Wolfville School

19 Acadia Street
Wolfville, NS. B4P 1K8

Elementary: (902) 542-6055
Middle Level: (902) 542-6050
Fax: (902) 542-6056

True Colors

Mr.Moore and his grade 8's- great work on this one!

Welcome to Wolfville School


Current News and Announcements
  • We're Heading To St. Louis!

    Wolfville School's Lego robotics team, Robo Lobo Wired, are headed to St. Louis for the FIRST Lego League (FLL) World Festival!


    Robo Lobo Wired is heading to Missouri in April! Thanks to a Lego Foundation invitation and travel bursary, Wolfville School's FIRST Lego League (FLL) team is going to the World Festival of FLL robotics!!!! Provincial champions Royal Robots from Annapolis West Education Centre will be going too. Robo Lobo Wired was the top NS team of those who received a Lego Foundation grant this past year. You can see their robot in action at the Science Fair on Thurs, Mar 5 (1-3 pm, 6-7 pm). Please consider supporting the team by making a donation at the school OR online at www.wolfvillerobotics.myevent.com Another option is to have your business sponsor the team with your business logo on the team's T-shirt: contact Neil Burgess (nburgess01@gmail.com or 542-2039).  Stay tuned for more opportunities to support the team!

  • March 6, 2015 - FULL Day of School

    THE EARLY DISMISSAL PLANNED FOR Friday, March 6 has been CANCELLED.  Regular school day at Wolfville School.

  • PRIMARY REGISTRATION - March 30, 2015

    Primary registration for September 2015 will take place March 30th. 

    If your child turns five by December 31st, 2015, please call the school office at 902-542-6055 to register your child.



  • February 23, 2015 - Meningitis Information

    Dear Families,  

    Many of you would have heard in the news that Acadia has been dealing with two cases of bacterial meningitis at the University.  One of the cases resulted in a tragic loss of one of their students.  Our thoughts are with them at this most difficult time. Public Health, with the assistance of Acadia University, is continuing efforts to ensure the well being of the campus community.

    Dr. Robert Strang, Acting Regional Medical Officer of Health in the attached letter says, "This illness is not spread through the air, environmental surfaces or casual exposure such as sitting next to someone, taking a class with someone, working out in the same gym or simply being on Acadia Campus. Therefore, activities on Acadia campus will continue as normal and there is no reason for community members to avoid the campus." 
    Wolfville School will continue to function as per usual in regards to programs at Acadia and involving Acadia students.  Students will continue to participate in the SMILE program, enrichment at Acadia and student volunteers are still present and welcome in our School.
    Steve Keddy, Principal

  • Annapolis Valley Regional School Board - CAREER EXPO

    Interested in a career that supports students? Come to our Career Expo for information on upcoming casual/spare/permanent opportunities for:

    • Educational Assistants
    • Janitors
    • Bus Drivers


    February 23, 2015

    6:00 p.m.

    Avon View High School

    225 Payzant Drive, Windsor

    March 4, 2015

    4:00 p.m.

    Lawrencetown Consolidated School

    10 Middle Road, Lawrencetown


    At the Career Expo, you’ll have the chance to…

    • Meet with AVRSB Human Resources staff in person
    • Learn about opportunities that match your skills and interests
    • Find out how to apply online

    For more information, visit www.avrsb.ca or contact 902-538-4739 (Toll Free 1-800-850-3887)

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Documents and Forms    Parent-Teacher Visitation Schedule March 12 & 13, 2015
   Student Registration Form


Wolfville School welcomes students from Primary to grade eight to the historic Town of Wolfville in the Annapolis Valley of Nova Scotia. Located in the centre of town, within walking distance of both residential and shopping areas, Wolfville School is home to an Elementary (primary-grade 5) and a Middle Level (grades 6-8). Students graduating from grade 8 go to Horton High School in nearby Greenwich, NS.