Student Life

What is a typical student at Asasa like?

Our student is fully involved in the world in many possible ways. He has a strong sense of discipline to ensure his maximum academic potential is reached. We provide the atmosphere of learning and growth. The student is ahead of his or her peers in other schools in core subject areas such as Mathematics and English.

The biggest asset of our student is his personality. He is confident when speaking, respects opinions of others, develops ability to synthesize information and welcomes learning. He is well versed in world cultures, celebrates diversity, retains his unique identity and is eager to contribute to society.

Our student looks forward to each and every day at Academy. He is physically fit, mentally sharp, emotionally stable and studies in an atmosphere free of bullying.

Cultivating Discipline and Respect Inside and Outside the Classroom

We develop discipline in our students by having a daily school assembly. The students must stand in a coordinated fashion and display physical discipline. Following rules and regulations in organized sports also conveys the importance of discipline to our pupils. Day to day discipline is instilled through daily homework that must be completed each day. The homework is marked by the teacher and areas needing improvement are addressed. Discipline is a core competency required for success in any area of a person's life. Our students are shining examples of intellectual and physical discipline.

Respect is a key principle of Asasa Learning School. Students are taught to respect themselves first and foremost. This is done through teaching students that they must hold themselves to higher standards. We strongly believe that a student who holds respect for herself will also respect her teachers, parents, peers and people in general. Respect is part of our daily curriculum. Teachers enforce this concept through day to day interaction with and within students. Rude and inappropriate behaviour is completely inappropriate at our school, and it is our hope that this is carried into the home and towards the future.

Role of Ethics in Student Life

We live in an increasingly multicultural world. It is important for our young generation to be familiar with ethics and the role they play in our daily lives. All the world's greatest religions and cultures share some basic ethics that lead to a good life.

Expected Behaviour of Students

Telling the truth
Respecting difference of opinion
Always seek to be helpful to others
Take personal responsibility for their educational success
Engage in debate with an open mind
Respect the values of each person while enjoying freedom of personal belief
Follow the laws and customs of Canada

How Asasa School Develops Ethics

Our teachers are role models, and students learn from their surroundings
We celebrate all cultural festivals equally at our school
Our school recognizes team work and ethical behaviour and rewards it with official recognition
We have developed our school curriculum to include instruction on ethics and behaviour

Personal and Social Leadership, at School and at Home

Leadership starts at a personal level. We develop leadership skills in our students by enabling them to take charge of their education. A leader assumes accountability. Our students, therefore, take personal responsibility for their studies and personal behaviour. As students enter higher grades, group activities teach students to work together to accomplish a task. Each group is spearheaded by a student, who is learning the ropes of leadership that will continue to serve him throughout his life.

We develop leadership skills in students by improving areas of anticipation, future planning, innovation and communication. At a personal level students anticipate things such as daily homework, examinations, sports competitions. At a higher level, student assignments include topics that discuss the future of our society. Our students are encouraged to research alternative energy sources, develop innovative economic models of sustainability, improve healthcare delivery and engage in political research for their assignments.


Northmount Campus

599 Northmount Dr NW Calgary AB T2K 3J6
T (403) 285 5677 F (403) 457 5289

Pinetown Campus

119 Pinetown Place NE Calgary AB T1Y 5J1
T (403) 285 9277 F (403) 457 5289


My son loves Ms. Sooch! If my child is happy I'm happy. He went to this school when it was new. Everyone was sweet and thoughtful. I remember one day he puked and they changed him and called my husband. Next day someone from staff called to ask how he was doing. I was content sending my child there. Good year for a good price.
Sumbal Masood
My baby daughter goes to Asasa school. She learned how to count and learned letters in few months. She is very excited every morning to go to school she loves wearing her uniform. She loves her teachers. Small class size excellent school and very professional staff.
Debbie Rayos
I have two children that attend Asasa School in the JK and K program for the 2012/2013 school year, and am very pleased with the teachers, administration staff, before and after school care providers, and the students that attend the school. The school atmosphere is very positive and everyone is treated with care and respect, and because of the small size there is a high level of parent/ teacher interaction. I look forward to continuing my children's education at this school.
Krissy Allard
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