The Jack Stuart School, built during the 1983-84 school year, was named after John Edwin "Jack" Stuart. A plaque with the following inscription hangs in the main foyer:
JOHN EDWIN STUART B. ED (1907-1973)
This school is dedicated in honour of "Jack" Stuart, B. ED, a distinguished educator, humanitarian, and citizen. From 1932-1973 he served in various teaching and administrative posts within the Camrose School District #1315 retiring from staff as Superintendent of Schools. Active in the community, he served on various committees in Camrose including the Board of Trade, Museum, Agricultural Society, Burgess School, Masonic Lodge, Rotary Club, and the United Church. In the role as educator, he guided and encouraged within students and teachers the principles of honesty, dignity , and scholarship. For him, education represented "the leading of human souls to what is best, and making what is best out of them".
(J.Ruskin) Board of Trustees, Camrose School District #1315."