St. Louis Living Arts School

A Small School with a Big Heart
St. Louis Living Arts School is a small school with a big heart and school community that feels like a family. This school has a long-standing history of academic excellence and an innovative approach to education. The new living arts programming offers unique experiences and opportunities for all ages that includes art and design, food arts, gardening and animal care, vocal and dramatic arts, instrumental music, traditional crafts, outdoor education, and much more.
Located in Keewatin, St. Louis Living Arts School thrives in the heart of this small community by actively engaging with its neighbours and families. St. Louis Church is just up the hill creating a close bond between students and the parish.

What Families Love

Faith-based education

Natural outdoor playground

Social Justice Club

Living Arts Programming

Community Workshops

Beekeeping Club

Research-based Math and Literacy assistance programming

Environmental Focus

Acclaimed school musicals and plays

Living Arts

At St. Louis our Living Arts programming offers unique experiences and opportunities for all ages. Our curriculum includes comprehensive and creative programming in art and design, food arts, gardening and animal care, vocal and dramatic arts, instrumental music, traditional crafts, outdoor education, and much more. Through our living arts programming students are taking part in experiential learning that at any moment can intersect with math, literacy, history, and a number of other subjects. This type of hands-on learning reinforces lessons taught in a classroom. 

We are also proud to offer many community workshops where the expertise and creativity of our talented community partners is put on display for our families to enjoy. Some workshops are offered to not only students but their entire family so that they may explore and create together. 

Strong Academic Support

With the smaller class sizes at St. Louis Living Arts School, our teachers are able to help guide children and their families along their educational pathway by better assessing their individual needs. Through responsive planning and research-based programming our staff can help a student receive extra support in math and literacy, the two most important building blocks of any education. Ongoing assessment ensures that students are accessing exactly what they need in order to reach their full academic potential. This one-on-one support is offered right from Kindergarten all the way through to Grade 6.

Rooted in Nature

Students at St. Louis School are learning about planting, animals, nature, photography, canning, beekeeping, composting and a wide variety of other topics from local community members through the school’s Down to Earth Nature Club. The club started in the spring of 2019, with sixty-two students signing up to be a part of it.

That excitement and enthusiasm for nature continues with gardening. Students take turns tending to our school's garden and harvesting the vegetables once they are ready. We are also proud to partner with the Homerun Community Gardens in Keewatin and often take field trips to learn more about the many vegetables and fruit growing in that community garden. 

St. Louis Living Arts School is a certified EcoSchool and has also been recognized as a Bee City School through Bee City Canada for creating a Pollinator Habitat at the school. In the fall of 2020, a Beekeeping program was introduced.

What Parents Have to Say

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