Today's School for Tomorrow's World.....

High achievement always takes place in a framework of high expectation.....

Glenburnie - A Home for the Mind and the Heart.....

Educating the Whole Child through Academics, Arts, Athletics and Citizenship.....

Empowering Students: Me to We Day.....


The Glenburnie Education – Key Points

At Glenburnie our primary objective is to effectively prepare our students with the wisdom and the 21st Century tools to meet the challenges in an increasingly competitive and changing world.

Glenburnie provides an exceptional and enriched foundation of academic concepts and skills which meet and in many cases exceed the Ontario Ministry of Education’s Guidelines.

Glenburnie welcomes students who function from the average, to gifted levels and whose behaviours are not disruptive to the learning of others. Students are expected to achieve at their personal ...

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From the Blog

  • Glenburnie School’s Terry Fox Run

    October 23rd, 2014 by Linda Sweet

    Since 2008, Glenburnie School has participated in the annual Terry Fox Run.  Each ...

  • A Rock, A Tree, Or A Star!

    October 3rd, 2014 by Linda Sweet

    How does one cope, whether a student or a parent, with the disappointment of not ...

  • Principal’s October Message

    October 1st, 2014 by Melissa Meevis

    We have enjoyed a fabulous start to the new school year!  As I take my daily walk ...

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Upcoming Events

• Open House: Saturday, October 25, 9:30 to 1:30

We Scare Hunger Food Drive: Oct 27- Nov. 3

Performing Arts Challenge: Nov 22: Download Registration Form 

• No School: Nov. 7 & 10

Did You Know?

The July/August, 2013 Costco Connection magazine featured an article written by Mrs. Sweet regarding the importance of teaching cursive writing in schools. http://bit.ly/1dPduFB