Les Redick

Teacher – Curriculum Specialist/Outdoor Education Leader/Medic & Research Scholar/Presenter.

B.Sc., B.Ed., M.Ed.


Les Redick is an award-winning Alberta Education teacher who joined our team at North Point in 2017.  He is a native Calgarian with over thirty years combined teaching and learning success working in a private school setting.  Les is a Junior/Senior-high core curriculum specialist, certified Outdoor Educational leader, and wilderness medic, as well as an ADHD research scholar and international speaker.

Les received his B.Ed from the University of Calgary before attaining Math Curriculum and Counseling bona fides.  He later earned a Master’s of Education in Educational Research with a focus on ADHD and Resiliency.  And, for the past decade, Les has educated parents, educators, and other working professionals in the following areas; Connecting with Kids, Classroom Management, The Science of ADHD, Executive Brain Functions, and Mentoring ADHD Students.

Mr. Redick is a perfect fit with our North Point focus on outdoor education and active living.  He has led students in Grades 7 to 12 on backcountry adventures for over twenty-five years and continues to bring his passion, experience, and expertise in sharing the outdoors with his students.  Of note, was when Les led many groups of outdoor education students to Utah to participate in canyoneering, rock climbing, mountain biking, and backcountry hiking.

Les has been married for over thirty years and has two adult children who graduated from the University of Calgary.