|About||Asasa Academy is a Calgary private school that prides itself on creating a supportive, respectful, and nurturing environment for students.|
Asasa Academy is a Calgary private school that prides itself on creating a supportive, respectful, and nurturing environment for students. Our students love to learn, and we are committed to helping them explore and achieve success in university and beyond. Our private school in Calgary goes above and beyond teaching; we are passionate about developing outstanding, well-rounded personalities. We exist to shape a student who is the benchmark in our society. We are not just providing education for today, but inspiring a passion for learning in our students for their entire lifetime.
As a distinguished private school, Asasa Academy educates children from Junior Kindergarten through elementary school. Our students thrive in an atmosphere that fosters respect, local and personal awareness, and is free from bullying. We are dedicated to preparing our students for the next step in their education, and we achieve this through high academic standards, and a disciplined approach towards sustaining a passion for learning and developing strong personal skills. A student who has a well-balanced personality is more likely to succeed in life. We believe a student who is successful in school will be happier and motivated to continue towards higher education. Our goal is to provide all means at our disposal to ensure success of each and every student attending Asasa Academy. Our Calgary private school offers small class sizes that average 15 students, to make sure students get the attention and support they need from the teacher.
Our Calgary elementary school academic programs include opportunities to enhance both the body and the mind. In our martial arts class we teach students the art of self-defence, fine control of body movements, injury prevention and adopting a healthy lifestyle for the rest of their lives. In addition, students participate in daily physical activity that strives to meet or exceed the guidelines set out by Health Canada. In addition, students from Kinderg