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Carseland School holds a close partnership with the Busy Bee Pre-School. The Busy Bee Preschool operates out of our building and often joins our student body for school events. Busy Bee website can be found at the following link


Carseland School offers a full-time kindergarten program. Our kindergarten program strives to offer a quality education that promotes enjoyment and a love for school.


Natural spaces have shown to improve mental well-being, self-esteem, and decrease stress for young people. The outdoor classroom space and Nature Connection program at Carseland School focuses on:

• Cognitive development (using authentic and engaging experiences)

• Promoting happier and healthier minds

• Providing a calming environment

• Teaching self-regulation and resiliency skills

• Respectfully weaving Indigenous worldviews

• Encouraging curiosity and creativity


In partnership with Speargrass Golf Course, Carseland School offers a program where students in grade 3-6 have the opportunity to participate in golf lessons twice a week. The program consists of 24 golf sessions, 12 in the Fall and 12 in the Spring. Students get to learn the skills of golf and practice on the beautiful Speargrass golf course.


Roots of Empathy is an international, evidence-based classroom program that has shown a significant effect in reducing levels of aggression among school children by raising social/emotional competence and increasing empathy. A trained Roots of Empathy instructor coaches students to observe the baby’s development and to label the baby’s feelings. In this experiential learning, the baby is the teacher and a lever, which the instructor uses to help children identify and reflect on their own feelings and the feelings of others.