Stacey Bjornson


BBA, B. Ed.

With a decade of work experience in the hospitality industry and a Bachelor of Business Administration degree under her belt, Stacey decided to pursue another of her passions—educating.

After completing her Bachelor of Education degree at the University of Calgary in 2018, Stacey hit the ground running, teaching grades one and four in a Calgary Board of Education Science Program. Here, she revelled in the facilitation of exploration and learning in the natural world. As an Educator, Stacey believes strongly in a hands-on, land-based and experiential learning approach and follows a relationship first philosophy.

Stacey partially credits her childhood experience of growing up in rural Alberta for her curiosity and love of nature, as well as summers in the Kootenays camping and adventuring with her family. A proud member of the Métis Nation of Alberta, she loves learning about the vibrant culture of her ancestors. From a young age she was also influenced by her parents, who both have social work backgrounds.

Stacey is passionate about exploration in her down-time, too. When she isn’t working, she is camping, fishing, walking her boisterous dogs Obie and Russ, snowboarding, hiking, snowmobiling, or partaking in any number of other outdoor activities. Her husband, Jay, is a trained geologist and rock enthusiast—and her many adventures with him teach her more about the way boys learn every day.

Stacey is excited to start her career at North Point School for Boys and can’t wait to be part of the adventures that ensue!