Embracing a commitment to keeping students at the centre of all decision-making, our school leaders collaborate across all areas of Calgary Academy to help each other best serve the needs of our learning community.

Dr. Greg Bass

President and C.E.O.

Unlocking the potential of youth is a passion for us at CA, working to create pathways as unique as each learner and preparing them for their future, not our past.

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Tim Carlson


Grade school can be a challenging institution for so many youth who struggle to learn in traditional ways.  I’m excited to be at a school that recognizes that every student is unique and that it is our responsibility meet all students varied needs.

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Susan Poole

Executive Director of Learning and Innovation

It is abundantly clear that Calgary Academy strives to – and succeeds – in creating multiple avenues for learning to support student growth and success.

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Mike Ross

Assistant Principal – High School

One of the strengths of Calgary Academy is that this is a place where students can grow both personally and academically. I look forward to working closely with families to help students surpass their potential and give them the skills to be successful beyond Calgary Academy.

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Erin Ellis

Assistant Principal – Junior High

I believe that ‘kids do well if they can’ – Ross Greene. This has continually inspired my career and brought me back to Calgary Academy as this community truly values, supports and exemplifies this mantra.”

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Paula Chattha

Assistant Principal – Elementary

Calgary Academy is a place of life-long learning for both staff and students. Every year I look forward to work with different teams and being part of Professional Development to enhance my teaching.

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Charles Brodeur

Director of Assurance

“Empowering students to embrace opportunities in a time of rapid change guides Calgary Academy’s approach to innovative learning with traditional literacies and emerging competencies.”

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Sarah Hoag

Director of Learning Supports

“The fundamental pillars of school leadership are relationships; nothing substitutes for building and nurturing them.” – Joanne Rooney. I have spent my career at CA with this mantra at the forefront. When students and staff feel connected and supported, we have created the conditions for greatness.

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