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CBe-learn is located at Lord Shaughnessy School.

Flexibility and Personalization

Students at CBe-learn are offered a truly unique and personalized education experience. Whether taking one course to supplement their rigorous academic schedule or completing their entire high school education online, CBe-learn students have the flexibility and choices required to be successful CBE students.

CBe-learn delivers full online programming for senior high students. This means access to online courses is just the beginning of student success. They can access career and academic counselling, excellent digital resources and highly competent staff to helps ensure their success.

What it Takes to Succeed

Online learning is a new experience for many high school students. They will require a specific set of skills, including time management, self-advocacy to communicate with their teachers, comprehensive literacy and a strong commitment to working online on a consistent basis.

We're Here All Year

CBe-learn offers continuing registration throughout the school year. CBe-learn core academic courses will have a new cohort of students starting at least once a month, from September through March (with even more frequency in peak periods).

Weekly 1-credit and 3-credit courses will begin almost every Thursday during the May-to-September school year. With these flexible options, students are able to fit online learning into their full academic and extracurricular schedules.


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About Us

CBe-learn is located at Lord Shaughnessy School.

Flexibility and Personalization

Students at CBe-learn are offered a truly unique and personalized education experience. Whether taking one course to supplement their rigorous academic schedule or completing their entire high school education online, CBe-learn students have the flexibility and choices required to be successful CBE students.

CBe-learn delivers full online programming for senior high students. This means access to online courses is just the beginning of student success. They can access career and academic counselling, excellent digital resources and highly competent staff to helps ensure their success.

What it Takes to Succeed

Online learning is a new experience for many high school students. They will require a specific set of skills, including time management, self-advocacy to communicate with their teachers, comprehensive literacy and a strong commitment to working online on a consistent basis.

We're Here All Year

CBe-learn offers continuing registration throughout the school year. CBe-learn core academic courses will have a new cohort of students starting at least once a month, from September through March (with even more frequency in peak periods).

Weekly 1-credit and 3-credit courses will begin almost every Thursday during the May-to-September school year. With these flexible options, students are able to fit online learning into their full academic and extracurricular schedules.


Registration Dates





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​About the CBE

The CBE is the largest school district in Western Canada. Our mission is to ensure each student, in keeping with his or her individual abilities and gifts, completes high school with a foundation of learning necessary to thrive in life, work and continued learning. You can look on the CBE website for more information. ​​

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