Public school students in the area attend the MacEwan Glen elementary, Simon Fraser junior high, and Queen Elizabeth senior high school. Catholic school students are well accounted for at Monsignor N. Anderson elementary, St. Helena junior high, and Notre Dame senior high school.
With the city’s pathway system combined with the proximity MacEwan Glen has to Nose Hill Park, the community is a favourite among those who are seeking a green neighbourhood. MacEwan Glen provides its’ residents access to not only all of this green space but to many commercial opportunities as well with several supermarkets among other businesses located in neighbouring communities.
Calgary Transit has over a dozen stops within the inner grid of MacEwan Glen which allows residents to travel to anywhere they want to within the city.
MacEwan Glen is merely a short walk away from being caught in between idyllic nature and the intricate pathway system that Calgary offers. For those looking to make it out to the downtown area, it’s no more than a ten minute drive to reach some of the city’s premier urban nightlife and culinary delights. MacEwan Glen is home to a diverse community of residents who appreciate the green space that the city has to offer and that values a quiet home away from the more populated areas of Calgary. MacEwan Glen never fails to impress.Internal server error. Crash reporter has reported this crash to the system administrator.