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Welcome to Dr. Margaret-Ann Armour School, a Kindergarten to Grade 9 School serving students who reside in the neighbourhoods of Ambleside and Glenridding Heights in southwest Edmonton.

Visit our Registration page for information about registering for the 2021-22 school year, including the lottery process for new students coming into the school. The lottery process means that not all students residing in our attendance area are able to attend our school. 

Please note that, at this time, we do not have space for ANY new students entering Kindergarten to Grade 9 in September. Students who move into our designated attendance area are guaranteed a space at McKee School (elementary) or Vernon Barford School (junior high).  Email us at margaretannarmour@epsb.ca if you wish to be placed on the call back list for spaces that open up before September 30.

Office Hours

Our office is closed for the summer until August 18. We will re-open at 9:00 AM on August 19.  

Our regular hours (September through June) are 8:30 am to 4:00 pm and our phone number is 587-489-4704. You might have to leave a message, but we will get back to you as quickly as we can.

Email Addresses

The best way to reach us is by email at margaretannarmour@epsb.ca. You can also email:

  • Celia Kim, Assistant Principal, if your child is entering Kindergarten to Grade 3
  • Jennifer Kozak, Assistant Principal, if your child is entering Grades 4 to 6
  • Kerri Moriyama, Assistant Principal, if your child is entering Grades 7 to 9
  • Jody Lundell, Principal, for general inquiries

DMAA on Social Media

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Our school namesake passed away on Saturday, May 25, 2019.  

Shining Armour - The Margaret-Ann Armour Story premiered on Facebook on Thursday, June 4.  This film was presented by As It Happened Productions and Dr. Annemieke Farenhorst, NSERC Chair for Women in Science and Engineering (Prairie) to commemorate Dr. Margaret-Ann Armour and her contribution to science, learning and mentorship.  It was an honour to be included in this documentary and reflect on Dr. Armour’s message of inclusion, diversity and mentorship which is so relevant during these times. Read more about Dr. Armour woman here and on our School Profile page.



Principal's Message

‌‌Dr. Margaret-Ann Armour School was named for a distinguished chemist who served as the Associate Dean of Diversity for the Faculty of Science at the University of Alberta until her death on Saturday, May 25, 2019

Dr. Armour was a passionate scientist and educator who never missed an opportunity to talk about the importance of curiosity, asking questions, and making the world a better place. Visit our School Profile page to learn more about our school's namesake.

At Dr. Margaret-Ann Armour School, we are committed to nurturing a natural curiosity and joy of learning in all children and young people as they discover and develop their unique gifts. 

The future belongs to the curious. The ones who are not afraid to try it, explore it, poke at it, question it and turn it inside out.   ~Anonymous