Attendance Boundaries: New School in Davidson Creek

Planning has begun for the attendance boundaries of the new K-6 school in the Davidson Creek area. A key component of this process is understanding what is important to our families and community as we begin developing possible attendance boundary options for the new school. While we are gathering input from our families and the community, we’ll also review population and demographic information and projected trends. As we look at the elementary attendance boundaries in the northeast quadrant of Sherwood Park, we’ll also look at the junior high boundaries in the same area to determine where students of the new school will attend once they move to Grade 7.

We want to hear from you! Visit starting November 4 to share your thoughts about what should be considered throughout the process. Your input will be used to help develop the elementary and junior high attendance-boundary options for the northeast quadrant of Sherwood Park that will eventually lead to the final proposed boundaries. The conversations will continue in the new year and we'll be asking for your feedback on the boundary options once developed. Your input is important throughout this process from start to finish, so we encourage you to get involved from the beginning.

Attendance Boundaries: New School in Sherwood Park

Thank you to all the parents, students, staff and community members who took the time to complete the online survey concerning the first phase of the boundary-update process for northeast Sherwood Park. The Division is currently reviewing the information collected to help inform its process as it develops attendance-boundary options for the new school in Davidson Creek and surrounding area. In the new year, the Division will again ask for your feedback regarding the proposed boundary options. Stay tuned to for updates.

Board Approves Revised Boundaries for Rural Strathcona County

Boundary Exemption Request Process is now open

Elk Island Public Schools (EIPS) boundary exemption request process for the 2016–2017 school year is now open. 

Students from Kindergarten to Grade 12 wanting to attend a non-designated school in the upcoming school year can now apply to do so. All, interested families must fill out a Boundary Exemption Request Form and submit it directly to their requested school. The application deadline is April 14, 2016. Boundary exemption requests received after April 14, 2016 will be declined. There is no late or secondary process. 

Additional information about the boundary exemption request process including the Boundary Exemption Request Form, schools with closed boundaries, and frequently asked questions can be found by visiting

Final decisions will be made by April 22, 2016. 

NOTE: Students already accepted into their non-designated school don’t need to reapply.