Our School

Grades Taught

1 - 9, with free Kindergarten available privately


Ms. Rachelle Prud'Homme


Vice Principal Mr. Gerry Tetrault

Administrative Assistant Mrs. Tammy Lahd

As Principal, Ms. Rachelle Prud’Homme has a passion for learning and for designing ways for others to realize their potential. She comes from Calgary and has taught in Edmonton, Ottawa, Ethiopia, and Japan from Kindergarten to adult-aged students across subjects. She has expertise in design thinking, project-based learning and assessment for learning, within science, language arts and media arts.

As Vice-Principal, Mr. Gerry Tetrault is excited to bring his experience, leadership and teaching skills to Milo School. He is also looking forward to working with staff, parents and the community to help ensure quality learning experiences and improved achievement levels for the students of the 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.


“Empowering Lifelong Learners”


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 value:

  • Student diversity
  • Active inquiry
  • Reflective practice


We believe in:

  • High expectations
  • Student leadership
  • Family values

Education Plan

This year we are focused on improving student achievement through:

1. Literacy

2. Assessment 

3. Safe and Caring Initiatives

Supply Lists

School supply list 2015-16

Students will have access to ipads, laptops and chrome books throughout the school day. 

Programs and Services

Educational Assistants in grades 1-3 for speech and literacy support.

Partnerships and collaboration with speech therapist, occupational therapist, and physio therapist.

Family School Liaison Counselor (FSLC) for support in mental and emotional health

Grade 1-9 options classes from robotics, to cooking, photography, yoga, sewing, drama and ukulele.

Grade 6-9 Band and Art with guest specialist teachers

Grade 3-5 Music and Art with guest specialist teachers