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Grades Taught



Welcome to Isabelle Sellon School


Isabelle Sellon School is located in the Municipality of Crowsnest Pass.  The beautiful Crowsnest Pass is comprised of the smaller communities of Hillcrest Mines, Bellevue, Frank, Blairmore and Coleman.  The Crowsnest Pass is located in the Southwest corner of Alberta, approximately 135 km west of Lethbridge, 220 km south of Calgary, and 80 km east of Fernie, British Columbia. 

If you would like more information about our school, please call us at 403-562-8816.


Mrs. M. Davidson

Principal's Message

Welcome to Isabelle Sellon School; a part of the Livingstone Range School Division.  Our school proudly serves students and their families from the five communities that make up the Municipality of the Crowsnest Pass.  Originally built as a High School in 1960, ISS is named for Miss Isabelle Sellon, a longtime educator in the Crowsnest Pass area.  Over the years, ISS has undergone several renovations and has provided sound educational experiences for a variety of grade levels.  Since September 2003, our student body has been comprised of students in Grades 4, 5 & 6.  

At Isabelle Sellon School our staff is motivated to provide meaningful, engaging and positive learning experiences for each of our students.  We believe that the stronger the relationship between our school and our community, the better prepared our students will be for their future.

Should you have any questions or concerns regarding Isabelle Sellon School, please call the school at 403–562-8816 for more information.


Mrs. M. Davidson - Principal

Mrs. M. Shackleford - Assistant Principal


The mission of Isabelle Sellon School is to complement the role of parents and community in providing educational experiences which will permit students to reach their potential and achieve a happy, productive, responsible life in our changing world.


We Believe:

  • in the inherent goodness of children
  • parents have the primary role in the education of their children - schools supplement that role
  •  the school will provide a positive learning environment
  • that meaningful communication between the school and the community must be fostered
  • education should strive to provide a vision of the future
  • all children must have an opportunity for success in education
  • children have the responsibility to respect the rights of others

We Value:

RESPECT - for ourselves, others and the learning and physical environment

INTEGRITY - honesty with ourselves and others, trust, fairness and sincerity

CITIZENSHIP - responsible and cooperative interactions

HEALTH - the well being of the whole person

LEARNING - for learning's sake