Rundle College Society is a private, coeducational, day school that was founded in 1985 by Dr. W. J. Collett and Dr. Rodney Conklin and provides an outstanding educational experience for over 1080 students in Kindergarten through Grade 12. In addition to high academic achievement, Rundle's programs emphasize character development, leadership training and good citizenship. Small class sizes, dedicated teachers who are committed to making a difference in the lives of individual children, and reasonable tuition with no bonds or membership fees, are attributes that uniquely define Rundle College Society.
Rundle reports to and is thoroughly inspected by Alberta Education and is a Registered Private School under Alberta's School Act and accountable to Alberta Education in delivering provincial curriculum. All of our teachers are certified by Alberta Education, have earned their degrees and some, their graduate degrees. We are proud of our faculty and staff professional development program and are confident that we have some of the finest teachers across Canada.
Rundle College Primary/Elementary (K-6) and Rundle College Jr. Sr. High (Grades 7-12) operate from the same campus. Rundle Academy (for students with a diagnosed learning disability; Grades 4-12) operates from a separate campus. Each program has it's own unique environment in a small school community where every child is encouraged and where all achievements are recognized and celebrated.
As members of Canadian Accredited Independent Schools, Rundle College Society meets the highest of National Standards in all aspects of program and operation. Our school is committed to providing an unmatched educational experience by continually improving every aspect of school life.
The excellence of Rundle College has been repeatedly recognized by independent organizations such as the Fraser Institute, that consistently ranks Rundle College as a top private school in Alberta.