Strathmore Real Estate
Strathmore, Alberta is a town located 40 kilometres east of the City of Calgary. Strathmore has a population of over 13,000 residents. Home buyers choose Strathmore for the small town feel and more buying options, as home prices are more competative than the Calgary real estate market. See a list if current homes for sale in Strathmore below.
Strathmore Community Information
The Centennial Aquatic Centre
The Centennial Aquatic Centre is a full service facility open to resident, their families and friends. It offers a healthy environment for aquatic recreation, fitness and fun. Swimming classes, led by qualified instructors, are offered all year.
Strathmore Family Centre
The Strathmore Family Centre the destination for ice sports in the winter including hockey, ringette, and figure skating. During the summer the facility is utilized for indoor lacrosse, ball hockey and roller hockey.
Strathmore Motor Products Sports Centre
The Strathmore Motor Products Sports Centre currently under construction will be a fieldhouse which will provide needed indoor, year round multigenerational recreation facilities for residents and organized sports groups from Wheatland County and Strathmore to use.
Strathmore Centennial Civic Centre
The Strathmore Centennial Civic Centre is an extremely versatile building that is available for a wide array of events and activities.
Strathmore Curling Rink
The Strathmore Curling Rink is operated by the Strathmore Curling Club and houses 4 sheets of ice, viewing area, a licensed lounge, and is home to the Strathmore Elks Club.
Strathmore is part of the Golden Hills School Division.
Strathmore has three elementary schools (Wheatland, Westmount, and Brentwood), one junior high school (Crowther Memorial Junior High School), one high school (Strathmore High School) and a Catholic School providing Kindergarten through grade 6 (Sacred Heart Academy) as well as a grade 7 to 12 Catholic school (Holy Cross Collegiate).
Strathmore was the home of Covenant Bible College Canada. The CBC-C campus relocated in 1995 from its prior home in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. In Covenant Bible College, students took a course in religious studies. It was closed in 2007 due to dropping student enrollment and other fiscal problems. The former CBC campus was sold for $5.5 million to another Christian organization, EnCharis.
In September 2008, Trinity Christian Academy opened at the former Covenant Bible College property. Trinity Christian is a Christian school providing Kindergarten through grade 9 and is publicly funded