About

Grades Taught

9-12

About

Innisfail High School (IHS) is a learning community that serves approximately 350 students in grades 9 through 12. As the only High school in Innisfail, IHS serves not only the students in Innisfail but also students from Spruce View, Bowden, Penhold and the surrounding rural areas. Population: 326

Principal

Wayne Pineau - Principal

Administration

Chris Adamson - Vice Principal

About Innisfail High School (IHS)

IHS provides a balanced curriculum with a variety of programs to meet the diverse needs of our student population. In addition to a strong academic program, IHS offers:

  • A number of options including Career and Technology Studies, Art, Drama, Instrumental Music, Jazz Band, Outdoor Education and Athletics
  • A work to school transition programme where high school students work, may earn money and high school credit while learning life skills in a context provided by the employer and coordinated by the school
  • Support for students with special needs
  • IHS offers many athletic and extracurricular opportunities for student

Mission


Chinook’s Edge School Division will engage every student in meaningful learning by challenging, encouraging and believing in them.

 

Vision

Chinook’s Edge School Division will be universally recognized as a collaborative learning community where learning is personalized for all students to achieve success as compassionate and innovative global citizens. 

 

Values


-  Personal responsibilities
-  Relationships based upon honesty, integrity, respect and compassion
-  Dedication and commitment
-  An environment of belonging: safe, caring and inclusive
-  Growth and development through learning

School Trustee

Holly Bilton
Ward 4 – Innisfail
Phone: (403) 391-2321
hbilton@cesd73.ca
I have spent several years assisting young people with career development opportunities, and am very pleased to now be serving Chinook’s Edge students as trustee for Innisfail. My husband and I live on a farm east of Innisfail that has been in the Bilton family since the late 1800s. I sit on several committees and work hard to create partnerships that benefit learners. It is important to me to serve on the Board of Education because I want to make a difference for my community, because I believe in high quality education, and because I want to see our youth succeed.