Summit Wellness

Summit Wellness

Welcome to our Wellness and Well-being section, a cornerstone of our school's pillars. Here, we are dedicated to fostering an environment where every member of our community can thrive, both mentally and physically. Below, you will discover a wealth of resources and information about our year-round wellness sessions, designed to support and enhance the well-being of our students and staff.

Our annual highlight, the Wellness Summit held every March, brings our community together to explore and discuss topics that matter most to our students—many of which are suggested by the students themselves. This event is a testament to our commitment to listening and responding to the needs of our community.

In addition to detailed information about our wellness initiatives, you will find videos from past sessions, offering insights and strategies to enrich your own well-being journey.

Dive into our resources, and join us in building a healthier, more resilient community.

Wellness on Record! All from Summit Trials Wellness Summit

These videos were recorded during some of our wellness sessions.  Check out these great topics, students! I would encourage you to watch those topics of interest.  The wealth of knowledge and learning is vast.  

ADHD and Me - From High School to Adulthood

Bob is a former NHL hockey player, and President of I Got Mind. His company has been helping athletes learn to develop the skills to manage the obstacles of becoming elite. His story is both tragic and heartwarming. If you have big goals, a great skill set is required both mentally and emotionally. Bob's presentations provide insight and concepts that can help you develop the skillset required to achieve your dreams.


Rilee ManyBears, "Running Buffalo - Iinomaahka," is a long-distance runner from the Siksika Nation, part of the Blackfoot Confederacy in Treaty 7. Rilee shares his story of true resilience and how he overcame many obstacles in his life. Strong-minded, determined and wise beyond his years.

Mackenzie Smith, a 3rd year student at the University of Calgary, speaks with Summit Trails Principal David Smith about her experiences on university life, AI in the classroom, deciding on a major/minor, and more.

Nathan Moore, RCMP officer of more than 20 years, answers questions related to the job.

Perfectionism can be a distressing issue that many people face every day. Nolan Peters discusses perfectionism, the feeling of never being good enough, and how to break free of both.

Jossalyn McConnell leads a thoughtful discussion on how to support something with mental illness.

CW/TW: topics include depression, anxiety, self-harm, thoughts of suicide, and other mental health concerns.

Nolan Peters educates students on the topic of imposter syndrome.

Tori Van Bavel shows students that the setup of your workspace can affect your focus and success.

Rhonda Anderson educates students on coping strategies for situations where the outcome is not guaranteed.

Katie explains what substance abuse is and how to keep yourself healthy.

Ahmed Ali educates students on how important it is to challenge your perspectives and focus on having a growth mindset.

Land Acknowledgment

Rocky View Schools would like to acknowledge the land and recognize all the Indigenous Peoples whose footprints have marked these lands from time immemorial. Together, we can learn and honour the Ways of Knowing of Indigenous Peoples for all future generations.