History of St. Benedict School
Notre Dame School in the South Park subdivision was the first Catholic Elementary School in Leduc and it proved to be a popular alternative to the Public School for Catholic parents. Because a second school was soon needed, St. Benedict School was built and officially opened in 1983. Each year one grade was added to St. Benedict until the school reached a full complement of classes from kindergarten to Grade 12.
Two grade 12 classes graduated from the St. Benedict School before the new Christ the King Junior/Senior High School opened its doors in 1990. St. Benedict School was known in the community as a school that lived its Catholic principles.
Parents are welcome to join us at any time for any of our Celebrations. They will be held in the school gymnasium unless otherwise noted.
St. Michael’s Parish
St. Benedict School has a strong connection to St. Michael’s Parish in Leduc. Students attend mass once a year at the parish, participate in youth ministry programs, and prepare for the sacraments with Father Silvichen Dominic and the parish staff.
For more information on receiving any of the sacraments, please click on the St. Michael’s link below.
5105 45A Street, Leduc, AB T9E 5X1
Pastor: Fr. Silvichen Dominic
Pastoral Assistant: Jeanne McKay-Rowan
Regular Mass Times:
Saturday 5:00 pm
Sunday 9:00 am
Sunday 11:00 am