Bezanson School


Bezanson School provides a full range of educational services to approximately 150 students in Kindergarten through grade 9. Students are drawn from farms and acreages in a 10 to 15 km radius of the hamlet of Bezanson. Regular classes are single graded from Kindergarten to Grade 9, with some split-grade courses in Grades 4 to 9. . Bezanson School is an inclusive environment which offers speech language therapy, Early Literacy and counselling to meet individual needs. The school boasts an excellent academic program as well as an award winning physical education program and one of the best athletic programs in the area.

Students at the Junior High Level participate in various sports (Volleyball, Basketball, Badminton Track and Field, and X-country Running) against teams from other junior high schools in the Peace Wapiti School Division. Intramural’s or other sporting activities may include cross country skiing, elementary soccer, football, basketball, volleyball, badminton, and floor hockey. A ball/soccer league is sponsored by the school and supported by the Bezanson Ag. Society, takes place on evenings from late April to June.

The school website has newsletters and contact information posted. Find information about PWSD bussing including the short term rider form here.

High school students, grades 10-12, are bussed to Peace Wapiti Academy in Grande Prairie.

Peace Academy of Virtual Education is also available for students grades 4-12.

Play School Program is Monday and Wednesday Afternoons from 12:15 pm – 3:15 pm. Registrants must be 4 yrs or older by Dec 31. Contact is Pam Rintoul – 780-933-0964.


Booster Club

The purpose of the Bezanson School Booster Club is to enhance the educational, cultural and recreational opportunities available to the Bezanson School Community. The MSMC aims to support Bezanson School through fundraising. Previously we have secured enough funds to install a new sounds system with extra mikes for the gymnasium, purchase new basketball, volleyball and running club uniforms, a new projector and most recently, assisted in purchasing lounge furniture for the junior high wing in our new portables!

But we can’t do this without volunteers! We need parents to be a part of this group and help come up with innovative ways to raise the funds to continue to do this. We meet approximately 4 times a year.

Please consider joining us … we need your help!

Club President; Susan Morrison (BSBC) 780-814-5068


School Advisory Council

The Bezanson School Advisory Council is a group of parents, the principal, teachers and community representatives who work together to effectively support and enhance student learning in Bezanson School. They provide a method for members of the school community to consult with and offer advice to the principal and the school board.

Parents play a vital role in student success and can participate in decisions that impact student learning through school council. By contributing knowledge, perspective and ideas at school council meetings, parents are actively contributing to school community and school district success.

The Government of Alberta recognizes the value of parents and the community in the education of children, and by law requires school councils in every school operated by a school board in Alberta.

Bezanson School Advisory Council:

  • focuses on what is best for all students in the school
  • considers the interests of all school stakeholders
  • develops, maintains and reflects the culture of the school
  • represents the parent voice in the school community

If you are interested in participating in the Bezanson School Advisory Council, please contact principal Stephen Clark.