Junior High 

CBe-learn students

  • not attending any other school

Course Fee 

  • $0 (No fee for CBE students)

CBE students

  • registered in another CBE School

Course Fee 

  • $0 (No fee for CBE students)

Out of Province / Jurisdiction

An out of province student is a Canadian Citizen who is not currently a resident of Alberta. An out of jurisdiction student is a student who is attached to any other school board other than the CBE.

Course Fee 

  • $65 for one course 
  • $130 for two courses 
  • $260 for full year access

Textbook Rental 

Textbooks are not rented to out-of-province students. Contact the CBe-learn registration team for more details.

Tests and Exams 

Students in Grade 10 or Grade 11 courses may be eligible to have their exams proctored at an alternative location, based on administrator and teacher approval. Students in Grade 12 must write their Diploma Exams in Alberta.

Registration Process 

To register an out-of-province student for any CBe-learn course, please contact Assistant Principal, Monti Tanner


Senior High  

CBe-learn students

  • Students under 20 who are not attending any other school

Course Fee 

  • $0 (No fee for CBE students)

A full-time student carries at least three online courses per semester. Fewer than three courses is considered part-time status.

CBE Students

  • Students who are registered in another CBE School

Course Fee 

  • $0 (No fee for CBE students)

Outside Students

Students under 20 who are attending any other non-CBE school (i.e. separate, private, charter)

Course Fee

  • $30 per credit
  • $30 for one credit course
  • $90 for three credit course
  • $150 for five credit course

These students may only take one CBe-learn online course at a time.

Students 20 and Over

(20 or older as of September 1)

Course Fee 

  • $480 per 5 credit course 
  • $295 per 3 credit course

Out of Province

Tuition Fee

  • Sr. High: $870 per course (including 3 credit or 5 credit)

Textbook Rental 

Textbooks are not rented to out-of-province students. Contact the CBe-learn registration team for more details.

Tests and Exams 

Students in Grade 10 or Grade 11 courses may be eligible to have their exams proctored at an alternative location, based on administrator and teacher approval. Students in Grade 12 must write their Diploma Exams in Alberta.

Registration Process 

To register an out-of-province student for any CBe-learn course, please contact Assistant Principal, Monti Tanner

International Students

An international student is not a Canadian Citizen who has traveled internationally to Calgary to complete High School.

Course Fees

  • $1,150 per 5 Credit Course
  • $690 per 3 Credit Course
  • International students registered concurrently with any other community CBE High School are not assessed International Fees by CBe-learn.
  • International students who are also attending Chinook Learning are also assessed fees by CBe-learn as well.
  • International students writing Diploma Exams are assessed a $50 fee from Alberta Education. This is payable directly to Alberta Education.

Fees

Junior High 

CBe-learn students

  • not attending any other school

Course Fee 

  • $0 (No fee for CBE students)

CBE students

  • registered in another CBE School

Course Fee 

  • $0 (No fee for CBE students)

Out of Province / Jurisdiction

An out of province student is a Canadian Citizen who is not currently a resident of Alberta. An out of jurisdiction student is a student who is attached to any other school board other than the CBE.

Course Fee 

  • $65 for one course 
  • $130 for two courses 
  • $260 for full year access

Textbook Rental 

Textbooks are not rented to out-of-province students. Contact the CBe-learn registration team for more details.

Tests and Exams 

Students in Grade 10 or Grade 11 courses may be eligible to have their exams proctored at an alternative location, based on administrator and teacher approval. Students in Grade 12 must write their Diploma Exams in Alberta.

Registration Process 

To register an out-of-province student for any CBe-learn course, please contact Assistant Principal, Monti Tanner


Senior High  

CBe-learn students

  • Students under 20 who are not attending any other school

Course Fee 

  • $0 (No fee for CBE students)

A full-time student carries at least three online courses per semester. Fewer than three courses is considered part-time status.

CBE Students

  • Students who are registered in another CBE School

Course Fee 

  • $0 (No fee for CBE students)

Outside Students

Students under 20 who are attending any other non-CBE school (i.e. separate, private, charter)

Course Fee

  • $30 per credit
  • $30 for one credit course
  • $90 for three credit course
  • $150 for five credit course

These students may only take one CBe-learn online course at a time.

Students 20 and Over

(20 or older as of September 1)

Course Fee 

  • $480 per 5 credit course 
  • $295 per 3 credit course

Out of Province

Tuition Fee

  • Sr. High: $870 per course (including 3 credit or 5 credit)

Textbook Rental 

Textbooks are not rented to out-of-province students. Contact the CBe-learn registration team for more details.

Tests and Exams 

Students in Grade 10 or Grade 11 courses may be eligible to have their exams proctored at an alternative location, based on administrator and teacher approval. Students in Grade 12 must write their Diploma Exams in Alberta.

Registration Process 

To register an out-of-province student for any CBe-learn course, please contact Assistant Principal, Monti Tanner

International Students

An international student is not a Canadian Citizen who has traveled internationally to Calgary to complete High School.

Course Fees

  • $1,150 per 5 Credit Course
  • $690 per 3 Credit Course
  • International students registered concurrently with any other community CBE High School are not assessed International Fees by CBe-learn.
  • International students who are also attending Chinook Learning are also assessed fees by CBe-learn as well.
  • International students writing Diploma Exams are assessed a $50 fee from Alberta Education. This is payable directly to Alberta Education.
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The Board of Trustees will reconvene on Thursday, Nov. 14 at 4 p.m. Watch for a report on the 2019-20 Budget Assumptions that will be available by noon tomorrow https://t.co/epdOfxurs1 #WeAreCBE #yycbe https://t.co/v7sYBMneRL