About

Stanley Park Senior Public School has been an important part of the local community since it was built in 1964.

Additional classrooms have been added over the years, providing an academic home for approximately 450 grade 7 and 8 students. Stanley Park also has three congregated classes for Developmental Education, Life Skills and Hearing and Vision Services students.

In addition to the core subjects taught in English, Stanley Park also has a French Immersion program. Also, students at Stanley Park have access to a Band and Strings program, a Technology Lab, and a variety of sports intramural activities. In recent years, students have had the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of sports teams, Leadership Club, Yearbook Club, GSA, and clubs for Yoga, Cooking, Art and many other areas of interest. It is a busy place!

Stanley Park prides itself on being a AAA school – Academics, Athletics and Arts.  We encourage all of our students to strive consistently to do their best in all three of these key areas.  This helps them to become well-rounded citizens of the school, as well as the world.

We are a scent-free school. Please avoid use of heavy perfumes and sprays.

Due to severe nut allergies at Stanley Park School, we ask all students to bring a peanut-free lunch.

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Daily Schedule

Time Period
8:30 am Student Entry
8:40 am Homeroom
8:47 am Period 1
9:35 am Period 2
10:23 am Nutrition Break
11:03am Period 3
11:51 am Period 4
12:39 pm Nutrition Break
1:19 pm Homeroom
1:24 pm Period 5
2:12 pm Period 6
3:00 pm Dismissal