidate school, we strive to be an engaging, collaborative, and global community.
The IB Primary Years Programme (PYP) will be implemented in grades 1-5 this year, while its methods and values will be carried across the school in various projects and initiatives.
Our Mission: “Empowering Lifelong Learners”
Our Vision: We will strive for excellence and be an engaging, collaborative, and global community; through high expectations, student leadership and family values.
As a learning community we will promote:
To learn more about the International Baccalaureate programme please visit: www.ibo.org
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Happy St. Patrick's Day
Posted on Mar 17 2017
We are all feeling a little green today here at Milo School. We started off our St. Patrick's Day celebration with green pancakes, and finished it off with Leprechaun smoothies. Good thing we worked hard all morning and joined together for buddy reading…
Milo School Junior Curling Team Wins Trophy
Posted on Mar 2 2017
Congratulations to our junior curling team for winning the County Curling League for the 2017 season. Well done curlers! We are so proud of you both on and off of the ice. Thanks to coach Bernie Kirk and curling helpers Jana Bartsch, Lorne Umscheid and…
Milo Students enjoy first Winter Dinner
Posted on Feb 14 2017
Valentine's Day marked the start of a new tradition at Milo School, the first ever Winter Dinner. Milo School staff and a few student volunteers prepared a full roast beef sit down dinner for students and staff to eat together. The gym was decorated…