About Our School
École Edward Schreyer School (ÉESS) has a student population of approximately 670 students divided into Middle Years (grade 6 to 8) and Senior Years (grade 9 to 12). We are a dual track school (English & French Immersion), which offers many opportunities to our students beyond the basic core subjects.
September 22, 1961 was the official opening of the Beausejour Secondary School, later called the Beausejour Collegiate Institute and then the Beausejour Senior School. In 1979, it was renamed Edward Schreyer School in honour of a former student and teacher, the honorable Edward Schreyer.
In 2009, our school name was changed to its current name École Edward Schreyer School.
Our school offers many unique classes such as a Symphony Orchestra, Curling Academy, Apprenticeship, Industrial Arts, Home Economics, Technology, Business Education and Special Education and more.
Our Mission is to provide outstanding learning experiences, one learner at a time.
- Preparing students for the next step beyond school and creating lifelong learners.
- Creating classroom experience in an environment of mutual respect, honesty and fairness.
- Providing high quality activities both in and out of the classroom.
Our school is a "Scent Reduced" environment. Safety is a concern for all within our school environment and there can be chemicals in fragrances and related products that can cause health issues to individuals in occupational settings.
Information about scent reduced environments can be found on the attached document.