Reduce Your Footprint

Strathcona County is teaming up again this year with Progressive Waste Solutions for the Waste Reduction Week Shoe Drive October 15-19, 2018. You can donate your old shoes by bringing them into the office. Shoes can be in any state of wear and must be tied together or bound together with elastics. Students will receive an entry for a chance to win prizes with each shoe donation!


The 2018-2019 yearbooks can now be ordered through PowerSchool! The cost is $43.00 each.

Last year's yearbook is now available for pick up in the Lower Library, if you had previously purchased one.

Clothing Drive for an Inner City Jr. High School

If you have any gently used, clean clothes (including coats, mitts, hats, scarves, boots and shoes) to donate to Jr. High students in need, please bring them to the Yoga Room (room 143).

Your support is greatly appreciated!

2018-2019 School Year Information

School Fees

Fee statements will be available to parents/guardians mid-September through PowerSchool Parent Portal. If you have not already created your PowerSchool Parent Portal account, or require assistance with your online account, please contact the school.

Throughout the school year, please monitor your online account as revisions to your child's courses, field trips, athletics, etc. may change amounts owing. All school fees are due 30 days after being applied to your account.

School Supplies

Students should arrive with binders, lined paper, pens, HB pencils, erasers and a calculator (TI 84+, TI 84+CE, or equivalent Alberta Education approved calculator). Teachers will advise students of specific items needed for their classes.

Student Transportation

All families using EIPS Student Transportation services for the 2018-19 school year have received a tentative route schedule and the applicable transportation fees. The simplest way to pay transportation fees is online by logging into the Powerschool Parent Portal. Bus passes and updated route information are mailed to families in August.

Please direct all transportation inquiries to Student Transportation at 780-417-8151 or

CASL - Email from School

Salisbury Composite High School and Elk Island Public Schools (EIPS) appreciate the opportunity to stay connected with parents and one of the ways in which we do so is through email. To continue receiving important school and EIPS information via email, please visit the email. To continue receiving important school and EIPS information via email, please visit the CASL section on the Salisbury website and choose "subscribe" if you have not done so already:

2019 Grad

Click the image to be directed to the Grad Info page.


2018-19 Student Parking Registration

A reminder to students that you cannot park in EIPS or Salisbury Staff Parking at any time during the day.  We have staff who work part time and their parking spots must stay available for their use. Strathcona County bylaw officers will be informed of cars in the staff parking spots and those car drivers will be ticketed. Please remember that more students will be driving during April, May and June.


All students must register their vehicles. Please remember NOT to park in Staff Parking which is all of the beige rails. Thank you.


2017-2018 EIPS Parent Survey Results Report

2017-18 EIPS Parent Survey Results Report 

The results are now available for the 2017-18 EIPS Parent Survey conducted in March. Thank you to all families who took the time to share their feedback with the Division. The survey included 20 questions related to the three priorities outlined in the EIPS 2015-2018 Three-Year Education Plan:

  • Priority 1: Promote growth and success for all students
  • Priority 2: Enhance high quality learning and working environments
  • Priority 3: Enhance public education through effective engagement, partnerships and communication

The overall Division results represent 2,918 responses from parents and guardians across EIPS. This was an increase in responses from 2,678 in the previous year.

The survey results for Salisbury Composite High School have helped us identify the following areas of strength and opportunities for growth.

Areas of strength:

  • Open and honest communication
  • Staff care about the students
  • The School is safe
  • Growth in numeracy
  • Students are encourage to do their best

Opportunities for growth:

  • Students have the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to be successful in life.
  • Students have an understanding of First Nations, Metis and Inuit culture and history.

The feedback gathered will help our school and the Division measure its progress toward meeting the priorities and goals outlined in the EIPS 2015-2018 Three-Year Education Plan and develop strategies to better serve students and the wider community moving forward. 

Parent Survey Results: Division 
Parent Survey Results:  Salisbury Composite High School 

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Salisbury's Artist of the Week for beautiful artwork done by our students.

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